The Finnish Figure Skating Association (FFSA) in co-operation with the International Skating Union (ISU) organize a four-year development project for single and ice dance coaches and skaters. Project includes yearly seminars held at the Finnish Sport Institute (Vierumäki), Finland.
ISU Members are invited to submit applications for the following ISU Championships for the season 2020/21 as listed below.
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 2018 re-certification program.
Within the context of the hearing of the (Oswald) Disciplinary Commission of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Skating Union (ISU) has received the verdicts of the IOC Disciplinary Commission for Russian Speed Skaters:
The ISU Development Program is one of the cornerstone of the Figure Skating and Speed Skating successes. For this reason, the ISU Development Commision has approved projects in several countries.
The ISU is organizing an International Ice Dance Development Training Seminar for Ice Dance Coaches and Couples of beginner, Novice and Junior skating level from Asia, Oceania, the Pacific region and South Africa.
The media accreditations for the ISU European Figure Skating Championships taking place in Moscow Russia are now open.
ISU Members may send to the ISU Secretariat applications to host ISU Seminars for Ice Dance Referees and Judges in 2018 fulfilling the characteristics in this communication.
Additional Questions & Answers #2 for Officials 2017/18 Single Skating have been published.
The Northern Development Project organises a trainer/coach education for speed skating, on level 2 according to European standards.
The media accreditations for the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships taking place in Taipei City TPE are now open.