Children, adolescent and adults with skills at to the competition level, who want to compete in figure skating can apply to participate in a competition group as a competitive skater.
Goal: Meaningful and healthy sporting development through training and competition activities that are individually adapted to the skaters needs, conditions and rate of development.
We have different groups depending on how the skater wish to train and compete and what level of development they are at.
Skaters that are on the competitive level and do not want to compete, we will find suitable training option as a training skater. The skater will practice in a group at the same level and age.
Correct equipment is required to participate, check with the coach for individual recommendation.
Groups: Ina bower, Chassé, 3-Turn, Cross Roll, Cross Over, Mohawk, Choctaw Biellmann, Pearl, Layback, Haircut, Rocker, Bracket, Counter, Loop, Twizzle, Windmill, Illusion, Walley, Butterfly, Death Drop
We want to inform you that Swedish figure skating is on a journey of change, including the restructuring of test systems and competitions. The best way to stay up-to-date is to follow the information on the Swedish Figure Skating Associations website www.skatesweden.se.
Here you will find information about:
(information in Swedish, English papers will be provided during the season).
This is how to become a competitive skater!
Competitions - this is how it works!
The assessment system
IFKs planned competition calendar