Welcome to the home of Artistic Roller Skating on Jersey

Welcome to Regent Skating Club

The club came into being when the first roller rink was introduced at Fort Regent back in 1979. These day the clubs main home is Les Quennevais Sports Centre although from time to time classes still take place at the Fort.

Club Competitions



Artistic roller skating is a sport similar to figure skating but where  competitors run on roller skates (quad)  instead of ice skates.

Regent Skating Club aims to provide a safe environment for anyone wishing to learn artistic roller skating. Progress is monitored through national proficiency tests and once skaters are competent enough, if they want to, they can start to compete in UK National competitions.

Within artistic roller skating there are several disciplines:

  • figures (similar to compulsory or “school” figures on ice)
  • freestyle (individuals performing jumps and spins)
  • pairs (a subset of freestyle with two people performing jumps, spins, and lifts)
  • dance (couple)
  • solo dance
  • precision (team skating, similar to synchronized skating on ice)
  • show teams

Artistic roller skaters traditionally use use quad skates.


Hello world!

Finally getting around to reshaping and updating the club website. Over the next couple of weeks we will be adding some new galleries, bios of our club coaches and now that the blog is working we will be able to keep you informed of upcoming competitions and other events.

Contact Us

Demand for new members can be relatively high at times and sometimes the club does operate a waiting list.

For more information on the club please feel free to pop up the Les Quennevais Sports Centre on a Saturday between 11am and 6:30pm or email the Secretary below.