The point totals for the ISU Season and World Standings for the 2018-2019 season as at April 5, 2019. Only eligible skaters/teams will be considered in the ISU World Standings and Season’s World Ranking.
Skaters/teams receive points based on their final placement at an event and the event’s weight over the current and preceding two seasons. The ISU World Standings and Season’s World Ranking are updated after each eligible events. At the end of the current season, the points from the earliest season are deleted. If pairs and ice dance couples officially split up, their partnership will be removed from the Standings and Ranking. When a skater officially announces his or her retirement from competition, the standing and rank of the skater will be removed.
2018-2019 WORLD STANDINGS
With his victory at the 2019 World Championships, Nathan Chen of the U.S. now sits in first place in the standings ahead of Shoma Uno and Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan.
Alina Zagitova of Russia, Satoko Miyahara of Japan, and Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia are the top three in the ladies discipline. In pairs, Russia′s Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov sit in first, and Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue of the U.S. lead the ice dance field.
2018-2019 SEASON WORLD RANKING
As with the World rankings, the top three in the men’s discipline are Nathan Chen, Shoma Uno and Yuzuru Hanyu.
Rika Kihira leads the ladies field over Alina Zagitova and Satoko Miyahara.
In pairs, Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov top the leaderboard and Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue are ranked No. 1 in ice dance.
2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS