Financial Reports

U.S. Figure Skating, a Colorado-based non-profit corporation, is committed to financial accuracy and transparency with more than 80 percent of its annual operating budget dedicated to athlete funding and assistance. The organization’s most recent financial documents, such as Form 990s and the organization’s financial audits, can be found below.

U.S. Figure Skating operates on an estimated annual budget of $18 million. Additional revenue is generated from memberships, the U.S. Figure Skating Memorial Fund, the U.S. Figure Skating Foundation, publications and U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee programs.

More than $15 million of the budget was used for athlete funding and assistance in 2015-16, sending athletes to international competitions, athlete programs, collegiate skating programs, synchronized skating programs and awarding performance bonuses. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee financially supports U.S. Figure Skating athletes though various initiatives.

Financial Documents