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CompetitiveTeam Practice Schedule

    (Subject to Change)  Check back often to keep up to date on practice times. May change at any time.

November practices - 

Wed 1st - 9 pm

Sat 4th - 8 am
Sun 5th - 8 pm

Tue 7th - 8:30 pm
Wed 8th - 9 pm

Sat 11th - 8 am
Sun 12th - 8 pm

Tue 14th - 8:30 pm

Wen 15th - 9pm Taper practice 

Sat 17th 18th Tacoma Meet

Tue 21st - 8 pm
Wed 8th - ?

Sat 25th - 8 am
Sun 26th - 8 pm

Tue 28th - 8 pm
Wed 29th - 9 pm

Monthly Dues - $50.00 Drop-ins- $10.00

CDA Inline Thanks our Sponsors


Proud sponsor of Six Time USA
World Team Outdoor Speed Skater 

Chelsi LeGault 

Ptera Internet Service
Ground Force Manufacturing LLC
Buck Knives
Hastings CDA 
R K Graphics, Liberty Lake WA


The Coeur d'Alene Inline Speed Team has been skating at Skate Plaza for over ten years, offering year round training in both indoor and outdoor disciplines.
Our team ranges from age 5 to 60 and we have room to grow! Many opportunities exist to compete in the area, and we have traveled to many different states to race. We have several skaters on our team who are National Champions and National Record Holders and we would love to have more.
Joe LeGault, 2011 NW Region Coach of the Year, has been the head speed skating coach for the last 7 years and has been involved with speed skating along with competing at the National level since 1973. Joe is a Team USA World Coach, Certified National Coach for Indoor and Outdoor Bank Track by USA Roller Sports and can pre-qualify skaters for Outdoor Nationals.
We welcome you to come and check our great inline speed skating team because if you can skate, you can race !!


The sport of speed skating is a discipline demanding a blend of quickness, stamina, and strategy. It's fun, exciting, healthful, social, and rewarding.
Competitive speed skating is a non-contact sport, requiring skaters to display their skills to maneuver cleanly through the pack and into winning position. Skaters are disqualified for pushing, blocking, forcing another racer out of position, or using their arms, legs, or hands in any way that impedes the progress of other competitors. Skaters learn the importance of teamwork, of being persistent and organized, and of setting and reaching goals and learning to value good sportsmanship.