Coaches at the ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships 2018©International Skating Union (ISU)
The initiative launched in 2018 to support Skaters who have retired within the previous 4 seasons to become Coaches, Officials, Administrators or any other appropriate function connected to Skating will continue in 2019.
Madison Chock and Even Bates (USA) with Coaches Romain Haguenauer and Marie-France Dubreuil at the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2019©International Skating Union (ISU)
The aim is to provide financial support (of between CHF 500 - CHF 3’000 per individual) for relevant education, training, equipment or other activity. The Development Commission intends this initiative to help top Skaters to stay in the sport, to share their knowledge and experience, preferably in their own country/region, and to use their position as a role model to strengthen the sport in their country.
Team Paradise (RUS) with their Coach at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2017©International Skating Union (ISU)
Further details of the application process can be found in ISU Communication No. 2252 and the deadline for nominations is June 30, 2019.
Alex Boisvert- Lacroix (CAN) and Coach Gregor Jelonek at the ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2015©International Skating Union (ISU)