As published in the ISU Technical Handbook (singles/pairs), a clear visible difficult attempt of an entry or exit of a spin will be counted the first time it is identified. If not awarded, subsequent attempts at a difficult entry or exit will be considered as transition and will not count for the level of the […]
2022-2023 Season Domestic and ISU Technical Clarifications
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 […]
Synchronized Skating Clarifications
ISU Additional Questions & Answers #2 is now available. Note that the Skate Canada Scoring software has not been updated to incorporate the “!” for Features and Additional Features not executed at the same time due to a choreographic error. For the 2021-2022 season, in the case where the reduction by judges is to be […]
Domestic Synchronized Skating Events – Technical Clarification
Technical call procedure for medical emergencies: In the case of ME and a team skating with one less skater: If there are up to four different fms and there are not at least four skaters executing each fm not due to a fall – MEB + fmB is called.