Team USA is defined as athletes and teams who are selected by the U.S. Figure Skating International Committee and/or the International Skating Union to represent the United States at ISU events including, but not limited to, international events, Junior Grand Prix events, Grand Prix events, Challenger Series events, ISU championships (Four Continents Championships, World Junior and World Junior Synchronized Championships, World and World Synchronized Championships, World Team Trophy) and the Olympic Winter Games. Team USA also has representation from coaches, judges, team leaders and medical personnel selected to represent the United States at the competitions mentioned above.
International Selection Pool
The International Selection Pool (ISP) includes junior- and senior-level athletes and teams who meet criteria approved by the U.S. Figure Skating International Committee. These athletes and teams are eligible to be considered for assignment to international competitions.
Maxine Marie Bautista
Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc
Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson
Winter Deardorff and Mikhail Johnson
Kate Finster and Balazs Nagy
Cate Fleming and Jedidiah Isbell
Tarah Kayne and Danny O'Shea
Audrey Lu and Misha Mitrofanov
Olivia Serafini and Mervin Tran
Anastasiia Smirnova and Danil Siianytsia
- Ice Dance
Oona Brown and Gage Brown
Christina Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko
Molly Cesanek and Yehor Yehorov
Madison Chock and Evan Bates
Katarina DelCamp and Ian Somerville
Caroline Green and Michael Parsons
Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue
Angela Ling and Caleb Wein
Eva Pate and Logan Bye
Elizabeth Tkachenko and Alexei Kiliakov
Katarina Wolfkostin and Jeffrey Chen
*2020-21 International Selection Pool
Adrian College Varsity SST
Miami University Senior Varsity SST
Fond du Lac Blades
Saint Louis Synergy
Athlete High Performance Development Pool
The Athlete High Performance Development Pool (AHPDP) includes singles, pairs and ice dance athletes, as selected by U.S. Figure Skating's High Performance Department. These athletes will have demonstrated the ability to qualify for the ISP in the near future.
Team envelopes award funding are based on results from the prior season. In figure skating, the team envelopes are comprised of five levels of achievement (designated A, B, C, D and Reserve), while in synchronized skating, team envelopes are comprised of three levels of achievement (designated A, B, C).
There are a variety of funding opportunities available to skaters who are pursuing their goal of qualifying for Team USA. From prize money to funds run through U.S. Figure Skating, the ISU and other organizations, these opportunities all seek to reward stellar performance on and off the ice, ensuring that funding is never a barrier for skaters looking to achieve in the highest levels of the sport.
For more information, visit the Team USA Funding page.