Helsinki / Finland

Twenty-four ISU Members have earned quota places for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games 2018 at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2017 in Helsinki. 24 places were available for Men’s and Ladies, 16 for Pairs and 19 for Ice Dance.

Australia: 1 Man
Belgium: 1 Lady
Canada: 2 Men, 3 Ladies, 3 Pairs, 3 Ice Dance couples
China: 2 Men, 1 Lady, 3 Pairs, 1 Ice Dance couple
Czech Republic: 1 Man
Denmark: 1 Ice Dance couple
France: 1 Man, 1 Lady, 2 Pairs, 2 Ice Dance couples
Georgia: 1 Man
Germany: 1 Man, 1 Lady, 2 Pairs
Hungary: 1 Lady
Israel: 2 Men, 1 Ice Dance couple
Italy: 2 Ladies, 2 Pairs, 2 Ice Dance couples
Japan: 3 Men, 2 Ladies
Kazakhstan: 1 Man, 2 Ladies
Korea: 2 Ladies
Latvia: 1 Man, 1 Lady
Poland: 1 Ice Dance couple
Russia: 2 Men, 3 Ladies, 3 Pairs, 2 Ice Dance couples
Slovak Republic: 1 Lady
Spain: 2 Men, 1 Ice Dance couple
Turkey: 1 Ice Dance couple
Ukraine: 1 Ice Dance couple
USA: 3 Men, 3 Ladies, 1 Pair, 3 Ice Dance couples
Uzbekistan: 1 Man

No Member has earned the maximum of three spots in each discipline. Canada has the most spots with three Ladies, Pairs, Ice Dance couples and two Men.

Additional quota places will be available at the designated Olympic Qualifying competition Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany, in September 27 – 30, 2017: six for Men and Ladies, four for Pairs and five for Ice Dance. The host country Korea is guaranteed an extra spot per discipline if they do not qualify through the normal qualifying procedure (2017 World Championships and Olympic Qualifying competition). For example, if Korea does not qualify a Man in Oberstdorf, there will be 31 competitors at the Olympic Games in PyeongChang. Additional quota places may become available in case countries will not use spots and give them back.