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OVERVIEW
Figure Skating competitions will welcome a maximum of 300 skaters and will be held at the Olympic-sized rink at the Maurice-Richard Arena, located in the Parc olympique.

DATES

SANCTIONED BY

RULES
Competitions sanctioned by Skate Canada

AFFILIATION
For the component sanctioned by Skate Canada, the competition will be open to all members of a national figure skating federation which is a member of the ISU.

COMPETITION FORMAT

1. Non-Sanctioned Component
(reserved for non-eligible and/or professional athletes and coaches)

Couples (men's pairs) Freestyle
Couples (women's pairs) Freestyle
Dance (men's pairs) Freestyle
Dance (women's pairs) Freestyle
Class I 18 - 29
Class II 30 - 39
Class III 40 - 49
Class IV 50 +

2. Sanctioned Component by Skate Canada
(reserved for eligible amateur athletes and officials)

Category Event Level
Men's Single Freestyle Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters
Women's Single Freestyle Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters
Men's Single Interpretive  
Women's Single Interpretive  
Couples (mixed pairs) Freestyle  
Ice Dancing (mixed pairs) Compulsory Dances Bronze, Silver, Gold
Ice Dancing (mixed pairs) Freestyle Bronze, Silver, Gold

* Mixed pairs are composed of one man and one woman.

Class I 18 - 29
Class II 30 - 39
Class III 40 - 49
Class IV 50 et +

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

SINGLE : FREESTYLE

Bronze Freestyle – Maximum duration 1:40 (instrumental music only)

Competitors must execute a balanced programme consisting of:

Silver Freestyle – Maximum duration 2:10 (instrumental music only)

Competitors must execute a balanced programme consisting of:

Gold Freestyle – Maximum duration 2:40 (instrumental music only)
Competitors must execute a balanced programme consisting of:

Masters Freestyle – Maximum duration 3:10 (instrumental music only)

Competitors must execute a balanced programme consisting of:

SINGLE : INTERPRETIVE

Events Prerequisite Programme Time
Bronze Interpretive Reserved for skaters without experience in the Interpretive Programme. One Interpretive programme, 2.0 to 3.0 minutes (+/- 10 seconds) in length
Silver Interpretive Reserved for skaters with some experience in the Interpretive Programme.
Gold Interpretive Reserved for skaters with extensive experience in the Interpretive Programme.
  1. A maximum of 2 different lifts
  2. One throw jump (single or double)
  3. One side by side jump (solo, combination or sequence)
  4. One pair spin or pair spin combination: minimum 3 rotations
  5. One side by side spin (solo or combination): minimum 4 rotations
  6. One death spiral or pivot figure
  7. One step sequence or arabesque sequence

ICE DANCING
Each couple will be composed of one woman and one man. The ISU's official music for compulsory dance will be used.

COMPULSORY DANCE EVENTS

Bronze – Foxtrot (3 sequences)
Silver – Tango (2 sequences)
Gold – Starlight Waltz (2 sequences)

FREE DANCE

Bronze – Maximum duration 2 minutes (+/- 10 seconds)

The Free Dance must be structured in accordance with ISU Rule 510, with the following modifications:

Duration: 2 minutes (+/- 10 seconds)

Music: Vocal music is not permitted.

The following elements are required for a balanced programme:

  • Lift: Maximum of one dance lift, with a maximum duration of 5 seconds, from the list below:

Stationary lifts are not permitted.

  • Dance Spin: Maximum of one dance spin composed of at least 2 rotations on one foot for both partners (a 2-foot start is permitted). Combination spins are not permitted.
  • Step Sequence: A diagonal step sequence (from one corner to the other) or straight line step sequence (the complete length of the rink) in varied dance positions (except for hand-in-hand, with.
  • Synchronised Twizzles : 1 synchronized twizzle on one foot for each partner. The twizzle must include at least one rotation on one foot executed by both partners simultaneously.

Silver – Maximum duration 2 minutes 30 seconds (+/- 10 seconds)

The Free Dance must be structured in accordance with ISU Rule 510, with the following modifications:

Duration: 2 minutes 30 seconds (+/- 10 seconds)

Music: Vocal music is not permitted.

The following elements are required for a balanced programme.

