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    MTTScores for ISU Figure Skating Championships 2014 and Olympic Winter Games 2014

    Minimum Total Technical Scores for ISU Figure Skating Championships 2014 and the Olympic Winter Games 2014
    http://isu.sportcentric.net/db//files/serve.php?id=4529

    ISU European and ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2014 and Olympic Winter Games 2014:
    MEN SP 25.00 FS 45.00
    LADIES SP 20.00 FS 36.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 20.00 FS 36.00
    ICE DANCE SD 18.00 FD 28.00

    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2014*):
    MEN SP 20.00 FS 40.00
    LADIES SP 20.00 FS 35.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 20.00 FS 30.00
    ICE DANCE SD 18.00 FD 28.00

    ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2014:
    MEN SP 34.00 FS 63.00
    LADIES SP 26.00 FS 46.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 24.00 FS 41.00
    ICE DANCE SP 28.00 FS 38.00

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    Interesting that the minimum score for the Olympics is the same as Europeans and Four Continents, rather than Worlds..

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    Here's the rest of the text (ISU Communication No. 1797 linked in post #1):
    The Minimum Total Technical Score (not including Component Scores) is a Technical Score and must have been reached in an ISU recognized International Competition (as per Article 38, paragraph 7 of the ISU Constitution and Rule 107, paragraphs 1 to 9 of the ISU General Regulations) during the ongoing or immediately preceding season in both segments, Short Program/Short Dance and Free Skating/Free Dance (See ISU Special Regulations Single & Pair Skating Ice Dance 2012, Rule 378, paragraph 3).

    While the Minimum Total Technical Score must be reached separately in each segment (not a total of the two segments), the Minimum Total Technical Score for each segment may be reached at different competitions.

    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2014*):
    MEN SP 20.00 FS 40.00
    LADIES SP 20.00 FS 35.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 20.00 FS 30.00
    ICE DANCE SD 18.00 FD 28.00

    *) the required minimum Total Technical Score for the Short Program/Short Dance and the Free Skating/Free Dance segment to participate in the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships can only be obtained in registered International Junior Competitions/Championships.
    For reference, here were the minimum TES requirements from last season:
    Further to ISU Communication No. 1742, item 7, ISU Communication 1767, item 7 and internal consultations among all competent ISU bodies, it was decided to revise the Minimum Total Technical Scores for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2013 as follows:

    Men
    SP 32.00 points (changed from 35.00)
    FS 60.00 points (changed from 65.00)

    Ladies
    SP 26.00 points (changed from 28.00)
    FS 46.00 points (changed from 48.00)

    Pairs
    SP 24.00 points (changed from 28.00)
    FS 41.00 points (changed from 45.00)

    Ice Dance
    Short Dance 29.00 points (unchanged)
    FD 39.00 points (unchanged)

    ISU European and ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2013:
    MEN SP 25.00 FS 45.00
    LADIES SP 20.00 FS 36.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 20.00 FS 36.00
    ICE DANCE SD 18.00 FD 28.00

    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2013:
    MEN SP 20.00 FS 40.00
    LADIES SP 20.00 FS 35.00
    PAIR SKATING SP 20.00 FS 30.00
    ICE DANCE SD 17.00 FD 27.00
    Last edited by Sylvia; 06-18-2013 at 04:40 PM.
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Wheeler View Post
    Interesting that the minimum score for the Olympics is the same as Europeans and Four Continents, rather than Worlds..
    I think they want to avoid that skaters qualify a spot for the OWG and then can't go because of the minimum score and also to avoid having to lower the minimum score in case not enough people have it.

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    Cool, I'll be posting the Data of skaters who already have the scores later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Wheeler View Post
    Interesting that the minimum score for the Olympics is the same as Europeans and Four Continents, rather than Worlds..
    A good thing for Pairs teams! Don't 20 couples make it to the Olympics?
    I meant to take the high road.... but I missed the exit.

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    Perhaps the Olympic minimums were set in place to avoid the scenario where Olympic spots are earned in Nebelhorn, but nobody actually met the technical minimums to actually compete in the Olympics.

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