2014 Autumn Classic International

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Competition Schedule as of October 8, 2014


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Starting Order/Results

Category
Segment
Men Entries Result
Short Program Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Free Skating Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Ladies Entries Result
Short Program Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Free Skating Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Pairs Entries Result
Short Program Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Free Skating Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Ice Dance Entries Result
Short Dance Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)
Free Dance Officials Starting Order / Result Details Judges Scores (pdf)

Time Schedule

Date
Time
Category
Segment
15/10/2014
13:45:00 Ice Dance Short Dance
16:00:00 Ladies Short Program
17:45:00 Pairs Short Program
19:30:00 Men Short Program
16/10/2014
11:40:00 Ice Dance Free Dance
14:15:00 Ladies Free Skating
16:10:00 Pairs Free Skating
18:10:00 Men Free Skating

 

ABOUT THE EVENT

The 2014 Skate Canada Autumn Classic International in Barrie, Ontario at the Allandale Recreation Centre is an event that is part of the ISU’s new Challenger Series. The inaugural two-day event will begin on Oct. 15th with the short program for ladies, men, pair and ice dance and conclude on Oct. 16th with the free programs and the medal presentations. This senior international competition is the 6th stop in an 11-event series that begins in Salt Lake City on September 10th and ends in Zagreb, Croatia on December 7, 2014.

Participation in the ISU Challenger Series is open to all skaters/couples of ISU Members, who are eligible for International “Senior” Competitions by age and by citizenship. Competitors are eligible to participate in up to three Challenger Series events which provide them with an opportunity to earn world standing points.

Athletes are able to use these events to achieve the minimum technical scores required for participation in ISU Figure Skating Championships. As well, following the completion of the final event of the ISU Challenger Series, each competitor/couple’s two highest final scores will be added and used to form an ISU Challenger Series Ranking, which will be published on the ISU website. The top three placed skaters/couples of the annual ISU Challenger Series Ranking will receive ISU prize money.