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Sites Announced for 2015 U.S. Qualifying Competitions

28 Aug, 2014


Skaters Compete to Qualify for 2015 U.S. Championships in Greensboro, N.C

U.S. Figure Skating has announced the host cities for the 2015 regional and sectional championships, which will take place in the fall of 2014. Athletes in the U.S. Figure Skating competitive pipeline compete to qualify for a berth to the 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.

The top four skaters in the ladies and men’s events at each of the nine regional championships will qualify for one of three sectional championships. The sectional championships are the only qualifying phase for pairs and ice dancing. The top four finishers at each level in each discipline at the sectional championships will earn a berth to the U.S. Championships.

2015 Regional Figure Skating Championships

EVENT

HOST CITY

DATES

HOST CLUB

Northwest Pacific

Wenatchee, Wash.

Oct. 4-7, 2014

Wenatchee FSC

Upper Great Lakes

St. Paul, Minn.

Oct. 4-7, 2014

St. Paul FSC

South Atlantic

Alpharetta, Ga.

Oct. 4-7, 2014

Atlanta FSC

Southwest Pacific

Ontario, Calif.

Oct. 11-14, 2014

All Year FSC

Eastern Great Lakes

Traverse City, Mich.

Oct. 11-14, 2014

Traverse City FSC

North Atlantic

TBD

Oct. 11-14, 2014

TBD

New England

Burlington, Vt.

Oct. 18-21, 2014

Champlain Valley FSC

Central Pacific

Salt Lake City

Oct. 18-21, 2014

Salt Lake Figure Skating

Southwestern

Fort Collins, Colo.

Oct. 18-21, 2014

Fort Collins FSC


2015 Sectional Figure Skating Championships

 

U.S. Figure Skating is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating in the United States as recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and the International Skating Union. U.S. Figure Skating is comprised of more than 690 member clubs, collegiate clubs, and school-affiliated clubs and more than 900  registered Basic  Skills  skating schools representing approximately 165,000 members. U.S. Figure Skating is charged with the development of the sport on all levels within the United States  including athletes, officials, sanctioning of events and exhibitions, and establishing the rules and guidelines by which the sport is governed.

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