Admission to this event will be free.
** Please note that Seven Chiefs Sportsplex requires proof of double vaccination for admission.
As of February 16, 2022. Schedule subject to change.
|SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26|
PATTERN DANCE 1
PATTERN DANCE 2
WOMEN SHORT PROGRAM
PAIRS SHORT PROGRAM
MEN SHORT PROGRAM
|SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27|
ICE DANCE – FREE DANCE
WOMEN FREE PROGRAM
PAIRS FREE PROGRAM
MEN FREE PROGRAM
Skate Canada will live stream the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division on SkateCanada.ca
What are the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division?
The 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division, will feature the best Canadian figure skaters in the men, women, pairs, and ice dance disciplines, competing at the novice level. This event was previously postponed from the most recent Canadian Tire National Skating Championships due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Where are the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division being held?
All competition events and practices for the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division will be held at the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex, from February 26-27, 2022, in Calgary, Alberta.
What time are the events and when do the doors open?
The doors open each day 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the first practice. The most up-to-date schedule is posted on the Skate Canada website at www.skatecanada.ca. Actual competition start times are subject to change up to and including the week of the event. It is suggested that you visit our website regularly to keep track of any schedule changes.
How is COVID-19 affecting the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division?
Skate Canada continues to closely monitor the provincial and federal health authorities’ position on the global health crisis and is committed to the health and safety of the athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and spectators. We ask that everyone respects the safety protocols in place at this event.
Note: The city of Calgary requires proof of double vaccination against COVID-19 at least two weeks in advance to enter public venues, including Seven Chiefs Sportsplex.
How do I purchase tickets for the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – Novice Division?
Admission to this event will be free, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Can I give gifts to the skaters?
Spectators are asked to refrain from throwing gifts and flowers on the ice.
Are there hotels and restaurants located close to the rink?
To find a list of hotels and restaurants in Calgary, please visit www.visitcalgary.com.
Does Skate Canada supply transportation to and from the arena?
Skate Canada does not offer transportation for spectators. For information on public transportation, visit www.calgarytransit.com.
How can I volunteer for this event?
Click here for information on how to volunteer for this event!
Will this event be broadcast or live streamed?
Skate Canada will be live streaming the full competition taking place at the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex. Once the competition gets underway, you will be able to access the live streaming at skatecanada.ca.
Where can I send a question if it does not appear on this list?
If you have any questions which are not answered here, please forward them to [email protected].
Can I bring my camera and take pictures during the event?
The Skate Canada Spectator Camera Policy is in place at events to protect the safety of athletes and to ensure a distraction-free environment for all spectators.
Personal photography is permitted by spectators but cannot impact the viewing ability of others. All photos taken during the event must be for personal use only and captured on a small digital camera or mobile device.
The following is not permitted at Skate Canada events:
- Flash photography to ensure the safety of the athletes
- Camera bags and large camera equipment such as tripods
- Professional cameras and/or detachable lenses greater than 6 inches or 200 mm
No video recording of any type is permitted within the venue during the competition.
Unauthorized sale, commercial use and/or third-party distribution of photos from events are strictly prohibited. Only accredited team members are permitted to videotape their skater or team from rink side during practice.
Spectators who do not abide by these restrictions risk having their camera confiscated or being removed from the event by the venue security staff.
Why does Skate Canada have a camera policy?
This policy is in place at events to protect the safety and privacy of athletes and to ensure a distraction-free environment for all spectators.