Midway Speedskating Club Announces New Coach


The Midway Speed Skating Club is pleased to introduce Sarah Krueger as a new member of the coaching staff. She will be taking on a leadership role for mid-level youth skaters.

Krueger has an extensive and successful background in the sport of speedskating. A native of Little Canada, MN, she started figure skating at age two then discovered speedskating at age five through the Roseville, MN Novice program. At age seven, Krueger joined the ranks of Midway Speedskating Club. As a Midway skater she enjoyed a successful career with long track speedskating, winning multiple Age Class Nationals, multiple Category 1 achievements, and a 12th place finish in the 2006 Olympic Trials in Salt Lake City. In addition to long track, Krueger’s skating career also included short track and inline racing.

Krueger is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Elementary Education. While pursuing her degree, Krueger balanced academics with a varsity position on the U of M rowing team, securing many victories including a second place finish at the Big Ten Championships.

In addition to Midway coaching, Krueger is an elementary school teacher at Minnesota Transitions School.

Midway Speedskating Club is a non-profit focused on the development of competitive speedskaters. The club was founded in 1946 and is based out of the Guidant John Rose Oval in Roseville.