USFS Qualifying Season Plans

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Still dont know why they dont choose CA since so many skaters are there...
Glacier Falls FSC has moved their annual Summer Classic non-qualifying club comp. to Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2020 (before the start of USFS' qualifying series of competitions) in Anaheim, CA - link to their latest Announcement: http://glacierfalls.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/2020-GlacierFalls-Announcement-October-2020.pdf

All Year FSC usually hosts their annual non-qualifying club competition, Golden West, on Labor Day weekend but has now shifted the dates to December 11-13, 2020 (after USFS' qualifying series of competitions is over)) at Great Park Ice in Irvine, CA: http://allyearfsc.com/2020-golden-west-championships/

(I'm cross-posting this in the U.S. Club Competitions thread in the Kiss & Cry section.)
 

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Prior to Aug. 17, U.S. Figure Skating will publish a comprehensive Championship Series Athlete and Coach Handbook with a full outline of the Championship Series and technical information.
The 13-page PDF (handbook dated 8/17/20) is linked from here: https://www.uschampionshipseries.com/

● The deadline to register for inclusion in the series is Sept. 25. Late entries to the series will not be not accepted.

OPEN Registration; Aug. 17 – Sept. 1
● All competitions will be open for registration.

LIMITED Registration: Sept. 7 – Sept. 25
● Competitions with remaining availability will be open for registration.

From the FAQ at the end:

Q: Will spectators be allowed?
A: At this time, it is safe to assume no spectators will be allowed. However, if an operation and safety plan can include spectators, you will be made aware. Information will be posted on the competition website.

Q: Will these events be live-streamed?
A: Yes, you can watch all events LIVE. Juvenile through novice events will be available to view free on the U.S. Figure Skating Fan Zone and junior/senior events via an NBC Universal streaming service – subscription required.
 
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I noticed they didn't say "NBC Sports Gold" which makes me think that the people predicting skating will move to Peacock are correct.
Here is what "sportsvideo.org" is saying about Premier Soccer League which also was on NBC Sports Gold, so I agree that Figure Skating will probably move, as well, however I believe it will be on Peacock Premium, which will be a fee ($9.95 per month?):

"All content presented on NBC Sports Gold's “Premier League Pass” will shift exclusively to Peacock Premium with the start of the 2020-21 Premier League season. ... NBC and NBCSN will continue to present extensive Premier League live match coverage, as well as pre- and post-match shows and additional shoulder programming"
 
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Yikes, just when Comcast started offering the NBC Sports app....but I just checked and apparently, Comcast/Xfinity customers get Peacock Premium for free. :) I just hope the comps can be held, safely, so we can watch them.
 

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This information was sent out on Saturday to all registered skaters so I was surprised it was not yet shared here.
Updated August 25, 2020.

SENIOR BYES AND ADVANCEMENT SINGLES
  • Athletes who placed in the top-five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive an automatic bye to the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships per rule 2501 (B)(2)(a).
  • The top four (4) scores from U.S. Figure Skating’s International Selection Pool (ISP) Points Challenge (less the top 5 byes listed above) will receive a bye.
  • The top three (3) total combined scores from each section in 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
  • The next best six (6) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
PAIRS
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2502 (B)(2)(a).
  • The top four (4) scores from the ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will earn a bye.
  • The top nine (9) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
ICE DANCE
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2503 (B)(2)(a).
  • The top four (4) combined total scores from ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will receive abye.
  • The top nine (9) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
Notes: Per rule 2500 (see below) Athletes/teams receiving a bye are required to register for the 2021 U.S.Figure Skating Championship Series AND register for at least one competition prior to the deadline of Sept. 25, 2020.

Additionally, all are highly encouraged to participate in the Championship Series and if skating, entry WILL NOT prohibit advancement for Series athletes. Failure to register in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships Series and one competition will result in the athlete not being eligible to compete in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and will forfeit any bye if applicable.

Required Minimum Score
The required minimum score for all senior skaters/teams to compete at the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships is under review for all disciplines and will be addressed in Fall 2020.
 

