Skate Canada Response to ISU Communication 2316

In consideration of ISU Communication 2316, Skate Canada will extend the upper age limits for the 2020-2021 season only for the following categories: Junior Ice Dance Novice, Intermediate, and Junior Synchro These extended age limits only apply to teams that were already competing together during the 2019-2020 season. For Junior Ice Dance teams opting for […]

Synchronized Skating Process for Medical Exemption at Domestic Competitions

There may be instances where the teams are skating with fewer than intended skaters due to an unforeseen medical issue.Teams providing proper documentation and notice to the Technical Representative should not be penalized unfairly in these circumstances. (This process applies to all domestic categories except for Junior and Senior which will follow ISU rules) Synchronized […]

2020 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships Schedule

The preliminary block schedule has been developed based on information in the rules associated with the qualifying structure and the number of teams indicated as participating in each of Novice, Junior, Senior, Intermediate and Open categories. All teams will be either competing and/or practicing on Friday, February 21, 2020 and the competition will close on […]

ISU Communication 2270 – Synchronized Skating

The ISU has published an updated communication (2270) related to Synchronized Skating difficulty groups of elements (appendix A) and features and difficulty groups of additional features (appendix B) to take effect immediately. This replaces ISU Communication 2247 and the document indicates all changes by either underlining or crossing out. This is important information for officials […]