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2025 World Figure Skating Championships

2025 World Figure Skating Championships
The 2025 World Figure Skating Championships will take place March 24-30, 2025, in Boston, Mass. Worlds is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union. ISU Member nations select their entries according to their own criteria and skaters must be at least seventeen before July 1 preceding the Championships. ISU Event page

2025 World Synchronized Skating Championships

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2025 World Synchronized Skating Championships
The 2025 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships will take place Apr 4-5, 2025, in Helsinki, Finland. The event will be conducted in accordance with the ISU Constitution and General Regulations, the ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Synchronized Skating, as well as all pertinent ISU Communications. Each participating team must consist of sixteen (16) skaters and may have up to a maximum of four (4) alternates listed on the Team Entry Form. ISU event page

2026 European Figure Skating Championships

2026 European Figure Skating Championships
The 2026 European Figure Skating Championships will take place January 12-18, 2026, in Sheffield, Great Britain. The event is sanctioned by the International Skating Union (ISU) and is one of the four (World, Four Continents, and World Junior Championships) annual figure skating competitions designated “ISU Championships.” Skaters must belong to a European member nation of the ISU to compete and must be at least seventeen before July 1 preceding the event. ISU Event Page

2026 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2026 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
The 2026 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will take place in March 2-8, 2026, in Tallinn, Estonia. "Junior Worlds" is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union. ISU Member nations select their entries according to their own criteria. Only skaters who have reached the age of fifteen and who have not reached the age of nineteen before July 1 preceding the Championships may compete. ISU Event Page

2026 World Figure Skating Championships

2026 World Figure Skating Championships
The 2026 World Figure Skating Championships will take place March 23-29, 2026, in Prague, Czech Republic. Worlds is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union. ISU Member nations select their entries according to their own criteria and skaters must be at least seventeen before July 1 preceding the Championships. ISU Event page

2026 World Synchronized Skating Championships

2026 World Synchronized Skating Championships
The 2026 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships will take place Apr 10-11, 2026, in Salzburg, Austria. The event will be conducted in accordance with the ISU Constitution and General Regulations, the ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Synchronized Skating, as well as all pertinent ISU Communications. Each participating team must consist of sixteen (16) skaters and may have up to a maximum of four (4) alternates listed on the Team Entry Form. ISU Event Page

2027 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2027 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
The 2027 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will take place February 22-28, 2027, in Sofia, Bulgaria. "Junior Worlds" is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union. ISU Member nations select their entries according to their own criteria. Only skaters who have reached the age of fifteen and who have not reached the age of nineteen before July 1 preceding the Championships may compete. ISU Event page

2027 World Synchronized Figure Skating Championships

2027 World Synchronized Skating Championships
The 2027 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships will take place Apr 2-3, 2027, in Nottingham, Great Britain. The event will be conducted in accordance with the ISU Constitution and General Regulations, the ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Synchronized Skating, as well as all pertinent ISU Communications. Each participating team must consist of sixteen (16) skaters and may have up to a maximum of four (4) alternates listed on the Team Entry Form.

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