PyeongChang

PyeongChang

OLYMPIC EVENT SCHEDULE
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WORLD CLOCK

PyeongChang

SPECTATOR GUIDE

NEWS BRIEF:  RUSSIAN TEAM TO WEAR NEUTRAL GRAY AND RED UNIFORMS IN PYEONGCHANG



NATIONS QUALIFIED FOR THE TEAM EVENT

The draw for the countries that will form the judging panels at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games took place at Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany on September 30, 2017.



NATIONS THAT QUALIFIED AT 2017 NEBELHORN TROPHY

NATIONS THAT QUALIFIED BERTHS AT THE 2017 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

From the ISU Council meeting held Oct. 15-17 (condensed):

8. Olympic Winter Games 2018 PyeongChang – Host Country Place for the Republic of Korea for the Olympic Pair Skating Competition 

The Council decided that as the Republic of Korea did not obtain a place in the pairs event at the Olympic Winter Games through the normal qualifying procedure and as it is the “host country,” in accordance with ISU Regulations and the IOC approved Qualification System, the Republic of Korea may enter a pair in the individual event at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. However, this “host country place” will only be implemented if there are remaining places from the 10 Team event “Additional Athletes Quotas.”

The status of this “Additional Athletes Quota” will be finalized only after the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final, to be held in Nagoya/Japan on December 7-10, 2017. 

As to the starting order for the Olympic Pairs event with respect to the Republic of Korea, Council decided that the host country team will be assigned starting number 1, in order to avoid any impact on the draw for the pairs that have qualified through the normal qualifying procedure. 


PyeongChang Allocation TablePyeongChang 2018 OWG Entry Numbers

PyeongChang -Berths Earned by Nations


HOST COUNTRY ALLOCATIONS

In accordance with Rule 400, in case the Host ISU Member went through the normal qualifying procedure and did not qualify under Rule 400 paragraphs 3 or 4 in any of the disciplines (Ladies, Men, Pair Skating, Ice Dance), the Host ISU Member shall have the right to enter one (1) Competitor per concerned discipline(s) as additional entry(ies) as long as the concerned Skater(s)/Pair/Couple achieved the Minimum Total Elements Score (points) for the Olympic Winter Games and places are available from the additional Athletes Quota.

TEAM EVENT

The ISU will inform Members/NOCs following the 2017/18 Grand Prix Final – which will take place in Nagoya, Japan Dec. 7-10, 2017 – of the Teams that qualified for the Olympic Team Event.

According to Rule 400, paragraph 4, the remaining open entries available will be filled by ISU Members in order of their placements at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy – September 27-30, 2017 – in Oberstdorf, Germany. The open entries are available only to those ISU Members that have not previously earned an entry in the respective discipline (according to Rule 400, paragraphs 2 and 3) and only one (1) entry per discipline per ISU Member can be earned.

ISU Members who have earned entries, should, after consultation with their National Olympic Committee, inform the ISU Secretariat not later than 15 September 2017 if they intend to use their full quota of entries. In the case that some ISU Members do not intend to use their full quotas of entries, the remaining open entries available will be filled by increasing the number of entries according to Rule 400 A., paragraph 4.

 

No. of Skaters in the 2017 ISU World Figure Skating Championships (Helsinki)

Points required for 3 entries in the 2018 OWG

Points required for 2 entries in the 2018 OWG

Two (2) One (1)

Not more than 13 Not more than 2

Not more than 28 Not more than 10


ISU Members not exercising the right to announce their participation: Rule 400 A., paragraph 8. In the event that ISU Members do not exercise their right to announce their participation within the prescribed IOC date limit in accordance with Rule 400 A., paragraphs 3 to 5, stand-by entries will be chosen, based on the final results of the Senior International Competition designated by the ISU (Nebelhorn Trophy 2017, September 27-30, 2017, Oberstdorf/Germany) for those ISU Members not qualified and not yet represented.
The remaining open entries available will be filled by ISU Members in order of their placements at a Senior International Competition designated by the ISU (Nebelhorn Trophy 2017, September 27-30, 2017, Oberstdorf/Germany). The open entries are available only to those ISU Members which have not previously earned an entry in the respective discipline (according to Rule 400 A., paragraphs 2 and 3).