We are pleased to announce that the ISU Healthy Skater seminar series is back and shall take place during the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2023 in Calgary, Canada. The theme for this edition’s seminar is "The Junior Elite Skater- Understanding Adolescent Development".
The Council has updated the ISU Infectious Disease Guideline for ISU Events, which can be found on the Clean Sport and Medical section of the website.
The ISU Council has decided to withdraw with immediate effect the provisional allotments to the Russian Skating Union of two ISU Events for which ISU Members are invited to submit applications.
Further to ISU Communication No. 2518, the Summary of Championships applications received by the ISU for seasons 2023/24, 2024/25, 2025/26 and 2026/27 is now available.
The first Junior Short Track Challenge Competition of the season took place in Bialystok, Poland on November 18-20 and the next will be held in Torino, Italy on November 25-27.
The 11 recognized ISU Centers of Excellence (CoEs) have entered a new cycle. For the first time, the representatives of the Figure Skating CoEs met in person at Ice Lab in Bergamo (ITA) on the occasion of the annual ISU Centers of Excellence workshop held on October 5-7, 2022.
The ISU releases detailed information on the qualification process, entry quotas and entry procedures for the ISU European, Four Continents, World Juniors and World Speed Skating Championships 2023.
We are back with the eighth edition of P.L.A.Y (Pocket Learning Anti-Doping & You) for the month of October 2022 and the topic for this month is ‘Unintentional Doping’ a topic which deals with the very common mistake among athletes that is ‘Unintentional Doping’ (also known as ‘inadvertent’ or ‘accidental’ doping).
The ISU Center of Excellence in Heerenveen is organizing a series of Short Track training camps during the season 2022/2023, offering their expertise, experience and facilities to the Short Track family of the world.
Following the 58th Ordinary Congress in June 2022, the Speed Skating Special Regulations & Technical Rules have been updated to reflect the accepted proposals and have been published on the ISU website.
As one of the international sports organizations winning the 2022 IOC Carbon Action Awards, the International Skating Union (ISU) pursues its efforts to measure and reduce carbon footprint across its activities. The latest initiative took place during the 58th Ordinary ISU Congress in Phuket (THA) (June 6-10, 2022), which was organized by the Figure and Speed Skating Association of Thailand (FSAT) and certified as a Carbon Neutral Event (Green Event concept).