Although every effort is taken to ensure that this competition runs per the published schedule, from time to time the competition may run slightly ahead or behind. If the competition runs behind, every effort will be taken to return to the times as showing in published schedules. If the competition runs ahead, the competition will […]
Singles Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile and STAR 6 – Repeated Jump Type The program requirements for Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile and STAR 6 state that only one jump type may be repeated. The jump types are Toe Loop, Salchow, Loop, Flip, Lutz and Axel. For example, a 1T, 2T, 3T and 4T are all part of the jump type […]
The event announcement regarding the 2023 Skate Canada Challenge – Junior/Senior is now available at the link below. Officials and competitors will find useful information within this announcement relating to participation in this event.
The ISU Technical Panel Handbooks for Ice Dance and Synchronized Skating are now available on the ISU website: Technical Panel Handbook Ice Dance Skating 2022-2023 Technical Panel Handbook Synchronized Skating 2022-2023 Please note that ISU Communication 2501 – Synchronized Skating – difficulty groups of elements, features, and additional features (replaces 2482), is also now available.
At the recent 2022 ISU Congress, the introduction of three Program Components (PCs): Composition (Timing for Pattern Dance), Presentation, and Skating Skills were approved. These PCs will be implemented for all domestic categories scored using the Cumulative Points Calculation (CPC) system. This includes Podium Pathway, STAR, Adult and Special Olympics categories. In conjunction with the […]
The ISU Technical Panel Handbooks for Singles and Pairs are now available on the ISU website: Technical Panel Handbook Singles Skating 2022-2023 Technical Panel Handbook Pairs Skating 2022-2023
Please note the following documents from the ISU are now available for the 2022-2023 season: ISU Communication 2495 – Synchronized skating changes accepted at the 2022 ISU CongressIncluding: Change to minimum age for Junior starting in 2023-2024 season New Program Component Definitions – three program components: Composition, Presentation, and Skating Skills Junior team may consist […]
This a summary of the changes to the Synchronized Skating Program Requirements for the 2022-2023 season. This is not a comprehensive summary of all changes. Please refer to the recently posted Quick Reference Guides and upcoming Program Requirements Guides for all changes. These changes aim to continue supporting the benchmarks included in the Skate Canada LTD. Juvenile […]
For the 2022-2023 season only the Novice Pair assessment requirements will be as follows: At least one partner must have passed the STAR 10 Program (or equivalent) Freeskate Assessment or higher. The other partner must have passed the complete STAR 5 (or equivalent) Freeskate Assessment or higher. Skate Canada will be undergoing a thorough review […]
Please note the following documents from the ISU for the 2022-2023 season: Communication #2475- Scale of Values Singles and Pairs Communication #2474- Singles and Pairs – Levels of Difficulty and Guidelines for marking GOE Communication #2473- Scale of Values Ice Dance Communication #2471- Synchronized Skating Well Balanced Program Content Communication #2468- Ice Dance Requirements for […]