ISU Communication No. 2379 invites ISU Members to make applications for Junior Skater Scholarships in accordance with the ISU Development Program Communication (Communication No. 2310). The deadline for applications is April 5, 2021.
The ISU Development Commission and the ISU Centers of Excellence (CoE) from the Speed Skating Branch, come together to create a “Keep Training“ video series featuring Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating equipment.
The ISU Council invites ISU Members to send applications for ISU Championships for the seasons 2022/23 to 2025/26 for evaluation and decision during its June 2021 meeting. The applications for the seasons 2024/25 and 2025/26 concern Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating only.
The ISU eLearning team endeavors to provide a unique online learning courses tailored to your needs. As part of our ongoing service, we have improved the design of our online platform and introduced some new functionalities to enhance your learning experience. We invite you to share your love of learning on our newly improved platform.
Rules of Procedure for Officials Assessment Commission – Evaluation of Judging – Assessments for the Figure Skating Branch
The ISU Council met on January 28, 2021 via an online meeting. Find out the decisions taken by the Council during the meeting here.
The ISU is pleased to launch the Virtual Events Toolkit aimed at ISU Members and organizers who wish to host live and non live virtual events, meetings and seminars, practice sessions for Officials and to monitor Skaters for development purposes.
Join us for a Webinar where we shall discuss the significant changes to the World Anti-Doping Code 2021. You can join by registering for the Webinar dated January 26, 2021 & February 5, 2021 at 3:30pm (CET) through the link provided in this news.
The ISU welcomes the annulment by the General Court judgment on 16 December 2020 (Case T-93/18) of the provisions of the European Commission of 8 December 2017 requiring the ISU to amend its Eligibility Rules with respect to the CAS arbitration system. The General Court has confirmed that the CAS arbitration system is fully consistent with EU law.