We are pleased to confirm that competitive test applications from the Skate Southern IJS at Lee Valley (Sept 2014) can now be submitted.
Any skaters wishing to use their scores for a competitive test pass should send the relevant paperwork and fee to Susanna Gentil in the NISA office by 1st November 2014, which is the closing date for applications using scores from this event.
Please be aware that as of the 1st June 2013 skaters are required to achieve both the TES score and the TSS score in order to pass. Therefore combined scores are no longer accepted. The required scores were updated and published on the website 23rd August 2013 and can be found here
Skaters are reminded that competitive test passes will result in a higher standard test equivalency which may require them to move up to a higher level at future Open events.
Any skaters wishing to use scores for the NISA ranking lists should complete a National Rankings form (which can be found here)
Two talented junior skaters will represent Team GB at the sixth ISU Junior Grand Prix event of the season.
Lilah Fear, and her skating partner Jacob Payne, have been selected by the National Ice Skating Association (NISA) for the... [continued]Read More »
Danielle Harrison is just back from the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Estonia! But here, she talks about competing in her first ever ISU Junior Grand Prix in the Czech Republic and gives us an insight into representing GB at international level.
I’ve had quite a journey since I first started... [continued]Read More »
National Ice Skating Association (NISA) has selected a promising young team of skaters to compete at the event, which will take place in Tallinn from 24-28 September.
The squad will compete at the Tallinn Arena, a brand new... [continued]Read More »
Three young skaters representing Team GB have achieved top ten finishes at the prestigious ISU Junior Grand Prix in the Czech Republic.
Graham Newberry, 16, who competed in the Men’s category, achieved seventh place with a score of 157.08 at the competition, which was held in Ostrava... [continued]Read More »
Congratulations to Mary Chapman and Claire Shepherd on passing the ISU Championships Judges' Exams in Oberstorf this week.
For details please see attached... [continued]Read More »
The recent development of Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre has seen a huge increase in the number of people participating in Skate UK and private lessons. Streatham ice rink are currently looking for qualified NISA Level 2 coaches or qualified NISA Skate UK level 2 coaches to start on... [continued]Read More »
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We are pleased to announce that the Open Selection Meeting 2014 (formerly known as Open Trials) will be held on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September 2014 at the National Ice Centre, Nottingham.
All Club Secretaries are requested to forward entries and payment for their Club members to... [continued]Read More »
Ron was very well known to ice dancers in the South, where he lived.
Ron began skating in the old Southampton Ice Rink, destroyed by enemy action In 1940. When the rink was rebuilt in 1952 Ron put forward the concept of a skating club to the rink owner Charles Knott. The club... [continued]Read More »
Britain’s top speed skaters had their first competitive fixture of the season at the weekend, 20-21 September, with the National Squad Open Trials taking place at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham.
The two day event saw current members of the GB Short Track squad compete amongst... [continued]Read More »
We are pleased to confirm that competitive test applications from the Ayr Open can now be submitted.
Any skaters wishing to use their scores for a competitive test pass should send the relevant paperwork and fee to Susanna Gentil in the NISA office by 22nd October 2014, which is the... [continued]Read More »
Silver Blades Gillingham is offering skaters the chance to attend a workshop with the very talented, former Olympian and World Professional champion Gary Beacom. For further information and application please contact Victoria Rogers (NISA registered L2 coach) – details may be found in the... [continued]Read More »
NISA are currently in the process of recruiting and selecting skaters for the 2014 Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence programme (AASE). If you fulfil the eligibility criteria and wish to apply please fill out the application form. The closing date for applications is the 22nd... [continued]Read More »
More than 150 of Britain’s finest young skaters took to the ice in Sheffield in the hope of securing British Figure Skating Championships qualification points.
The National Ice Skating Association’s (NISA) International Judging System (IJS) Championships, a key qualification competition... [continued]Read More »
In order to clarify the age requirements for the 2014 / 2015 Solo Dance a new version of the criteria has been posted using the words “not reached the age of before 1st July 2014"
In a departure from previous seasons the Solo Dance Series Criteria for 2014 / 2015 has been written to include 10 Levels / Categories. This has been done to reduce the ability range at each level so competitors are competing against others of a similar ability range. It has also been... [continued]Read More »
NISA is pleased to announce that we are now accepting scores for a National Ranking of Basic Novice Singles Skaters – Ladies and Men. Skaters may submit scores from national IJS and international competitions, and also from Level 5 and 6 categories at club open competitions using the... [continued]Read More »
We are so pleased to announce dates for our next 2014 Hanretty adult skate camp.
We will be hosting a Step and Spin camp on October 16th and 17th.
The camp guarantees seven hours of private ice time and two off ice classes/ lectures in the world class ice Sheffield venue.
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The Announcement and Entry Forms for the British Championships 2014 to held at Ice Sheffield between the 25th and 30th of November can be found here
Free Skating High... [continued]Read More »
Field Moves, Elements, Free and Dance Levels... [continued]Read More »
PROVISIONAL ... [continued]Read More »
Field Moves Levels 1-8, Elements & Free Levels 1-6 and Dance Levels... [continued]Read More »
Field Moves, Elements and Free up to Level... [continued]Read More »
Dance Low... [continued]Read More »
Field Moves, Elements and Free to Level... [continued]Read More »
Board Meeting Agenda 15.10.13
Board Meeting Minutes 15.10.13
Board Meeting Agenda 27.01.14
Board Meeting Minutes 27.01.14
Board Meeting Agenda 08.04.14
Board Meeting Minutes 08.04.14
Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes of 10.05.14
Board Meeting Agenda 10.07.14
Board Meeting Minutes 10.07.14
Please see attachments... [continued]Read More »
If any skater has a question regarding any of their times on these documents in order for a time to be changed they will need to submit an official protocol containing the time in question to Michelle Neville.
“NISA is working hard to return Great Britain to the International competition scene in Long Track and to provide all of its members the opportunity to try and to compete in this great sport. As there are currently no 400m ice
Please see national ranking documents... [continued]Read More »
The national rankings for the 2014/15 season including all scores submitted up to today’s date are now available. Please note that you will only be included in the rankings if you have requested this and submitted your score (excluding NISA-allocated International Competitions where your... [continued]Read More »
Qualification and Selection to Reg Dev Level 1 - Pre Basic Novice - click here
Qualification and Selection to Development Squads 2014_2015 - click here
Scores for Qualification to Development Squads 2014_2015 - click here
Required Elements - Pairs - click here
Required Elements - Men -
Please see document... [continued]Read More »
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