Ringette is a uniquely Canadian winter sport that's as challenging as it is enjoyable. It was created by Sam Jacks in 1963 and has since been dubbed the fastest sport on ice.
The main objective of ringette is to use a stick to hit a ring into the opposing team's goal. The team with the highest score at the end wins.
Ringette is a great choice if you're looking for a safe competitive sport for your child.
They'll learn to skate, pass, and play in a team—all while making friends and having fun. Here are some other reasons to choose ringette.
With so many reasons to play ringette, the only question that remains is whether or not you're ready to get hooked on this addictive sport.
If you're up for the challenge, we can help you carve a path for yourself or your child.
With ringette teams for every skill level, there's no limit to where your child can go. From recreational to elite leagues, there are plenty of chances for your child to excell.
Many young players develop an instant passion for the sport, relishing the chance to become agile, fluid skaters while having fun. They also enjoy being part of a great community as they build relationships in their team and across the country.