Utah Olympic Oval Sports

Learn to Skate

Established in 2002, after the legendary 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic Games, our programs adhere to the national and international standards set by Learn to Skate USA. This program allows students to progress at their own pace – moving up levels as they develop the fundamentals to master more difficult maneuvers.

Questions? Please check our FAQ section or contact the Oval Learn to Skate Director, Kelly Cassity.

 

LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM INFORMATION 
LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM POLICIES 
LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM MASTER SCHEDULE 
Learn to Skate Beginner Class Video 
Programs

Figure Skating

Established in 2002, after the legendary 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic Games, our figure skating programs adhere to the national and international standards set by Learn to Skate USA. This program allows students to advance at their own pace – continuing to progress with their speed, endurance and power as they develop the fundamentals to master more difficult maneuvers.

Questions? Please check our FAQ section or contact the Oval Learn to Skate Director, Kelly Cassidy.

Programs

Speedskating

Do you feel the need for speed? Or just looking for a fun way to get and stay fit? Those who are comfortable with the basic skills of ice skating – but want to go faster on the ice – can join our speed skating programs taught by the Oval coaching staff.

OVAL ICE Training schedule and prices information
Oval Speed Skating Time Trial Information for 2018/2019 Season 
Programs

Hockey

The Utah Olympic Oval is proud to house a hockey community like no other! Start em’ young in any of our Youth Hockey Programs, or join in on the fun as an adult in any of our Adult Hockey Leagues.

Programs

Curling

SWEEP! The Utah Olympic Oval offers a unique and Olympic experience with the sport of Curling! Participants can learn this sport with the very same stones that were used in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Whether you’re new to curling, or want to join a league, we’ve got the program for you.

Programs

Running

Runners have the opportunity to train on the 442-meter indoor track – complete with four lanes around the Oval ice plus an eight-lane, 110-meter sprint zone. The facility has tremendous potential as a winter training ground for recreational runners – as well as high school and college track and field athletes.

Programs