Over the next three days the final figure skating quota places for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games will be decided. Here’s everything you need to know about the Nebelhorn Trophy, including how you can tune in to cheer on our GB athletes.
How many Olympic places are available?
A total of 20 quota places are up for grabs at the event, including seven in men’s singles, six women’s, three in pair skating and four in ice dance.
Great Britain has the opportunity to win a men’s, pairs and second Ice Dance spot.
Who is competing?
PJ Hallam will be skating for Great Britain in the men’s side of the competition.
Zoe Jones and Chris Boydji will compete in the Pairs.
Sasha Fear and George Waddell will feature in the Ice Dance
What’s the timetable?
The men’s short program gets underway at 09:15 GMT. PJ Hallam is due to skate at 10:05.
The Pairs will follow from 13:00, GB's Zoe Jones and Chris Boyadji are in the final group and will start their short program at 15:03.
The Ice Dance Rhythm Dance takes place on the second day of competition (24th September) from 09:30.
You can find the full timetable here.
Where can I watch?
A full stream is being provided by German streaming service Sport Deutschland.TV. There coverage is due to begin 15 minutes before the first scheduled skater on each day.
How many figure skating Olympic quota places does GB already have?
Great Britain was awarded a Women’s and Ice Dance quota place thanks to results at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021 in Stockholm.
The majority of Beijing 2022 places were decided in Sweden including 23 for Men, 24 for Women, 16 for Pairs and 19 for Ice Dance.