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Copied from the same document

JUNIOR ADVANCEMENT SINGLES
  • The top three (3) total combined scores from each section in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series will advance to the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
  • The next three (3) highest combined scores from across the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series will advance.
  • The top two (2) novice combined scores from each section in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series will advance to the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and compete as Juniors.
PAIRS
  • The top 12 total combined scores from across the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series will advance to the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
ICE DANCE
  • The top 12 total combined scores from across the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series will advance to the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Junior Note(s): - At this time, no junior skaters/teams will receive byes from the ISP Points Challenge. The points challenge would be reviewed IF live competitions could not happen however this decision was made to encourage these skaters/teams to compete live.
 

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Thank you for sharing the latest skater update, @concorde.

As of Sept. 4, registration has closed for the competitions in Norwood, MA & Henderson, NV, and the Series Handbook has been updated (linked from the top of the registration page): https://www.uschampionshipseries.com/page/show/5899081-registration

ETA:

Good to see the ISP Points Challenge virtual competition (details are supposed to announced sometime this week) will provide an opportunity for byes to Nationals for the senior level skaters/teams who don't already have byes.
Byes to 2021 Nationals based on Senior top 5 finish (per USFS rulebook) at 2020 Nationals:
Nathan Chen, Jason Brown, Tomoki Hiwatashi, Vincent Zhou, Andrew Torgashev;
Alysa Liu, Mariah Bell, Bradie Tennell, Karen Chen, Amber Glenn;
Chock/Bates, Hubbell/Donohue, Hawayek/Baker, Carreira/Ponomarenko, Green/Parsons;
Calalang/Johnson, Kayne/O’Shea, Cain-Gribble/LeDuc (1 & 5 split).
 
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Registration status of Sept. 8 (deadline to register for inclusion in the series is Sept. 25):

Blaine, Minn. | Nov. 9-13, 2020 | Singles
Norwood, Mass. | Nov. 10-15, 2020 | Singles, Pairs CLOSED
Spokane, Wash. | Nov. 10-15, 2020 | Singles
Alpharetta, Ga. | Nov. 17-20, 2020 | Singles
Fort Wayne, Ind | Nov. 17-20, 2020 | Singles, Ice Dance CLOSED
Henderson, Nev. | Nov. 24-28, 2020 | Singles, Pairs CLOSED
Leesburg, Va. | Dec. 1-6, 2020 | Singles, Ice Dance CLOSED
Frisco, Texas | Dec. 1-6, 2020 | Singles CLOSED

ETA:
Good to see the ISP Points Challenge virtual competition (details are supposed to announced sometime this week)
Link to the ISP Points Challenge thread (first group of Junior singles results/videos available now): https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/threads/usfs-isp-points-challenge-sep-and-oct-2020.107555/
 
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Update on Senior level byes to 2021 Nationals now that the ISP Points Challenge has been completed.

Link to PDF posted on both the USFS and Championship Series websites: 2021 TOYOTA U.S. FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS ATHLETE BYE & ADVANCEMENT CRITERIA As of August 25, 2020 (subject to change)

SENIOR BYES AND ADVANCEMENT SINGLES
  • Athletes who placed in the top-five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive an automatic bye to the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships per rule 2501 (B)(2)(a).
    Nathan Chen, Jason Brown, Tomoki Hiwatashi, Vincent Zhou, Andrew Torgashev
    Alysa Liu, Mariah Bell, Bradie Tennell, Karen Chen, Amber Glenn
  • The top four (4) scores from U.S. Figure Skating’s International Selection Pool (ISP) Points Challenge (less the top 5 byes listed above) will receive a bye.
    Alex Krasnozhon, Camden Pulkinen, Jimmy Ma, Joseph Kang
    Audrey Shin, Starr Andrews, Pooja Kalyan, Lindsay Thorngren
  • The top three (3) total combined scores from each section in 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
  • The next best six (6) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
PAIRS
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2502 (B)(2)(a).
    Jessica Calalang/Brian Johnson, Tarah Kayne/Danny O’Shea, Ashley Cain-Gribble/Timothy LeDuc (1 & 5 split)
  • The top four (4) scores from the ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will earn a bye.
    Alexa Scimeca Knierim/Brandon Frazier, Audrey Lu/Misha Mitrofanov, Olivia Serafini/Mervin Tran, Katie McBeath/Nathan Bartholomay
  • The top nine (9) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
ICE DANCE
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2503 (B)(2)(a).
    Madison Chock/Evan Bates, Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue, Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc Baker, Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko, Caroline Green/Michael Parsons
  • The top four (4) combined total scores from ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will receive a bye.
    Molly Cesanek/Yehor Yehorov, Lorraine McNamara/Anton Spiridonov, Eva Pate/Logan Bye (only 3 teams competed without automatic byes)
  • The top nine (9) total combined scores from the nation in the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series (less byes/ISP Points Challenge) will advance.
Notes: Per rule 2500 (see below) Athletes/teams receiving a bye are required to register for the 2021 U.S.Figure Skating Championship Series AND register for at least one competition prior to the deadline of Sept. 25, 2020.

