UCB Short Track Speed Skating Club

Welcome to UCB Short Track Speed Skating Club

UCB Speedskating Club is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, volunteer-run, non-profit organization that promotes the sport of short track speedskating in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.

Ethical leadership, excellence in coaching, supportive community and promotion of the sport are the foundations of this club.

Our Head Coach is Hyun Jung Lee. Her training methods and personal care for each skater have proven results in the physical fitness, sportsmanship and racing performance of our skaters. Coach Lee is the longest-serving coach in the Washington, DC area and is highly regarded by skaters and coaches around the country. She is one of a handful of US Speedskating-certified Level 3 coaches.

We welcome skaters of all ages and abilities. If you’re new to the sport, try our Learn-to-Speedskate program. Skaters from clubs from anywhere in the US are welcome to skate with us if you’re in town or to join our summer and winter training camps.

For more information contact us by email or phone/voice/text – capitalspeedskating@gmail.com; 301-979-9456.


UCB 2017 Winter Training Camp is coming!

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December 27-31

Prince William Ice Center – Woodbridge, Virginia

 Contact us for the camp registration packet – capitalspeedskating@gmail.com


UCB’s Conor McDermott-Mostowy and Gabriella Hachem Named to US Speedskating’s 2016-17 Short Track Junior Development Team

 

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Developmental Coach of the Year 2014 – Short Track Speed Skating

coach300UCB’s Coach Hyun Jung Lee is recognized by US Speedskating, the national governing body for the sport of speed skating in the US, for her coaching dedication. Her expertise is in short track speedskating, developing skaters to be their best on and off the ice.

This honor is a tremendous affirmation of Coach Lee’s commitment to coaching excellence which she has demonstrated since 1994. Coach Lee works with skaters from their first days in skates to national championships. Her focus is on helping skaters achieve their goals, no matter their ability or age – beginner to advanced, 5 years old to 55 years old and up. Her skaters are competitive at every competition they attend.

Established by the US Olympic Committee in 1996, the Developmental Coach of the Year is annually awarded to a coach who is directly responsible for training athletes to reach the junior and/or elite level.