  • Lift: Maximum of one dance lift, with a maximum duration of 5 seconds, from the list below:
    1. Straight Line Lift
    2. Serpentine Lift
    3. Rotaional Lift
    Stationary lifts are not permitted.
  • Dance Spin: Maximum of one dance spin composed of 2 rotations on one foot for both partners (a 2-foot start is permitted). Combination spins are not permitted.
  • Step Sequence: A diagonal step sequence (from one corner to the other) or straight line step sequence (the complete length of the rink) in varied dance positions (except for hand-in-hand, with arms completely extended).
  • Synchronised Twizzles: 1 synchronised twizzle on one foot for each partner. The twizzle must include at least one rotation on one foot executed by both partners simultaneously.

Gold – Maximum duration 3 minutes (+/- 10 seconds)

The Free Dance must be structured in accordance with ISU Rule 510, with the following modifications.

Music: Vocal music is not permitted.

The following elements are required for a balanced programme:

  • Lift: Maximum of 2 dance lifts, with a maximum duration of 5 seconds, from the list below:
    1. Straight Line Lift
    2. Stationary Lift
    3. Serpentine Lift
    4. Rotational Lift
  • Dance Spin: Maximum of one dance spin composed of 2 rotations on one foot for both partners (a 2-foot start is permitted). Combination spins are not permitted.
  • Step Sequence: A counter-clockwise circular step sequence in Waltz, Tango or Foxtrot position, using the full width of the ice surface.
  • Synchronised Twizzles: 1 series of synchronised twizzles on one foot for both partners, with a maximum of 3 steps between twizzles. The twizzle must include at least one rotation on one foot executed by both partners simultaneously.

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

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Wednesday, 2 August
9:00-12:00 Practice  
13:00-16:00 Competition:  
  Pairs Freestyle
  Women’s Singles Freestyle
  Dance Compulsory Dances
  Men’s Singles Interpretative
16:00-17:00 Demonstration  
17:00 Medal Presentations  

Thursday, 3 August
9:00-12:00 Practice  
13:00-16:00 Competition:  
  Women’s Singles Interpretative
  Dance Free Dance
  Men’s Singles Freestyle
16:00-17:00 Demonstration  
17:00 Medal Presentations  

SHOW – MASQUARADE ON ICE

Saturday, 5 August
13:00-15:00 Masquarade on Ice

REFEREES AND OFFICIALS
Information available soon.

ACCREDITATION
During the accreditation, participants from Canada will be required to show government-issued identification with a photo. For athletes from all other countries, a passport will be the preferred form of identification. Furthermore, every participant will be required to provide his or her participant number.


ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Information available soon.

SPORT COORDINATOR
For more information about Figure Skating, please email us at figureskating@montreal2006.org.

REGISTRATION FOLLOW-UP
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REGISTRATION

You can always register off-line at figure skating .
Contact us now at figureskating@montreal2006.org in order to benefit from our last minute registration offers.  Looking forward to seeing you in Montreal this summer!

FULL REGISTRATION PACKAGE*
  • One event (sport or culture)
  • Participation at the Opening Ceremony
  • Participation at the Closing Ceremony
  • One métro/bus pass
  • A participation medal
  • Free admission as a spectator to your selected sport/cultural activities
  • Reduced admission fee to all other sports (as a spectator)
  • Participant Souvenir Bag which includes: city and transit maps, official games programme, souvenir poster and Montréal and Québec tourist information brochures
  • Rebate of $100 CAD for the International Conference
  • 20% discount for the games' souvenir book
  • Over a week of friendship, fun and discoveries!

*Note :

- Subject to change without notice.

- Additional sports/cultural activity (maximum 3) at $75 CAD.

- Offer valid for new registration. Subject to availability as some   events (sport or culture) may close before the deadline.

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À LA CARTE PROMOTION*
  • One event (sport or culture)
  • A participation medal
  • Free admission as a spectator to your selected sport/cultural activities
  • Participant Souvenir Bag which includes: city and transit maps, official games programme, souvenir poster and Montréal and Québec tourist information brochures
  • Over a week of friendship, fun and discoveries!

*Note :

- Subject to change without notice.

- Additional sports/cultural activity (maximum 3) at $75 CAD.

- Offer valid for new registration. Subject to availability as some   events (sport or culture) may close before the deadline.

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