Originally built for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, the oval offers 400 metres of track, two international-sized ice surfaces, a 450-metre two-lane running track, a 110-metre eight-lane sprint track, long jump pit, pole vault box, high-performance weight room, regeneration clinic and testing rooms.
More than 280 world records have been set at the oval in long and short track speed skating over the past 25 years.
When not hosting hockey games and speed skating competitions, the oval is open for public skating and family day events.
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