The ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Speed Skating 2021 have been published.
The ISU is launching the official online course for Level 1 of the ISU Coach Education Qualification Framework (Figure Skating) on the ISU eLearning Platform. The first edition of the course will be open for two groups of 25 Figure Skating Coaches each (in total 50 Coaches) to be enrolled from different ISU Members between October 25 and December 13, 2021.
The ISU has decided to hold a series of Online Video Seminars for ISU Referees and ISU Starters in Speed Skating, which will be organized by the ISU Speed Skating Technical Committee using the ISU eLearning Platform and Zoom Communication software.
Following the online voting by ISU Members in June 2021, the Special Regulations & Technical Rules Synchronized Skating have been updated to reflect the accepted proposals and have been published on the ISU website.
The ISU releases detailed information on the qualification process, entry quotas and entry procedures for the ISU European, Four Continents, World Juniors and World Speed Skating Championships 2022.
Following the online voting by ISU Members in June 2021, the Special Regulations & Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating and Ice Dance have been updated to reflect the accepted proposals and have been published on the ISU website (https://www.isu.org/figure-skating/rules/fsk-regulations-rules/file).
“His legacy is the Youth Olympic Games, his achievements are far more extensive. An accomplished president" is how IOC President Thomas Bach portrayed his predecessor Jacques Rogge, who has died at the age of 79, as announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Sunday (29 August 2021).
The ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Short Track Speed Skating 2021 have been published.
The ISU has decided to hold an Online Workshop for Coaches & Team Leaders in Short Track Speed Skating, which will be organized by the ISU Short Track Speed Skating Technical Committee using the Zoom Communication software.
List of Referees, Judges, Technical Controllers, Technical Specialists, Data & Replay Operators season 2021/22 for Single & Pair Skating, Ice Dance and Synchronized Skating – updated August 26, 2021
ISU Figure Skating Centers of Excellence (CoE) continue the webinar series - Inside CoE's: The fourth webinar will take place on August 24, 2021 in Detroit, USA.
This Communication replaces ISU Communication No. 2369 with immediate effect.
The ISU Transgender policy, based on the IOC Consensus Meeting on Sex Reassignment and Hyperandrogenism (2015)1, on data collected on Skaters, on discussions and exchanges between medical experts, sports physicians, as well as other International Federations, aims to define the conditions enabling Transgender Skaters to compete in ISU Events in the category of competition that is consistent with their gender identity.