ISU eLearning presents a series of modules related to Strategic and Mental Capabilities. The physical body is important as an athlete but understanding the mental capabilities of you and your team, as well as putting the best strategies in place, are equally essential for success. Although they have been primarily developed for Speed Skating Branch, the modules will also be of interest to Figure Skaters and Coaches.
The Development Commission invites applications for the 2020 Visiting ISU Coach initiative. Applications should be submitted by June 26, 2020 on the application form in Appendix A.
ISU eLearning presents a Synchronized Skating Technical Update relating to the technical requirements outlined in ISU Communication 2317. The module has been developed by the ISU Synchronized Skating Technical Committee and describes new Feature requirements for the upcoming season.
The ISU invites ISU Members to submit applications to host ISU Championships in all disciplines for the season 2022/23 and for tentative allotments of Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating Championships for the seasons 2023/24 and 2024/25.
Synchronized Skating Guidelines for season 2020/21.This Communication Replaces ISU Communication 2248.
Technical Requirements and Information for Season 2019/20 in Synchronized Skating. Replaced Communication 2270.
The sixth edition of the Pure as Ice 2019/20 took place at the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in Nottingham, Great Britain at the National Ice Center and Motorport Arena in collaboration with Smart Test AntiDoping.
ISU eLearning and iCoachKids (iCK), an Erasmus+ co-funded eLearning program, have partnered together to present a series of coaching education modules, specifically focused on coaching children aged 5-12.
ISU eLearning presents a series of modules relating to the essential topic of Strength and Conditioning.