■ ISU Guides

■ ISU Medical Commission

The ISU Medical Commission focuses on the health and safety of the skaters.

In this regard all physicians and allied health professionals are encouraged to participate in the ISU injury surveillance program. With the injury surveillance information, collected on-line through the ISU Medical Form, injury prevention strategies for the skaters can be better assessed.

The online ISU Medical Form is to be used:

1) Together with the ISU Withdrawal Notification Form in case of in-competition withdrawal

2) In the case a Skater is withdrawn from Events for injury or illness

3) To report any injury patterns associated with skating in or out-of-competition.


  • pdf Updated Educational sheet on Coronavirus
    29 March 2020

    Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. They can cause diseases ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV).

  • pdf Nutritional Guidelines
    16 July 2019

    The diet should consist of a wide variety and sufficient amount of foods - breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, dairy products and protein sources - to ensure that nutrient requirements are met.

  • pdf ISU Withdrawal Notification Form
    16 July 2019

    This form is to be used for any withdrawal from competition and must be signed by the Skater.

  • document Online ISU Medical Form
    18 October 2018

    To be completed together with the ISU Withdrawal Notification Form or in order to report any injuries incurred by a skater in or out of competition

■ Healthy Skaters

 HSS Zagreb 2019

Zagreb 2019 Seminar
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HSS Milano 2018

 Milano 2018 Seminar
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■ Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

The nutritional health of all athletes is important. Although disordered eating is more recognized and prevalent in the female athlete it is also present in male athletes and is much more complex involving multiple factors and physiological changes.

Therefore the previous Female Athlete triad defined as disordered eating, amenorrhea and osteoporosis has been changed to Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-s )in order to recognize both genders and the increasing awareness of multiple systems affected.

In order to find out more about RED-s, please refer to the IOC RED-s consensus statement : http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/48/7/491

■ Female Athlete Health

What effect does poor nutrition have on an athlete’s performance? Is exercise during pregnancy a good thing? Find answers to these, and many more questions in these stimulating and engaging, interactive modules, designed to help you understand more about how your body works, and how you can improve your performance levels and your general wellbeing.


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