U.S. Figure Skating Programs

US Figure Skating Basic Skills Program

Here you can download in .pdf format the Basic Skills Curriculum Charts which show exactly what is required to pass each level of skating. You must have Adobe Reader installed on your device to view the files. When the file opens, click on the “save” button at the bottom of the screen.

Basic Skills 1-8
Free Skate Curriculum
Adult Curriculum
Dance Curriculum
Synchronized Skating Curriculum
Synchronized Skating Required Elements
Pairs Curriculum
Special Olympics Badge Program
Basic Skills Competition Manual 2013-2014

US Figure Skating Test Track

TEST TRACK

The test track is a new event for all nonqualifying competitions that limits the difficulty of skating elements performed in each level. The test track will line up the test structure requirements with the competition levels, giving skaters a fair playing field to continue competing and testing according to their abilities. There are no age restrictions for any of the levels included in the test track curriculum.

Skaters may choose to participate in either the test track or free skating track but not both during the same nonqualifying competition. The 6.0 judging system will be used for this new track.

Adding an alternative track for restricted competition will encourage skaters, offer them opportunities for success in a competitive atmosphere while they continue to progress through the test structure, gain credentials for future endeavors and retain membership in U.S. Figure Skating. Competitions that host these events will be offering more opportunities to keep skaters motivated along the pipeline and keep them enthusiastic about their abilities in hopes of retaining skaters who may be discouraged by the high level of technical elements at all levels.

For more information visit: U.S. Figure Skating Test Track

Test Track Elements Chart 2013-2014(effective Sept. 1, 2013)
Test Track Level Descriptions 2013-2014(effective Sept. 1, 2013)
Test Track Flow Chart

All information has been provided by U.S. Figure Skating. Visit usfigureskating.org for more information.

 

 

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