Eighteen ISU members have qualified quota places for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games 2018 in Pyeongchang, Korea, at the designated qualifying event Nebelhorn Trophy 2017 in Oberstdorf, Germany. Malaysia qualified a figure skater for the Olympic Winter Games for the first time with Julian Zhi Jie Yee.

The list of qualifiers is as follows:

AUS: 1 Lady, 1 Pair

AUT: 1 Pair

BEL: 1 Man

BRA: 1 Lady

CZE: 1 Pair, 1 Ice Dance couple

PRK: 1 Pair

FIN: 1 Lady

GER: 1 Ice Dance couple

GBR: 1 Ice Dance couple

ISR: 1 Pair

ITA: 1 Man

JPN: 1 Ice Dance couple

KOR: 1 Man, 1 Ice Dance couple

MAS: 1 Man

SVK: 1 Ice Dance couple

SWE: 1 Man, 1 Lady

SUI: 1 Lady

UKR: 1 Man, 1 Lady

More spots might become available if countries return Olympic quota places. The alternates are ranked in the order of their placement at Nebelhorn Trophy. Korea did not qualify a Pair Skating Couple, however, the host country rule may apply in this case.

Twenty-five Men, 33 Ladies, 11 Pairs and 16 Ice Dance couples competed for six available spots in Men’s, Ladies and Ice Dance and five spots in Pair Skating at Nebelhorn Trophy. Originally five spots were available for Ice Dance, but since Denmark returned their quota place, a sixth spot has opened up for the competitors at Nebelhorn Trophy. In Pairs, a fifth additional spot became available when France returned their second Pairs quota place.

24 Olympic spots for Men and Ladies, 16 Olympic spots for Pairs and 19 spots for Ice Dance were allocated at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2017. ISU Members that already had qualified quota places at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2017 were not eligible to earn additional spots in Oberstdorf and their skaters that participated in the event did not count towards the qualification.

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