2018 OWG Start Orders/Results

Team Event – Rules for a Tie Break

If two or more skaters, pairs or ice dance couples have the same rank in the short program or short dance, the total technical score will be used to break ties. If two or more skaters, pairs or ice dance teams earn the same ranking in the free skate/free dance, the program components score will be used to break ties. If these results do not break the tie, the competitors concerned will be considered tied. Team points will be awarded according to the placement of the skaters/teams in each category.

In the case of a team tie, the following tie-breaking procedure will be used:

The highest total team points from the two best places will break the ties.

  • If the teams remain tied, the highest total segment scores of the current segment of the two best places according to the team points will break the ties.
  • If the teams remain tied, the highest total team points from the three best places will break the ties.
  • If the teams remain tied, the highest total segment scores of the current segment of the three best placesaccording to the team points will break the ties.
  • If this criteria fails to break the ties, the teams will be considered as tied.
  • If the teams are tied for a qualifying place, all tied teams will qualify to the final.

These events will take place very late at night for North and South American viewers (there is a 14-hour time difference between the North American east coast and South Korea). For those in Europe, the time difference will be anywhere from six to nine hours. Check the World Clock below to estimate the time difference.

START ORDERS/LIVE RESULTS
PRACTICE/COMPETITION SCHEDULE
WORLD CLOCK

 

TEAM EVENT: QUALIFIED NATIONS

2018 OWG Start Orders/Results

2018 OWG Start Orders/Results
2018 OWG Start Orders/Results

RELATED CONTENT:
Skating Into PyeongChang
2018 OWG TV/Live Stream Links
2018 OWG Schedules (including Medal Plaza)
2018 National Teams
2014 Olympic Flashbacks