The 8 Championship Series competitions coming up:

Blaine, Minn. | Nov. 9-13, 2020 | Singles
Norwood, Mass. | Nov. 10-15, 2020 | Singles, Pairs
Spokane, Wash. | Nov. 10-15, 2020 | Singles
Alpharetta, Ga. | Nov. 17-20, 2020 | Singles
Fort Wayne, Ind | Nov. 17-20, 2020 | Singles, Ice Dance
Henderson, Nev. | Nov. 24-28, 2020 | Singles, Pairs
Leesburg, Va. | Dec. 1-6, 2020 | Singles, Ice Dance
Frisco, Texas | Dec. 1-6, 2020 | Singles
 

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I noticed they didn't say "NBC Sports Gold" which makes me think that the people predicting skating will move to Peacock are correct.
True. I receive an email about this as I'm sure every NBCSG subscriber did. But it takes a $4.99/month subscription.
 

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True. I receive an email about this as I'm sure every NBCSG subscriber did. But it takes a $4.99/month subscription.
You can get a yearly subscription for about what NBC Sports Gold cost so that's good. Plus a lot of us get it for free with our cable subscription, at least for now.
 

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Rinks in MA are closed for 2 weeks, starting tonight. I wouldn't be surprised if the closure was extended, which would affect the qual series event at SCOB that starts Nov. 10. And skaters' preparation will certainly be affected. :(

The closure is due to a large number of cases traced back to various hockey games/practices. Figure skating doesn't appear to be the problem but the rink closure is universal.
 

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Just read that there are now 4 states with similar rink closures - Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

Apparently one of the issues is that the hockey teams do not want to release their rosters to the contact tracers. What a mess! You gotta wonder if the shutdown will be extended.

Any update on the Norwood, MA event that is to start Nov 9?
 

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"UPDATE AS OF 10/29

With the Norwood Health Department’s continued approval of the event’s health and safety plans, the U.S. Figure Skating Championships Series event in Norwood, Mass., remains scheduled for Nov. 10-15."

I've posted the link to an article that quotes the Massachusetts Governor in this thread: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/th...social-distancing.107154/page-19#post-5888632
 

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Well, that’s good news. But any MA based skaters are unable to train for it, right?

Per the link above, all registered athletes from Massachusetts can train at the Skating Club of Boston starting this morning (without skaters paying non-member rates or coaches paying guest coaching fees):

MASSACHUSETTS athletes/coaches/attendees only​

The Skating Club of Boston has worked closely with local officials to provide training opportunities for those unable to practice in the lead-up to the competition. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 30, registered athletes and coaches who reside in Massachusetts may book ice at the Skating Club of Boston club member contract rate at the Norwood Facility. (Note: guest coaching fees will be waived).
 

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Several Texas skaters are upset that they arrived early and now cannot practice. I hope that exemption also covers non-Massachusetts skaters. From the quote above, it sounds like it only covers MA skaters who are registered for the event.
 

