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Decisions of the ISU Council: Prize Money harmonized among the different Figure Skating Championships

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PRIZE MONEY ISU CHAMPIONSHIPS

(This Communication replaces Communication no 1924

During its meeting on October 16-18, 2015, the ISU Council reviewed the Prize Money for ISU Championships and in particular for ISU Figure Skating Championships. The Council agreed upon a harmonization among the different Championships, in particular among the ISU European Figure Skating Championships and ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships. In addition, the Council decided to award Prize Money to the three first placed Teams of the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships.

For ISU Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating Championships, no changes were applied (remains unchanged as per ISU Communication No. 1924).

The Prize Money amounts as indicated below will be awarded for the ISU Championships effective the season 2015/16 until further notice for the placements according the following schedule:

ISU WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ladies/Men: Only Skaters who qualify for and compete in the free skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 12 Skaters as follows:

Place

1. US$ 45’000.– 7. US$ 6’000.

2. US$ 27’000.– 8. US$ 5’000.

3. US$ 18’000.– 9. US$ 3’500.

4. US$ 13’000.– 10. US$ 3’000.

5. US$ 10’000.– 11. US$ 2’500.

6. US$ 7’000.– 12. US$ 2’000.

Total Ladies: US$ 142’000.

Total Men: US$ 142’000.

Pair Skating (for each Pair): Only Pairs who qualify for and compete in the free skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 8 Pairs as follows:

Place

1. US$ 67’500.– 2. US$ 40’500.– 3. US$ 27’000.– 4. US$ 19’500.– 5. US$ 15’000.– 6. US$ 10’500.– 7. US$ 9’000.– 8. US$ 7’500.– Total Pair Skating: US$ 196’500.

2 Ice Dance (for each Couple): Only Couples who qualify for and compete in the Free Dance shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 10 Couples as follows:

Place

1. US$ 67’500.–

2. US$ 40’500.–

3. US$ 27’000.–

4. US$ 19’500.–

5. US$ 15’000.–

6. US$ 10’500.

7. US$ 9’000.

8. US$ 7’500.

9. US$ 5’250.

10. US$ 4’500.

Total Ice Dance: US$ 206’250.

Total ISU World Figure Skating Championships: US$ 686’750.

ISU EUROPEAN & ISU FOUR CONTINENTS FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ladies/Men: Only Skaters who qualify for and compete in the Free Skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 8 Skaters as follows:

Place

1. US$ 20’000.– 5. US$ 5’000.–

2. US$ 13’000.– 6. US$ 4’000.–

3. US$ 8’000.– 7. US$ 3’500.–

4. US$ 6’500.– 8. US$ 3’000.–

Total Ladies: US$ 63’000.– Total Men: US$ 63’000.–

Pair Skating (for each Pair): Only Pairs who qualify for and compete in the Free Skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 5 Pairs as follows:

Place

1. US$ 30’000.– 2. US$ 19’500.– 3. US$ 12’000.– 4. US$ 9’750.– 5. US$ 7’500.– Total Pair Skating: US$ 78’750.–

Ice Dance (for each Couple): Only Couples who qualify for and compete in the free dance shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 6 Couples as follows:

Place

1. US$ 30’000.– 2. US$ 19’500.– 3. US$ 12’000.– 4. US$ 9’750.– 5. US$ 7’500.– 6. US$ 6’000.– Total Ice Dance: US$ 84’750.–

Total ISU European Figure Skating Championships: US$ 289’500.–

Total ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships US$ 289’500.–

ISU WORLD JUNIOR FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ladies/Men: Only Skaters who qualify for and compete in the free skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 5 Skaters as follows:

Place

1. US$ 10’000.– 2. US$ 7’000.– 3. US$ 5’000.– 4. US$ 3’000.– 5. US$ 2’750.– Total Ladies: US$ 27’750.– Total Men: US$ 27’750.–

Pair Skating (for each Pair): Only Pairs who qualify for and compete in the free skating shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 5 Pairs as follows:

Place

1. US$ 15’000.– 2. US$ 10’500.– 3. US$ 7’500.– 4. US$ 4’500.– 5. US$ 4’000.– Total Pair Skating: US$ 41’500.–

Ice Dance (for each Couple): Only Couples who qualify for and compete in the free dance shall receive Prize Money, i.e. up to maximum 5 Couples as follows:

Place

1. US$ 15’000.– 2. US$ 10’500.– 3. US$ 7’500.– 4. US$ 4’500.– 5. US$ 4’000.– Total Ice Dance: US$ 41’500.– Total ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships: US$ 138’500.–

Exhibitions Figure Skating Championships The Prize Money recommended by the ISU Council to be paid for the exhibition at the end of each Figure Skating Championships is as follows:

Seniors Medalists Others Single US$ 900.– US$ 700.– Pair Skating US$ 1’350.– US$ 900.– Juniors Single US$ 400.– US$ 200.– Pair Skating US$ 600.– US$ 400.–

The Prize Money for the exhibition is at the expense of and will be paid by the organizing Member.

ISU WORLD SYNCHRONIZED SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Per Team

Place

1. US$ 12’000.– 2. US$ 9’000.– 3. US$ 6’000.–

Total ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships: US$ 27’000.

Milano, October 27, 2015 – Ottavio Cinquanta, President

Lausanne,  – Fredi Schmid, Director General

Source: http://static.isu.org/media/241660/1976-prize-money-isu-championships.pdf

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