ISU Championships 2015 provisional allotments

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  1. chika3

    chika3 Member

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    The ISU Council has made the following ISU Championships allotments:
    Provisional Allotments ISU Championships
    Season 2014/15 ISU Championships

    ISU European Figure Skating Championships – Stockholm/Sweden
    ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships – Seoul/Republic of Korea
    ISU Junior World Figure Skating Championships – Pending
    ISU World Figure Skating Championships – Shanghai/China

    http://www2.isu.org/vsite/vnavsite/...3,4844-205151-222374-nav-list,00.html?id=1081
     
  2. allezfred

    allezfred Old and Immature Admin Staff Member

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    Stockholm, Seoul and Shanghai. Guess they need to choose another city beginning with S for 2015 Junior Worlds! lol
     
  3. l'etoile

    l'etoile New Member

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    Wow, this is the third time Korea holds 4cc now. I think they need to up their expectation and preparation for these skating events considering the biggest event they'll be having in 2018.
     
  4. Zemgirl

    Zemgirl Well-Known Member

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    Back to Sofia? :D

    Certainly the fields will be very different from what we'll be seeing the next two seasons...
     
  5. IceIceBaby

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    :fragile: The thought of it makes me so sad!
     
  6. allezfred

    allezfred Old and Immature Admin Staff Member

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    First time Worlds will be in China. That's a big deal!
     
  7. Carina

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    Wheee, championships in my hometown !!! Post-olympics Euros though, but still :)))
     
  8. SamuraiK

    SamuraiK Well-Known Member

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    2008 Worlds in Sweden were crowded, so Im happy they get Euros, specially after the dumb decisión of givin 2013 to Zagreb aka *dead crowd* again.


    First worlds in CHINA, yay! Another positive sign of that Fed intentions to keep developing the sport there.

    And I agree Korea needs to hold a World Championship before 2018. 2016 Worlds maybe??..
     
  9. allezfred

    allezfred Old and Immature Admin Staff Member

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    Three Worlds in Asia in a row isn't going to happen. 2016 will probably be in the U.S.
     
  10. SamuraiK

    SamuraiK Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, forgot 2014 is in Japan. US is cool though.
     
  11. SpeedySucks

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    My guess is that 2016 Worlds will go to Europe, and the USFSA will hold out for 2017 Worlds. Not only is this the first time for back-to-back Worlds in Asia, but it's also the first time since the 1950s that the U.S. will go more than 6 years in between hosting.
     
  12. Proustable

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    Will Canada and the USA really dominate between pre-Olympic worlds like that (they would've had four of the five from 2001 to 2017)?
     
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  13. barbk

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    What's Shanghai like in March weather-wise?
     
  14. kwanfan1818

    kwanfan1818 I <3 Kozuka

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    Euros in Sweden again :cheer2:
     
  15. lexeoe

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    If US decides to go for Worlds 16/17 i hope they field Boston. I know they just got Nationals 2014. If not Boston, hmmmm...... I can't think of any other city.
     
  16. victoriaheidi

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    JW in...San Francisco? :D There isn't really a venue that I can think of. That's just wishful thinking.
     
  17. skipaway

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    Spokane?

    Also, I'd love to see World's back in DC. Had a blast sharing it with my family members.
     
  18. oleada

    oleada Well-Known Member

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    Exciting that China gets Worlds for the first time! I do hope that the attendance is better than Cup of China, though.
     
  19. npavel

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    yes, really great:encore::40beers:
     
  20. victoriaheidi

    victoriaheidi New Member

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    I'm still bummed that I wasn't following skating when Worlds were here in Los Angeles!
     
  21. Lara

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    It's cool seeing the progression after going through my old tapes - first CoC, then 4CC, then GPF. I was actually wondering when they'd get Worlds!

    I do hope the attendance will be good especially if there don't happen to be major Chinese contenders by then (fingers crossed for Yan Han, Zijun Li and improvement from Sui/Han).
     
  22. essence_of_soy

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    I vote for Sydney, Sbrisbane, or Smelbourne (okay, the last one didn't sound too great putting an "s" in front of it).

    But Australia is never going to get a major international after the 2000 Worlds snub.
     
  23. essence_of_soy

    essence_of_soy Well-Known Member

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    Actually, Oakland, CA held Worlds in 1992. So, you never know.
     
  24. UMBS Go Blue

    UMBS Go Blue KWEEN 2016! YES WE KWAN!

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    Was there when 2011 Worlds were originally to have happened in late March. Pretty nice out, not so cold as to warrant a coat if you have a long-sleeve shirt (even at night time), but not so hot as to warrant light clothing. About 70-75F during in the day, 60F at night.

    Should be a great event, not only for skating's visibility in China and for Chinese skating, but for adventurous travelers as well, as the city not only personifies the Chinese need for speed in getting ahead, but also boasts all the high-end comforts, luxuries, and amenities found in the highest circles in the West.
     
  25. barbk

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    That sounds about perfect. Maybe I can make that happen.
     
  26. michelle K

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    2015 Four Continents in Seoul? I thought Gangneung (Pyeongchang) would be given an event to test operational readiness of the actual Olympic venue? Does this mean another ISU championship will be held in Korea before 2018?
     
  27. essence_of_soy

    essence_of_soy Well-Known Member

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    ^ Interesting point
     
  28. SpeedySucks

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    The figure skating venue in Gangneung has not been constructed yet; once it is, I'm guessing that Gangneung will host either the 2016-17 GPF or 2017 4CC. Korea hosted the 2008 4CC, 2008-09 GPF, and 2010 4CC, so they've hosted several major events in the same quadrennium previously.
     
  29. lexeoe

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    which venue in Seoul will they be using? I'm thinking of Jamsil Arena or the Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool. Both facilities were used for Seoul 1988
     
  30. vigiliae

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    Both 2008 4CC and 07/08 GPF was held at Seongsa Ice arena located on the outskirts of Seoul. Before that Mokdong Ice rink was a major venue for ice events incl. Jr Worlds AFAIK. 2010 4CC was at Jeonju, not Seoul.

    I personally don't think they will make temporary ice for the event especially in Jamsil area. Jamsil gymnasium has been used for ice shows for several times but it is usually booked for basketball/volleyball league and it's nearly impossible to get a practice rink near the place. Both Mokdong and Seongsa have practice rinks so I assume one of them will be the venue.