All Officials who continue to meet the criteria as outlined in the Special Regulations and who, considering the period of time elapsed since their initial appointment, require re-certification are eligible for acceptance to the Frankfurt Seminar 2021 – recertification program.
ISU Communication No. 2379 invites ISU Members to make applications for Junior Skater Scholarships in accordance with the ISU Development Program Communication (Communication No. 2310). The deadline for applications is April 5, 2021.
Further to ISU Communication No. 2358 and after having received ISU Members’ applications, the ISU recognized the following Seminars for Referees and Judges.
The ISU Development Commission and the ISU Centers of Excellence (CoE) from the Speed Skating Branch, come together to create a “Keep Training“ video series featuring Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating equipment.
The ISU Council invites ISU Members to send applications for ISU Championships for the seasons 2022/23 to 2025/26 for evaluation and decision during its June 2021 meeting. The applications for the seasons 2024/25 and 2025/26 concern Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating only.
It is a requirement for certain Technical Rules to be announced annually by the Ice Dance Technical Committee and all other rules are published in Special Regulations & Technical Rules
The ISU eLearning team endeavors to provide a unique online learning courses tailored to your needs. As part of our ongoing service, we have improved the design of our online platform and introduced some new functionalities to enhance your learning experience. We invite you to share your love of learning on our newly improved platform.
The ISU Single & Pair Skating Technical Committee is pleased to announce the availability of Learning Exercises for Technical Controllers and Technical Specialists on the ISU eLearning platform.
The media accreditations for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021 are open. Please find below the media accreditation contact details, deadlines and instructions.
The Challenger Series is an International Figure Skating Series, introduced during the 2014/15 season. Through ISU support, the objective is to ensure the proper and consistent organization and conduct of up to ten (10) International Competitions linked together within the Challenger Series. The Series gives adequate opportunities for many Skaters to compete at the international senior level and earn World Standing Points.
The Challenger Series in Synchronized Skating consists of up to five (5) International Competitions linked together, giving adequate opportunities for many Teams to compete at the international level and earn World Standing Points. Additionally, it allows Teams and Officials to prepare for competing at the ISU Championships.
Rules of Procedure for Officials Assessment Commission – Evaluation of Judging – Assessments for the Figure Skating Branch