The Outline of the 2022-23 Season

The preliminary schedule for the 2022-23 skating season was published on June 1st. 

Competition dates may still change, or be cancelled.

Challenger Series

The ISU Challenger Series is made up of 10 competitions, that take place between August and December. (Events marked with * will have a pairs competition.)

September 12–16, 2022

*U.S. Classic

Lake Placid, New York, United States

September 12–16, 2022

September 15-18, 2022

Lombardia Trophy

Bergamo, Italy
Note: The pairs event at this competition does not count as part of the challenger series.

September 15-18, 2022

September 21–24, 2022

*Nebelhorn Trophy

Oberstdorf, Germany

September 21–24, 2022

Sepember 29 – October 1, 2022

Nepela Memorial

Bratislava, Slovakia

Sepember 29 – October 1, 2022

October 5–9, 2022

*Finlandia Trophy*

Espoo, Finland 

October 5–9, 2022

October 13–17, 2022

Budapest Trophy

Budapest, Hungary
Note: The pairs event at this competition does not count as part of the challenger series.

October 13–17, 2022

October 26–29, 2022

Denis Ten Memorial Challenge

Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

October 26–29, 2022

November 9–13, 2022

Ice Challenge

Graz, Austria

November 9–13, 2022

November 18–20, 2022

*Warsaw Cup

Warsaw, Poland

November 18–20, 2022

December 7–10, 2022

*Golden Spin of Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia

December 7–10, 2022

Grand Prix Series

 

October 21–23, 2022

Skate America

Norwood, Massachusetts, United States

October 21–23, 2022

October 28–30, 2022

Skate Canada

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

October 28–30, 2022

November 4–6, 2022

Internationaux de France

Angers, France

November 4–6, 2022

November 11–13, 2022

MK John Wilson Trophy

Sheffield, Great Britain 
Originally scheduled to be hosted in China but hosting is now “no longer viable.” 

November 11–13, 2022

November 17–20, 2022

NHK Trophy

Sapporo, Japan

November 17–20, 2022

November 25–27, 2022

Grand Prix Espoo

Espoo, Finland
Originally scheduled to be held in Russia but they were removed as host due to ban over invasion of Ukraine.

November 25–27, 2022

December 8–11, 2022

Grand Prix Final

Turin, Italy (together with Junior Grand Prix Final)

December 8–11, 2022

Junior Grand Prix Series

(Events marked with * will have a pairs competition.)

August 24–27, 2022

JGP France I

Courchevel, France

August 24–27, 2022

August 31-September 3, 2022

*JGP Czech Republic – ‘Czech Skate’

Ostrava, Czech Republic

August 31-September 3, 2022

September 7-10, 2022

*JGP Latvia – Riga Cup

Riga, Latvia

September 7-10, 2022

September 21–24, 2022

JGP Armenia – Armenian Cup

Yerevan, Armenia

September 21–24, 2022

September 28 – October 1, 2022

*JGP France II

Grenoble, France
* This JGP was originally scheduled to be held in Croatia but was cancelled due to logistical reasons. 

September 28 – October 1, 2022

October 5–8, 2022

*JGP Poland – Baltic Cup

Gdańsk, Poland

October 5–8, 2022

October 12–15, 2022

JGP Italy

Egna, Italy

October 12–15, 2022

8-11 December, 2022

Junior Grand Prix Final

Torino, Italy (together with Junior Grand Prix Final)

8-11 December, 2022

ISU Championships & Olympics

These are made up of; European Championships, Four Continents Championships, Junior World Championships & World Championships. Europeans dates back to the 1800’s, whereas Four Continents was first held in 1999 for non-European skaters to compete. 

January 23–29, 2023

European Figure Skating Championships

Espoo, Finland
* Originally scheduled to be held in Helsinki but relocated in April 2022 after the scheduled venue was closed due to sanctions against its Russian owners following the Russian invasion of Ukraine

January 23–29, 2023

February 7–12, 2023

Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

TBD, Australia
* Originally scheduled for Sydney, the ISU website now shows as location TBD

February 7–12, 2023

February 27 – March 5, 2023

World Junior Figure Skating Championships

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

February 27 – March 5, 2023

March 20–26, 2023

World Figure Skating Championships

Saitama, Japan

March 20–26, 2023

Furthermore, there are other international competitions for Novice, Junior and Senior skaters. For more competition information, please visit the ISU Calendar.

On March 1st, and until further notice, no skaters or officials from Russia or Belarus will be allowed to participate in international competitions, and no international competitions can be held in either country.

 

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