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Figure Skating Championships Ice Dance Championships Ice Dance International Registration Calendar. Summer Calendar International adult figure skating competition. October 14-20, 2019. Click here for announcement. Click here to register for individual events. Click here to register for synchronized skating events. Back to Top. International Adult Figure Skating Competition takes place every year in Oberstdorf (GER) and Vancouver (CAN). The competition is for adult skaters who have reached at least the age of twenty eights (28) and Synchronized skaters at least the age of twenty five (25) before July 1st preceding the event but have not reached the age of seventy eight (78) before July 1st preceding the competition.

U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships. Home. 2020 U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships April 14-18 Newark, Delaware. REGISTER 12.15.19 U.S. FIGURE SKATING. Lori Fussell NVC, Adult Skating - Competitions Committee [email protected] Events Department. [email protected] EMS Support [email protected] Adult Sectional Championships and U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships Adult sectional championships, annual qualifying events for the U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships, are held in each section of the country and include a corresponding nonqualifying competition at the discretion of the Local Organizing Committee.

The U.S. Figure Skating adult qualifying competition season consists of four events, including three qualifying events (adult sectional championships) and the U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships. All four events are sanctioned by U.S. Figure Skating and conducted according to the most current U.S. Figure Skating Rulebook. Canada’s Donald Jackson landed the first triple Lutz jump in international competition at the 1962 World Figure Skating Championships where he won gold. He is a four-time national champion and the 1960 Olympic bronze medalist.

A figure skating competition is a judged sports competition in figure skating in the US have a separate competitive track which culminates in the U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships (colloquially Adult Nationals). Most divisions at this competition are non-qualifying events with open entries, but there is also a more rigorous set of. Adult figure skating is a term used by skating organizations to refer to tests and competitions for amateur ice skaters over 21. The category was originally aimed at skaters who had taken up the sport as adults, but more recently has expanded to include adult skaters performing and competing at an 'elite' level (Adult Masters), many of whom had skated competitively as children or adolescents.