Ice Network Streaming from the 2016 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic and U.S. Novice and Junior Challenge Skate in Salt Lake City was the worst I have ever attempted to … Continue reading
How does the ‘New ISU Rules of Procedure for the Officials Assessment Commission – Evaluation of Judging – Assessments’ Really Impact Figure Skating?
How does the ‘New ISU Rules of Procedure for the Officials Assessment Commission – Evaluation of Judging – Assessments’ Really Impact Figure Skating? An Assessment from a CPA knowledgable on … Continue reading
On the Eve of the IOC’s Monumental Decision for Russia’s Massive State Sponsored Sports Cheating Program: What Price to Pay?
Blazing Blades Opinion – by Peter Murray The sports world is holding its collective breath as it awaits the decision soon to be announced by IOC President Thomas Bach and the … Continue reading
ISU’s Grand Prix Event ‘Rostelcom Cup’ Impacted by latest IOC Executive Board (EB) Decision on WADA Russian Doping Report?
The following paragraph included in the IOC Executive Board Statement on the WADA Independent Person Report will now bring Figure Skating front and center… The Paragraph in question (read from … Continue reading
I borrowed the title of this note from a thread at Golden Skate Forum. With the official end of secret judging approved last month at the ISU Congress I find … Continue reading
“The statement that we’ve made today is a very clear indication that over the long haul, our responsibility is to protect clean athletes and this is what this says,” IAAF … Continue reading
Jan Dijkema (NED) has been elected the first new President of the International Skating Union (ISU) in 22 years replacing Ottavio Cinquanta. The 71-year-old Dijkema won by 63 votes to … Continue reading