Heartland Open - (For skaters ages 12 and older (as of 7/1/17) who meet the qualifying time standard of 1:48.0 for men and 1:58.0 for women in the 1000 meters. The time standard must be from a sanctioned short track meet, from July 1, 2016 or latter)
The format of the Meet is a two round progression, one Heat and a final. The number of finals are based on the number of skaters in the Heats. First place of each Heat goes to the A final, then seeded by times.
The Super Events are based on overall points. All athletes will skate in a Super, (A, B, C...) for their longest distance.
Events (not run in order)
Heartland Racing Series
We are proud to part of the Heartland Racing Series.
A season-long Midwest and Eastern circuit ofshort track ice speed skating open class races to develop passion and skills for racing. Click here for additional information on the series.
Physical Therapy Services
Quantum (on a drop in basis), will be providing PT services to Meet participants. Athletes and coaches can stop in if they have a soft tissue injury, a concern, or simply have a question.
Novice ---------- Junior F --------- Junior E --------- Junior D --------- Junior C --------- Junior B --------- Junior A --------- Seniors ---------- Masters 1 ------- Masters 2 ------- Heartland Open -
111M / 222M / 333M / Super 500M 111M / 222M / 333M / Super 500M 222M / 333M / 500M / Super 777M 333M / 500M / 777M / Super 1000M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M 500M / 777M / 1000M / Super 1500M
SpeediCast live streamed the 2016 Buffalo Short Track Championships. Friends and family could watch each and every race in real time and listen to Gordon Cepuran expertly announce all the action.
Gordon posted the Championships to his YouTube channel. Athletes and their fans can watch all the past action and excitement whenever and wherever they want.