ISU Four Continents Championships

JANUARY 10 TO 12, 2020  –  MONTREAL, QC








Attend a historic moment at the Maurice-Richard Arena

Montreal will host the first-ever Four Continents ISU Championships of Short Track Speed ​​Skating. America, Asia and Oceania will battle in the most electrifying arena in the WORLD.

Buy your tickets now to enjoy the early pricing.

To watch

Kim Boutin, dominant!

Kim Boutin is undoubtedly the skater to beat on the international circuit since the beginning of the 2019/2020 season.

In 8 occasions, she has climbed 8 times on the podium including 6 times on the top of the podium. It gives us the impression that nothing is to its test and that it finds the solution to all racing situations.

Come see her try to write history by becoming the first champion of 4 continents.

Our athletes

To know everything!

Competition schedule

Friday is dedicated solely to qualifying and is free to attend. The final rounds will take place on Saturday and Sunday for the 3 individual distances and the 2 relays.

Saturday, January 11, 2019

13:00       Door opens
13:45       Opening ceremony
       Semi-finals – 1500m
14:51        Finals – 1500m
15:34       Quarter-finals – 500m
16:18        Semi-finals – 500m
16:49       Finals – 500m
17:35       End of day

Sunday, January 12, 2019

13:00       Door opens
13:45       Opening ceremony
       Quarter-finals – 1000m
14:51        Semi-finals – 1000m
15:24       Finals – 1000m
16:00       Super-finals – 3000m
16:34       Finals – relays W/M
17:30       End of races



In November, Montreal hosted the second leg of the World Cup circuit. Our Canadians shone in front of the local crowd on the podium four times. Kim Boutin blew the roof of the Maurice-Richard arena with two wins, while Steven Dubois won a silver medal in the 1000m. The spectators got their money’s worth, while the Canadian women added to the excitement by giving a show to win the bronze medal in the relay event.


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