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posted on USFS website

UPDATE AS OF 10/29​

With the Norwood Health Department’s continued approval of the event’s health and safety plans, the U.S. Figure Skating Championships Series event in Norwood, Mass., remains scheduled for Nov. 10-15.​


Event Updates:

  • Expanding on the existing *********-19 Travel Orders for the state of Massachusetts, all attendees (in-state and out) will be required to present a negative PCR molecular test within 72 hours of check-in at the competition. There are no exceptions.​

    • Details on accepted tests can be found here and the LOC will provide a list of local resources next week​

    • This requirement applies to all athletes, coaches, chaperones, officials and volunteers​

    • Reminder: ALL attendees must also complete the U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series Health Attestation & Code of Conduct by Friday, Oct. 30​

  • MASSACHUSETTS athletes/coaches/attendees only​

    • The Skating Club of Boston has worked closely with local officials to provide training opportunities for those unable to practice in the lead-up to the competition. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 30, registered athletes and coaches who reside in Massachusetts may book ice at the Skating Club of Boston club member contract rate at the Norwood Facility. (Note: guest coaching fees will be waived).​

    • If traveling to this facility, expect to follow the Club’s established security and safety protocols which may be found HERE. For everyone’s safety, they will be strictly enforced.​

    • The ice schedule can be reviewed here HERE. To book ice or to ask questions, please call (617) 782-5900.​

    • The Mandatory Pre-Event Call will be held Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. ET to discuss the competition’s health and safety plans and what to expect onsite. Pre-register here.​

Additional questions can be directed to [email protected].​


U.S. Figure Skating, in collaboration with host Yarmouth Ice Club and venue host The Skating of Boston, will continue to closely monitor information provided by the State of Massachusetts and the Centers for Disease Control regarding the ongoing *********-19 ********* and its effects.​


Thank you for your patience and understanding in this evolving situation.​

 

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It's official (link to USFS' 11/2/20 press release): https://tinyurl.com/y2sjbt69
Due to the recent surge of C0VID-19, U.S. Figure Skating’s Board of Directors voted unanimously Sunday night to conduct the 2021 U.S. Championship Series presented by Toyota via virtual formats, allowing senior and junior athletes to qualify for an in-person 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships while providing high-level programming for Series-registered athletes at the novice, intermediate and juvenile levels.
“While we understand many of our athletes and their families may be disappointed by this announcement, the health and safety of our members remain paramount,” U.S. Figure Skating President Anne Cammett said. “As a skating community, our continued ability to adapt during the ongoing p*ndemic shows the resiliency of our athletes, coaches and officials and their passion for our sport.”
Senior and junior athletes registered for the Series and not previously qualified for the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships will be offered the opportunity to compete in a virtual qualifying competition for the remaining entry positions without needing to earn a minimum technical element score. Additional information will be provided Nov. 9.
Novice, intermediate and juvenile competitors registered for the Series will be offered the opportunity to participate in high-level competitive programming to identify the National High Performance Development Team. The programming, hosted by U.S. Figure Skating’s High Performance, Athlete Programs and Events departments, will offer a variety of virtual and in-person opportunities January through May, as conditions allow. Additional information will be provided Nov. 9.
"Further information, including the fee refund process, will be provided Nov. 9."
 
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Re-posting the senior level skaters/teams who have earned byes to 2021 Nationals:
2021 TOYOTA U.S. FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS ATHLETE BYE & ADVANCEMENT CRITERIA As of August 25, 2020 (subject to change)

SENIOR BYES AND ADVANCEMENT SINGLES
  • Athletes who placed in the top-five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive an automatic bye to the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships per rule 2501 (B)(2)(a).
    Nathan Chen, Jason Brown, Tomoki Hiwatashi, Vincent Zhou, Andrew Torgashev
    Alysa Liu, Mariah Bell, Bradie Tennell, Karen Chen, Amber Glenn
  • The top four (4) scores from U.S. Figure Skating’s International Selection Pool (ISP) Points Challenge (less the top 5 byes listed above) will receive a bye.
    Alex Krasnozhon, Camden Pulkinen, Jimmy Ma, Joseph Kang
    Audrey Shin, Starr Andrews, Pooja Kalyan, Lindsay Thorngren
PAIRS
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2502 (B)(2)(a).
    Jessica Calalang/Brian Johnson, Tarah Kayne/Danny O’Shea, Ashley Cain-Gribble/Timothy LeDuc (1 & 5 split)
  • The top four (4) scores from the ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will earn a bye.
    Alexa Scimeca Knierim/Brandon Frazier, Audrey Lu/Misha Mitrofanov, Olivia Serafini/Mervin Tran, Katie McBeath/Nathan Bartholomay
ICE DANCE
  • Teams placing in the top five (5) in the same event at the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships will receive a bye per rule 2503 (B)(2)(a).
    Madison Chock/Evan Bates, Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue, Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc Baker, Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko, Caroline Green/Michael Parsons
  • The top four (4) combined total scores from ISP Points Challenge (less top 5 byes) will receive a bye.
    Molly Cesanek/Yehor Yehorov, Lorraine McNamara/Anton Spiridonov, Eva Pate/Logan Bye (only 3 teams competed without automatic byes)
 

