Accessibility Statement

U.S. Figure Skating is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and applying the relevant accessibility standards.

U.S. Figure Skating’s Commitment to Website Accessibility

As the National Governing Body for the sport in the United States, U.S. Figure Skating is committed to making its website as accessible as possible. The site is tested for accessibility on an annual basis and a report that is generated is released and posted, including any area of focus for the coming year. The 2021 Annual Accessibility Report can be found hereThere may be third-party elements contained within this site which do not meet the WCAG 2.0 and WCAG 2.1 guidelines.

U.S. Figure Skating has created this website taking best practice web accessibility guidelines into account, including WCAG 2.0 and WCAG 2.1.

Adapting Your Experience to Your Needs

U.S. Figure Skating continues to make its website accessible to all users, but users may also elect to enhance their personal experience by changing the settings on their computer to suit their individual needs. We want anyone to be able to use this site, regardless of their impairments or the technologies they use.

For example, users may want to change the website’s colors, increase the text size, or have the website spoken aloud. The websites listed below can help users customize their browsing experience to meet their needs while browsing

Contact us if you have problems using this site

U.S. Figure Skating is always looking to improve the accessibility of its website. If a user has specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of any page on, or wants to report an issue related to accessibility, please contact U.S. Figure Skating at

To help U.S. Figure Skating understand the problem, please include:

  • the web address or title of the page where you found a problem
  • the accessibility problem 
  • the computer, browser and additional software being used