TISC Skaters on the Podium at the Montreal 24 Hour Relay Race

August 31, 2015

A dozen TISC members joined hundreds of other skaters in Montreal to skate at the Montreal 24 Hour Relay. The event, featuring 6-hour, 12-hour, and 24-hour relay races, allows for teams of up to 10 skaters to skate a relay race on the 4.2km Formula One race track, which is closed off to traffic for the event.

C Is For Cookie Claims Silver in the 12-Hour

“C Is For Cookie” was an all-women’s team, featuring TISC’s Morgane Echardour and Candy Wong as well as two other skaters. The four girls placed 2nd overall in the 12-hour relay.


The foursome skated 6 hours on day-1 completing about 175km’s from 1pm to 7pm. The 12-hours resumed at 7am on day 2, and the girls once again completed about 185km’s to claim second overall. What makes this result special for this team is the skaters were competing with teams with 10 skaters!


Strong 3rd Place for Toronto Inline Skating Club

Toronto Inline Skating Club, an entry composed of current and ex-TISC members, ended up finishing 3rd overall in the 24 hour, coming in with 790km’s. The team suffered important set-backs in the first 12 hours of the race, being lapped multiple times by the leading teams and being given a 2-lap (8km) penalty for a race infraction.


Despite being 6 laps down on the 2nd place team at 2:30am on day 2, Peter Doucet led the come-back charge by hooking up with the Rockets- eventual race winners, pushing the team to unlap themselves from the 2nd place Optimal/ Gadbois team. The TISC squad saw clutch performances by all members- Marco & Leo Frusteri, Adrian & Alex Rudy, Daniel Meza, Morgan Williams, Georg Nikodym, Andres Medina, Camilo Echeverri, and Peter Doucet. The team closed the gap to the 2nd place team down to 1 1/2 laps, with each lap taking roughly 7 1/2 minutes to complete.


The City of Toronto is now accepting nominations for the Toronto Sports Hall of Honour

August 21, 2015

The City of Toronto is now accepting nominations for the Toronto Sports Hall of Honour. These awards will celebrate exceptional sport contributions and accomplishments in the City of Toronto. Get the nominations forms here and submit today!

Sk8Skool’s Sutton Atkins Delivers Technical Workshop

August 19, 2015

This past Monday, TISC members & guests were treated to a workshop from Sk8Skool’s Sutton Atkins. Atkins demonstrated and ran participants through technical & tactical drills.

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6pm Start for Tomorrow’s Practice due to Sutton Atkins Workshop

August 16, 2015

Hey TISC- this is a reminder that tomorrow’s practice starts at 6pm for the workshop with Sutton Atkins @ Father Redmond 400m track. Please be ready to skate at 6pm.

August 10 2015 Practice Cancelled due to Rain & Thunderstorms

August 10, 2015

This evening’s program (skating practice) is cancelled. It is currently raining in Toronto and the weather forecast calls for rain & possible thunderstorms.

Pictures- 2015-07- TISC @ Pan Am Games Rehearsal Race

August 6, 2015

Click for the album: 2015-07- TISC @ Pan Am Games

Workshop with European Coach Sutton Atkins @ TISC: August 17th

July 27, 2015

The Toronto Inline Skating Club is excited to host guest coach Sutton Atkins on August 17th 2015. Atkins brings a vast and deep skating & coaching experience, education, and knowledge for a workshop for all TISC member. He will work with workshop participants on technique and provide drills and training tips.

  • Date & Time: August 17th 2015 6pm to 8:30pm
  • Cost: TISC members free, all guest $20
  • Location: 400-meter track at Father Redmond (Ken Cox) next to Humber College [directions here]
  • More about Sutton AtkinsSk8SkoolOnline, and Sutton Atkins’ bio
  • What to Bring: Skates, running shoes, wrist/ palm protection, helmet, water bottle & water, clothing suitable for outdoor activity


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