The Skate Canada Rule Book has been updated for the 2021-2022 season. These rule updates include (but are not limited to): Competition Program Requirements Competitive: updated requirements for 2021-2022 season; age extensions for 2021-2022 season STAR: updated pattern dances Adult: updated pattern dances Scoring of Skate Canada Competitions Housekeeping Update to fall deductions for synchronized […]
Skate Canada has launched the New Referee Training Pathway. The Referee Resource Guide, which provides information on all aspects of refereeing across all disciplines, is available for individuals pursuing referee training. Currently qualified referees are encouraged to review the Referee Resource Guide, as well as complete the Invitational Referee Training on eLearning. Qualifications that existed […]
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions imposed on daily training, Skate Canada is extending the upper age of the following categories for the 2021-2022 season only: Juvenile Singles U15: must not have reached the age of 15 by July 1st preceding the competition. Pre-Juvenile Pairs: must not have reached the age of 15 […]
Please note the following documents from the ISU for the 2021-2022 season: Communication #2253 – Scale of Values Singles and Pairs*2019-2020 communication remains in effect Communication #2256 – Scale of Values Ice Dance*2019-2020 communication remains in effect Communication #2393 – Ice Dance Requirement for Technical Rules Communication #2371 – Ice Dance Requirements for technical rules Communication #2334 – Singles and […]
For the 2021-2022 season only: The Novice synchronized skating category will be permitted an over-age extension. ¼ of the team must not have reached the age of 16 by July 1st preceding the competition. The Intermediate synchronized skating category will be permitted an over-age extension. ¼ of the team must not have reached the age […]
The ISU has published communication 2380 which contains decisions of the council and important updates to Synchronized Skating including: Continued validity of ISU Communications for Synchronized Skating for season 2021/22 Synchronized Skating age limit exception Season 2021/22
The ISU has published Communication 2382 which contains important technical information regarding the short programs for Junior and Senior Singles and Pairs.
For the 2021-2022 skating season, the Novice synchronized skating category will be permitted an over-age extension. ¼ of the team must not have reached the age of 16 by July 1st preceding the competition.
Skate Canada Service Centre will be closed starting at 4:30 pm (ET) on Wednesday, December 23 and will reopen for regular business at 8:00 am (ET) on Monday, January 4, 2021. Skate Canada would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
In partnership with Patinage Québec and Skate Ontario, Skate Canada is pleased to announce a new mentorship initiative to support synchronized skating coaches that are interested in expanding their technical and tactical skills set this season. Together, we will facilitate the mentee-mentor coach connections and technical development opportunities across Canada. A total of nine mentor […]