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In the summer of 2022, Chloe Adam became the first female Eagle Scout in Midland County. For her final project, her passion for skating served as her inspiration.

Chloe receiving her Eagle Scout from her Mom, Tami, her troop leader
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U.S. Figure Skating today announced the selection of Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, as the host of the 2024 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships, January 22-28, 2024.

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The Greater Pensacola Figure Skating Club is removing all barriers, real or perceived, to ice sports participation through their new Adaptive Skating program

Adaptive skaters pose for a photo with their arms up in the air. One skater is a young blonde girl sitting in a pink wheelchair. Another female skater is wearing a blue jacket and blue helmet and is standing with the help of a mobility aid made out of white PVC pipes. To her left is a young male skater standing with the help of his mom who is holding him up from behind
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Lorraine Burio recently passed her senior moves in the field at 62 years old. 

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After overcoming multiple health issues, including reconstructive surgery on both hips, as a teenager, Caroline Park returned to the ice and passed her senior moves-in-the-field test.

Caroline Park smiles while standing on the ice.

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3 . TEST

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Get to know current Team USA athletes and follow their competition journeys on the U.S. Figure Skating Fan Zone.

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Whether you want to learn to glide across a frozen pond or have dreams of Olympic glory, Learn to Skate USA is the place to start.

As you build your foundation in ice skating, begin exploring the different disciplines of figure skating to find which path you want to take.

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2 . FIND A CLUB

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U.S. Figure Skating is comprised of more than 765 member clubs, collegiate clubs, school-affiliated clubs. Find a club near you today.

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3 . TEST

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Known as the foundation of U.S. Figure Skating, testing determines what level skaters compete at. Both competitive and recreational skaters can take tests to continually challenge themselves and aim to achieve new goals.

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4 . SKATING OPPORTUNITIES

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U.S. Figure Skating offers its members many opportunities beyond the qualifying structure. From Theatre On Ice to collegiate skating, there is something for everyone.

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5 . COMPETE

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Competitions are available for skaters of all ages and skill levels. Skaters can choose to compete in qualifying and nonqualifying events and show off their skills in various disciplines and opportunities.

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6 . PREPARE AND TRAIN

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U.S. Figure Skating helps athletes train to the best of their abilities with athletic assessments, camps and health and wellness programs.

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7 . SCHOLARSHIPS & FUNDING

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Skaters are eligible to apply for a variety of scholarships and funding opportunities. Click the links below to learn more about what’s available to you.

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8 . QUALIFY FOR TEAM USA

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Skaters with distinguished competition accolades are selected to represent U.S. Figure Skating and the United States of America at international competitions throughout the year. Not only is it an honor to be selected, but it’s also an opportunity for team members to gain valuable experiences on an international stage.

Get to know current Team USA athletes and follow their competition journeys on the U.S. Figure Skating Fan Zone.

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