Statistics including Personal Best/Season Best information

Progression of Highest Score

Personal Best Scores

Men

Men

Total

Total

Short Program

Short Program

Free Skating

Free Skating

   

Ladies

Ladies

Total

Total

Short Program

Short Program

Free Skating

Free Skating

   

Pairs

Pairs

Total

Total

Short Program

Short Program

Free Skating

Free Skating

   

Ice Dance

Ice Dance

Total

Total

Short Dance

Short Dance

Free Dance

Free Dance

   

Historic Records: Ice Dance Scores achived before 2010/2011 season

Ice Dance

Ice Dance

Total

Total

Compulsory Dance

Compulsory Dance

Original Dance

Original Dance

Free Dance

Free Dance

Season Best Total Scores 2013/2014

Men Ladies Pairs Ice Dance

Total Total Total Total

Short Program Short Program Short Program Short Dance

Free Skating Free Skating Free Skating Free Dance

Highest Total Scores

Men (>150)Ladies (>125)Pairs (>125)Ice Dance (>150)


Technical Score for the current 2013/2014 and previous season

Men Ladies Pairs Ice Dance

Explanatory Note:

Please note that the ISU Judging System in use for the 2004/5 season has been enhanced since the trials in 2003, which means that scores are not 100% comparable between this season and last.

The "S" or "J" in the final column indicates whether the score was achieved in a Junior or Senior competition. As the required elements for Junior competitions are slightly less demanding than for Senior competitions, scores in Junior competitions will tend to be lower.

The highest score tables will be updated after each Grand Prix of Figure Skating event and ISU Championship.

The "Progression of Highest Score" tables show how the highest scores have progressed since the first event where the ISU Judging System was in place, which was the 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy.

"Highest Total Scores" lists all of the total scores over 125 for ladies and pairs and over 150 for men and ice dancing. You can therefore see how the scores of the top skaters have varied at different competitions.

The best results achieved in competitions operating under the ISU Judging System are referred to as "highest scores" and "personal bests". The ISU does not currently recognize the highest scores as "World records".

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