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Brendan Corey (AUS) is a man on a mission – to put Australian Short Track back on the map.

Jun 18, 2024

The ISU Council met on June 15-16, 2024 and decided to allot or provisionally allot the following ISU Championships

Jun 16, 2024

The 59th ISU Congress concluded in Las Vegas (USA) after five inspiring and productive days of meetings and presentations. Over 250 delegates from 65 countries participated in this landmark event to shape the future of ice skating. Numerous ground-breaking decisions were made to enhance the sports and modernize the organization, marking the ISU’s entry into a transformative new era.

Jun 14, 2024

The Branch sessions for Speed Skating and Figure Skating took center stage on the third and fourth day of the ISU Congress, during which the Special Regulations and Technical Rules were discussed and voted on. These split sessions underscored the ISU’s commitment to addressing the individual needs in each discipline, while fostering major improvements for the growth of the ice-skating community.

Jun 13, 2024

On the second day of the ISU Congress, the assembly of delegates voted in favor of several major proposals advancing the modernization of ice-skating sports. Among these are a resolution to reform the ISU Constitution, the launch of the Short Track World Tour (evolution of the World Cup Series) and allowing manufacturers to appear on costumes and skates, opening up opportunities for fashion brands and skate manufacturers to partner with Figure Skaters.

Jun 12, 2024

The 59th ISU Congress opened today setting the stage for an ambitious and forward-looking agenda, expected to decisively shape the future of ice-skating sports. At the forefront of this inaugural day was the presentation by the ISU President, Jae Youl Kim, on the ISU Vision 2030 strategic plan, outlining major growth and innovation proposals to the 250 delegates from 65 countries present. The ISU Congress overwhelmingly voted in favor of the budget for 2024-2026, showing its support for Vision 2030 initiatives and marking the start of an exciting and game-changing future.

Jun 11, 2024

It is with regret and sorrow that the ISU learned of the passing of legendary Figure Skating coach Mr. Francis (Frank) M. Carroll who passed away at age 85 on June 9, 2024.

Jun 10, 2024

While a thrilling skating season has recently concluded, the International Skating Union (ISU) now prepares to host its highly anticipated 59th Ordinary Congress, scheduled to take place from June 10-14th in Las Vegas (USA). Against the backdrop of a fast-changing sports landscape and drawing upon the ISU Vision 2030, this year’s Congress sets the stage for decisive deliberations expected to shape the future strategic direction of the ISU and the development of ice-skating disciplines.

May 27, 2024

As the ice skating season draws to a close, our beloved skaters are fully engaged in their personal pursuits. From well-deserved vacations to rigorous training regimens, the spectrum is broad. Join us as we uncover the standout moments of the recent weeks.

May 24, 2024

During the off-season, the Skaters aren't simply lounging on vacation. Beyond rigorous summer training sessions and crafting new programs, the skating world bustles with activity. Let's delve into the highlights of the past few weeks.

May 10, 2024

It is with regret and sorrow that the ISU learned of the passing of 1964 Olympic Champion, three-time ISU World Champion and five-time ISU European Champion Mrs. Sjoukje Dijkstra who passed away at age 82 on May 2, 2024.

May 07, 2024

The International Skating Union (ISU) announces a modification to the dates of the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2025 scheduled to be held in Seoul (KOR).

Apr 17, 2024

The International Skating Union (ISU) proudly reaffirms its commitment to leveraging sport for peace and development on the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. This global event highlights sport's capacity to foster understanding, tolerance, and peace across borders.

Apr 06, 2024

Just a year ago, William Dandjinou (CAN) was a minor player in Short Track with only one senior individual podium to his name. By the time he arrived at the World Short Track Championships, however, the tall Canadian had become an athlete to respect and fear, having won three individual ISU World Cup gold medals this season. He capped this rapid ascent on Sunday with his first major title, prevailing in a dramatic 1000m race.

Mar 17, 2024

Kristen Santos-Griswold (USA) capped a stellar season with her finest ever performance on Sunday at Rottterdam Ahoy, marauding to 1000m gold at the Nederlandse Loterij 2024 ISU World Short Track Championships.

Mar 17, 2024