2013 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic: Sep 11-15 [Salt Lake City, Utah]
ETA, link to pages with STARTING ORDERS and LIVE RESULTS (plus start times for each event):
Tip of the hat to freedance for being the first to post the link in the thread.
Official announcement (7-page PDF):
The event will feature the following disciplines:
~ Senior Ladies - singles (max. of entries 18)
~ Senior Men - singles (max. of entries 18)
~ Senior Pairs (max. of 8 entered teams)
~ Senior Ice Dance (max. of 10 entered teams)
ETA (Aug 27):
Thx to IndependentObserver for the long-awaited list of all competitors.
15 Ice Dance couples; 16 Ladies; 13 Men; 8 Pairs.
Per USFS press release (Aug 27):
Icenetwork will provide complete event coverage of the U.S. International Classic and Challenge Skate.
Exclusive streaming video of all competition will be available to subscribers, while free recaps, news and photos will be accessible to all users.
The Organizer will preferably accept skaters and couples having taken part in the finals of the Senior or Junior ISU Championships of the last two (2) seasons.
As the host organizer, U.S. Figure Skating reserves the right to enter a maximum of four (4) entries in each discipline.
Additionally Canada will be invited to enter a maximum of two (2) entries in each discipline with all other member nations invited to enter one (1) entry with alternate entries listed in case of openings.
The preliminary entries must reach the Organizer by Friday, July 12, 2013 and all final entries no later than Friday, August 2, 2013 at the latest.
ETA (Aug 27):
2013 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic day-by-day schedule (subject to change, all times ET)
Wednesday, Sept. 11
~ Official practice - All dayThursday, Sept. 12
~ Pairs short program - 7 p.m.Friday, Sept. 13
~ Men's short program - 8:30 p.m.
~ Short dance - 2 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 14
~ Ladies short program - 4:30 p.m.
~ Pairs free skate - 7:15 p.m.
~ Men's free skate - 8:45 p.m.
~ Ladies free skate - 5:30 p.m.
~ Free dance - 8:15 p.m.
Again in 2013:
In addition to the senior events, U.S. Figure Skating will also be conducting the “U.S. Challenge Skate”, a developmental competition that will be held at the same time featuring U.S. only athletes in the Junior and Novice divisions.
ETA, thanks to Doris for creating the Senior B sub-forum and moving this thread over there.