Provisional allotments of ISU Championships 2020 (Worlds-Montreal/Euros-Graz/4CC-Seoul/WJC-Tallinn)

Sylvia

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Announced by the ISU today (June 6, 2017): http://www.isu.org/en/news-and-events/news/2017/06/provisional-allotments-of-isu-championships-2020

The ISU Council decided to provisionally allot the following ISU Championships for the year 2020:
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Figure Skating

ISU European Figure Skating Championships – Graz, Austria

ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships – Seoul, Republic of Korea

ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships – Tallinn, Estonia

ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships – Nottingham, Great Britain

ISU World Figure Skating Championships – Montreal, Canada

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships – Pending

Patinage Quebec announced Montreal's successful 2020 Worlds bid via Facebook on Sunday (Skate Canada has not yet issued their own press release) - link is here: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/in...id-for-2020-worlds.98808/page-11#post-5080837
 

Sylvia

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Recapping all the provisional allotments known at this time:

ISU Figure Skating Championships 2018 & Olympics
Europeans: Moscow RUS, January 15-21, 2018
Four Continents: Taipei City TPE, January 23-28, 2018
Olympics in PyeongChang KOR, February 9-25, 2018
Junior Worlds: Sofia BUL, March 5-11, 2018
Worlds: Milan ITA, March 19-25, 2018 - ticket info/event thread in GSD: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/index.php?threads/2018-worlds-in-milano.101291/

Grand Prix Final (Senior & Junior): Vancouver CAN, December 5-9, 2018

ISU Figure Skating Championships 2019
Europeans: Minsk, Belarus, January 21-27, 2019
Four Continents: Colorado Springs, CO, February 4-10, 2019
Junior Worlds: Zagreb CRO, March 4-10, 2019
Worlds: Saitama City JPN, March 18-24, 2019
 

cris

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How the fcuck do you get to Graz? :lol:
The low-cost option: fly Ryanair from Dublin to Bratislava and then take the Flixbus bus (4 hours) to Graz
The non low-cost option: fly Air Lingus from Dublin to Vienna and then bus or train. But you've probably thought of that already.:)
 

allezfred

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The low-cost option: fly Ryanair from Dublin to Bratislava and then take the Flixbus bus (4 hours) to Graz
The non low-cost option: fly Air Lingus from Dublin to Vienna and then bus or train. But you've probably thought of that already.:)

Not much difference between Ryanair and Aer Lingus in terms of cost these days. ;)

Google Maps says 23hrs car ride from Dublin :saint:

How long from Uranus? :p

I see Lufthansa, Swiss and KLM fly there so I guess I could get there with a change. :drama:
 

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