The last webinar of the Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series will take place on June 8th, 2021, on the ISU Development YouTube Channel! This final session will guide you through the process of hosting a virtual event, either with live skating or submitted videos. We will go over the four phases or event organization: design, planning, execution, and closing, focusing on the organizer’s management duties. You will learn everything that needs to be prepared before the event, such as settings, documents, and rehearsals, as well as all the production tasks that organizers need to take care of during the execution of the event.
The ISU announces the list of ISU Officials and International Officials for Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating for the season 2021/22.
The next webinar of the Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series will take place on June 4, 2021, on the ISU Development YouTube Channel!
The next webinar of the Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series will take place on May 24, 2021, on the ISU Development YouTube Channel!
The ISU Coach Education Qualification Framework is a multi-level tool for ISU Members that are interested in providing educational sessions or building a national Coach education pathway for their Coaches.
The next webinar of the Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series will take place on May 18, 2021, on the ISU Development YouTube Channel!
The Ice Dance Technical Committee has announced updates to the current ongoing requirements, valid as of July 1st, 2021.
The next webinar of the Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series will take place on May 11, 2021 on the ISU Development YouTube Channel
The Virtual Events Toolkit Webinar Series launches on May 4, 2021 on the ISU Development YouTube Channel!
The summary of Championships application received by the ISU for Seasons 2022/23 to 2025/26 is now available.
Unusual times call for unusual measures – this saying has probably never been more true than during the COVID-19 pandemic. For many people, the way we live, learn, work and communicate has changed more in the past year than in a whole decade.
The ISU conducted a series of ‘Pure as Ice Webinars’ in the month of February & March that was specifically designed for the Skaters, coaches, & support staff that attended the ISU (Bubble) Events in Heerenveen, Dordrecht & Stockholm.
This Communication summarizes the main general obligations of ISU Members, according to the ISU Statutes (see Article 39, paragraph 1 of the ISU Constitution for the definition of the ISU Statutes) and according to established procedures. This does not alter the obligation of ISU Members to adhere to those Rules contained in the ISU Statutes (in particular but not limited to Article 6, paragraph 3 and Article 7, of the ISU Constitution) which are not specifically referred to in this Communication.
Further to the postponement of the 2020 ISU Congress, the Short Program required elements for the coming three seasons were not announced. However in order for Skaters/Couples to start preparing their programs, the Single & Pair Skating Technical Committee would like to announce the Short Program required elements so that Skaters can start planning their season already.