The ISU Releases its new Constitution and General Regulations and the Special Regulations and Technical Rules 2018 for each Discipline.
The role of the International Skating Union (ISU) is to regulate, govern and promote its sport. All these, with one goal, to keep developing the disciplines of Speed Skating, Short Track Speed Skating, Figure Skating and Synchronized Skating. It is essential for the sport and its rules and regulations to evolve side by side in order to grow.
Following the International Skating Union’s 57th Ordinary Congress on June 8, 2018 in Sevilla (ESP), the new ISU Constitution and General Regulations and the Special Regulations and Technical Rules for each discipline were voted on and have now been published and are all available on the ISU.ORG. They are valid for the seasons 2018/19 and 2019/20. New proposals will be presented and voted on during the next ISU Congress in June 2020.
Some of the most important decisions of the Congress from the Agenda ISU Communication 2156 and Urgent Matters ISU Communication 2160 are summarized here. All information regarding the 57th ISU Congress 2018 is available on https://www.isu.org/isu-congresses.
For more details regarding the special regulations and technical rules, please visit: https://isu.org/isu-statutes-constitution-regulations-technical