In light of disclosures in other sports that have identified in the media, NISA would like to reinforce its commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children in ice-skating.
The next UK Long Track season is coming up, and there’s a lot to be excited about. Here’s an update from the team:
We would like to invite your club Safeguarding Officers and club Chairs to a 3 hour seminar with our Safeguarding Officer and Events Co-Ordinator.
On 23rd June 2017, the ISU published its revised anti-doping rules and procedures.
British athlete Jenna McCorkell has represented her country at two Winter Olympics. Now she’s on a mission to up the game of women’s sportswear with her innovative new line.
Not long to go until the British Solo Ice Dance Championships begin in Sheffield.
We’re pleased to be rolling out a series of changes here at NISA. We’ve opened new roles, altered our governance structure and introduced an essential Audit Committee.
In ISU Communication 2097 (published 13th June 2017), were details of the decisions taken by the ISU Council at the meeting on June 2nd-4th in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Included were those regarding the Minimum Total Elements Scores for the Figure Skating Championships 2018 and the Olympic Winter Games 2018.
Please click here for the relevant extract from ISU Communication 2097.
On Sunday the 11th of June, we held our third and final National Ice Skating Association Information Day in London.