Proposals to ISU Congress 2018-2019 Season
So here is a fresh 135-page list of proposals that will be discussed in ISU Congress this June. Proposals for Figure Skating starts at page 83.Some interesting proposals so far for singles:- Backloading bonus only allowed for max 4 jumps in LP, 1-2 jumps in SP (Netherlands & Japan)- Bonus for skaters attempting all 6 types of triple/quad jump (Japan)- Allow men to wear tights
- Separate judging panel for GOE and PCS (quite a few countries) - reason given: there is a larger scale of value now, so judges need to take time to evaluate correctly
- No compulsory deduction for falls, falls are interruption and should be reflected in PCS
- Elimination of the compulsory steps before solo jumps in SP (tech committee) - reason given: already counted in GOE so it's "controversial" to count steps as a requirement
- No repetition of any type of quad jump (tech comm) - reason given: "variety" & "giving credit to skaters that can perform all types of quad jumps"
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Norway is particularly against judges who post photos with skaters on FacebookAdd
an official should not post specific comments about the results of ISU events or post pictures/videos of competitive athletes on social media.Reason: The officials of ISU events must be neutral and unbiased at all times. Observing the activity of many officials on social media does not always give this impression.
We see judges publishing their opinion on marks and skaters, and also pictures of skaters and officials together.
Some officials show openly on social media who they cheer for, we now have ISU-officials with a profile picture on Facebook with active skaters!
This is not in line with the duties of an official and will be clarified with this rule.Also they are also after team leadersAdd:
- An ISU Official must not serve as a team leader in ISU Championships, Olympic Games or Senior Grand Prix
Reason: The officials of ISU events must be neutral and unbiased at all times. ISU Officials acting as team leaders in big events gives the impression that the official is too close to the athletes from their own nation.