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Skating:

Skating is a sport in which athletes compete or demonstrate their skills of travelling on hard surface or ice by using skates. Only ice skating is played during the winter Olympic games. Skating is played either as a competitive sport or recreational activity.

Skating 1 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition.www.caasn.com

Skating:

Men`s Events

Women`s Events

Figure skating

-       Individual

-       Ice dancing mixed (men & women)

-       Pairs mixed (men & women)

-       Team mixed (men & women)

Speed skating

-       500 m

-       1000 m

-       1500 m

-       5000 m

-       10000 m

-       Team pursuit

Short track speed skating

-       500 m

-       1000 m

-       1500 m

-       5000 m relay

Figure skating

-       Individual

-       Ice dancing mixed (men & women)

-       Pairs mixed (men & women)

-       Team mixed (men & women)

Speed skating:

-       500 m

-       1000 m

-       1500 m

-       3000 m

-       5000 m

-       Team pursuit

Short track speed skating  

-       500 m

-       1000 m

-       1500 m

-       3000 m relay

 

Click on them below for detailed information about energy systems, energy maps, endurance levels, calories burned, carbohydrate loading, and risk of sports injuries in different events of Skating:

Speed Skating (10000 m, men):

Speed Skating (3000 m, 5000 m) and Short Track Speed Skating (5000 m relay):

 

Speed Skating (1000 m, 1500 m) and Short Track Speed Skating (1000 m, 1500 m):

 

Speed Skating (500 m) and Short Track Speed Skating (500 m):

 

Figure Skating (All Events) and Speed Skating (Team Pursuit):

 

 

 

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