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From page 3 of the linked Detailed Announcement (as of Nov. 9): https://cdn3.sportngin.com/attachme...hip_Series_-_Virtual__FINAL_11-9-20__004_.pdf

VIRTUAL RESULTS & ADVANCEMENT
Results will be posted publicly the week of Dec. 21. The top scores in the nation as outlined below will
advance to the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships:

Senior Ladies – Top nine scores (+9 byes) = 18 total (3 groups)
Senior Men – Top nine scores (+9 byes) = 18 total (3 groups)
Senior Pairs – Top five scores (+7 byes) = 12 total (3 groups)
Senior Ice Dance – Not Applicable; no virtual event due to entry numbers: 8 byes + 6 registered teams = 14 total (3 groups) - teams are listed here: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/th...eason-news-updates.107355/page-4#post-5896511

Junior Ladies – Top 12 scores (2 groups)
Junior Men – Top 12 scores (2 groups)
Junior Pairs – Top eight scores (2 groups)
Junior Ice Dance – Top 10 scores (2 groups)

ETA from page 1:

VIRTUAL SERIES TIMELINE (As of Nov. 9, 2020. Subject to change)
Nov. 13 – Registration Opens via EMS (details below)
Nov. 20 – Registration Deadline (no late entries will be accepted)
Nov. 23 – Mandatory Athlete/Coach Call, Pre-Register Here • Performance dates will be provided after this call
Nov. 30 – Dec. 8: Scheduled Performance Dates
Dec. 9-20 – Ongoing Scoring (Protest window of 12 hours. Athlete receives PDF protocol.)
Week of Dec. 21 – Notification of final results for all events and confirmation of advancement to 2021 U.S. Championships.

Excerpts from the FAQ on pages 5-6:

This virtual competition is reserved for those looking to secure a spot at the 2021 Toyota U.S. Championships. Senior athletes who have already received byes (i.e. 2020 Top-5 or ISP Points Challenge - listed in post #116 above) are not eligible to participate.

Only athletes who are either in the Athlete High Performance Development Pool (AHPDP) or the International Selection Pool (ISP) will be eligible to skate-up and compete at the junior level. NO other skate-up opportunities will be allowed.

Results will be posted on usfigureskatingfanzone.com upon conclusion of the virtual series (the week of Dec. 21).

Video submissions will be available on public formats including usfigureskatingfanzone.com and NBC Peacock Premium.
 
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Forgot to mention that only ONE segment will be skated/judged for 2021 Nationals qualification:

Senior Singles Free Skate
Senior Pairs Free Skate
Junior Singles Free Skate
Junior Pairs Free Skate
Junior Free Dance
 

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Juvenile, intermediate and novice programming and virtual competitive events will be moved to January through March 2021 as outlined below:
  • January: A virtual Celebration of Competitive Skating. All registered entrants of the U.S. Championship Series will be invited to participate in virtual developmental programming throughout the month, featuring activities connected to Team USA and the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
  • February: Novice athletes will have the opportunity to compete in a national virtual competition to earn a spot on the 2021 National High Performance Development Team.
  • March: Juvenile and intermediate singles and pairs athletes will have the opportunity to audition for the 2021 National High Performance Development Team in a virtual competition featuring a compulsory program event; juvenile and intermediate ice dance athletes will perform a free dance.

These virtual events and programs are open only to those athletes previously registered for the U.S. Championship Series. Athletes, however, may change levels.

More information regarding the structure and advancement will be available by Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. The full announcement, with competition rules and programming details, will be available by Dec. 21, 2020.
 

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