The Northern Development Project organises a trainer/coach education for speed skating, on level 2 according to European standards.
The ISU World Cup Speed Skating series will start on November 10, 2017. The media accreditations for the Series are now open.
Over 370 guests attended a celebratory and entertaining evening at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland on the occasion of the international Skating Union’s (ISU) 125th anniversary.
Since 2001, the AISTS has been organising Sport Event Management and Organisation Seminar. The open module offers an overview of the key tasks that sports managers need to successfully plan, communicate and operate when organising sport events, providing a complete look at the mechanics of sport events.
On September 7, 2017, the ISU President Jan Dijkema gave a key note speech during the World Winter Sports Expo 2017 in Beijing, China
The ISU decided to hold a course for Speed Skating Starters, which will be organized by the ISU Speed Skating Technical Committee and Norwegian Skating Association (NSF), as hosting ISU Speed Skating Member in Hamar, Norway, October 20 – 23, 2017
The ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2017/18 will be organized as a series of International Competitions subject to regulations given in this ISU Communication. The World Cup series is an ISU Event. Relevant parts of the ISU General Regulations apply, in particular Rules 105, 106 and 136.
Announcement of International Speed Skating & Short Track Speed Skating Competitions 2017/18