Thursday 14 October 2021 – Singles and Pairs
Friday 15 October 2021 – Singles, Pairs, Synchronized Teams and Theatre on Ice
10.00am – 3.00pm
Games Entry Fee
$115 per person or $105 per person for people aged 70+
(the above entry fees will increase to $145 and $135 respectively as at 31 July 2021)
Please note: All transactions are subject to a PayPal charge (1.5% of total amount due +$0.30).
Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.
Sport Entry Fee
Pairs: $100 per person
Ice Dance (First Event): $120 per person
Ice Dance (Second Event): $100 per person
Ice Dance (Third Event): $80 per person
Synchronized Team Skating: $80 per person
Theatre on Ice: $60 per person
Artistic Figure Skating (Singles): $80
Figure Skating Novelty (Pair/Group): $60 per person
Last Updated: 12/01/2021
Age determined as at 1 July 2021
Minimum age 18 years
Age grouping only available in Singles Skating and Artistic Singles Skating: 18-29, 30-49 and 50+
Number of Participant Requirements
Minimum number of participants required to conduct competition: 60
Minimum number of competitors for both Synchronized Team Skating and Theatre on Ice: 8 athletes (as per Ice Skating Australia By-Laws – Section 10 for Synchronized Skating and Section 12 for Theatre on Ice)
Maximum number of competitors: 16 for a Synchronized Team and 24 for a Theatre on Ice Team
Cockburn Ice Arena
401 Progress Drive, Bibra Lake Western Australia 6163
- All participants must be current financial members of an Ice Skating Australia affiliated State Association. Other participants must be affiliated with an Ice Skating Union member.
- Participants who are not current financial members of an ISA State Association or affiliated with an ISU member are required to register for a membership prior to the event here.
- There will be a figure skating social event. Details TBC.
- Participants are responsible for providing their medical, accident and travel insurance.
The competition will be conducted under the International Skating Union Adult Figure Skating Rules and Technical Requirements for the 2021/22 Season and the Rules and By-Laws of Ice Skating Australia.
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