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Celebrating the end of the 2023/2024 Short Track Speed Skating Season

The curtains have closed on another exhilarating season of short track speed skating, leaving fans in awe of the incredible performances by our talented athletes.

With 20 main event finishes, including five in the B final, three in the A final and a Men's World Championship relay team, it's safe to say that this season was nothing short of spectacular.

From nail-biting finishes to jaw-dropping displays of skill and speed, the 2023/2024 Short Track Speed Skating season had it all. Our athletes pushed themselves to their limits, leaving everything on the ice in pursuit of victory. Each race was a testament to their dedication, hard work, and sheer determination to succeed.


“Picking up a Silver Medal at the European Championships has to be the highlight of year the but finishing 4th at a World Cup and missing out on a medal by 0.118s is something that really drives me on, bring on next season!"
Niall Treacy


As we bid farewell to this season, we also welcome the emergence of new stars in short track speed skating. Young, talented athletes have stepped up to the plate, showcasing their potential and setting the stage for an exciting future in the sport. Their fearless attitude and hunger for success have not gone unnoticed, and we can't wait to see what they have in store for us in the seasons to come.

As we look back on the highlights of the season, it's impossible not to reminisce about the moments that left us speechless. From photo finishes to unexpected upsets, each race brought its own dose of excitement and drama. The camaraderie among the athletes, the support of the fans, and the electrifying atmosphere in the arena all contributed to making this season one to remember.


While the 2023/2024 Short Track Speed Skating season may have come to an end, the journey is far from over. Our athletes will continue to train, push themselves and come back hungry for the 2024/2025 season.


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