2001/2002 ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating
Technical Announcement

Schedule, Results & Standings

1. GENERAL

The "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating"" comprises eight international junior figure skating events and the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final". All eight events will be held with the approval and the assistance of the International Skating Union, under the responsibility of the Member Federation concerned and in accordance with the ISU Constitution and General Regulations 2000, the Special Regulations Figure Skating 2000 and Special Regulations Ice Dancing 2000 and the relevant ISU Communications.

Participation in the eight events and the Final of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" is open to all Competitors who belong to an ISU Member, and qualify with regard to eligibility according to Rule 102, provided their ages fall within the limits specified in Rule 108, paragraph 2 c) and they meet the participation, citizenship and residency requirements in Rule 109, paragraphs 1 through 5. Passports of the skaters have to be presented at the Team Leaders' Meeting of each individual event and the Final for verification.

All competitors must be entered through their Member Federation..

Skaters/couples entered for an event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" may not participate in the same discipline of an event of the "ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating" (senior) in the same season, except for Pairs. Also, skaters/couples entered for an event of the "ISU Grand Prix for Figure Skating" may not participate in the same discipline of an event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in the same season, except for Pairs.

Only skaters, participating in different disciplines with the exception of the Pair category, may enter in both "ISU Grand Prix - junior and senior" in the same year/skating season.

This regulation does not reflect any participation at the ISU Championships or any other international events not included in the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" or the "ISU Grand Prix for Figure Skating".

The eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" are:

1st event	Int. Junior Competition	Sofia / BUL		13.09. - 16.09.2001
2nd event	Int. Junior Competition	Phoenix / USA		20.09. - 23.09.2001
3rd event	Int. Junior Competition	Ostrava / CZE		27.09. - 30.09.2001
4th event	Int. Junior Competition	Gdansk / POL		11.10. - 14.10.2001
5th event	Int. Junior Competition	The Hague / NED		25.10. - 28.10.2001
6th event	Int. Junior Competition	Malmö / SWE		01.11. - 04.11.2001
7th event	Int. Junior Competition	Milan / ITA		08.11. - 11.11.2001
8th event	Int. Junior Competition	Nagano / JPN		15.11. - 18.11.2001

The "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" will be organized for the best Ladies, Men, Pairs and Dance Couples in Bled, Slovenia from December 13th to 16th, 2001

A point system within the eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" has been established to qualify the skaters for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final". Points will be obtained according to the results in each of the eight events comprising the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating".

According to the results of the previous World Junior Figure Skating Championships, Member Federations are entitled to enter skaters in the eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" shown in a special chart (see para 2 of this announcement.)

No skater (Lady, Man, Pair or Dance Couple) is allowed to participate in more than two events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating", while each result will be taken into consideration for "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" points.

2. ENTRIES

2.1 Men and Ladies

Member Federations are entitled to enter competitors in the different events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in Men and Ladies according to the following system (Click Here):

a) The five best placed Member Federations (countries) at the previous World Junior Figure Skating Championships may enter two participants in all eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in the category concerned.

b) Member Federations (countries) placed six to ten (Click Here) at the previous World Junior Figure Skating Championships are entitled to enter one participant in all eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in the category concerned.

c) Member Federations (countries) who qualified with skaters for the Final Free Skating, but were not placed in the first 10 best ISU-Members (countries) of the previous World Junior Figure Skating Championships, may enter one participant in seven events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in the category concerned.

d) Member Federations (countries) with skaters not qualified for the Final Free Skating in the previous World Junior Figure Skating Championships, but qualified for the Short Program (place 25 - 30) are entitled to enter one participant in six events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" in the category concerned.

e) All other Member Federations, not mentioned under a) to d) are entitled to enter one participant in five events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating".

f) The host country may enter in its event up to three men and three ladies.

a) to e) are corresponding with (Click Here).

2.2 Pairs

Member Federations may enter two pairs in all eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating". Concerning the host country there is no limitation in the number of the entries in the pairs event.

2.3 Ice Dancing

Member Federations may enter one ice dance couple in all eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating". An additional entry will be given to the five best placed Member Federations at the previous World Junior Championships in the ice dancing discipline (Click Here).

The host country may enter three dance couples.

2.4 Additional Entries for Ladies and Men

If any Member Federation mentioned Click Here, a) to d) does not use its right to enter skaters in the competition concerned, this slot will be given to the first Member Federation, mentioned under b) for an additional entry.

If another Member Federation mentioned Click Here, a) to d) does not use its right to enter skaters in the competition concerned, this slot will be given to the second Member Federation mentioned under, b). If all Member Federations Click Here, b) received the right of a second entry all further places not used will not be considered for replacement. The order of priority as listed has to be observed.

2.5 Procedure of Nominating and Deadline

The following procedure is necessary to control and to calculate points as well as to offer possible changes of not used slots within the various events:

a) Entries by number Deadline June 15th, 2001

The Member Federations concerned have to announce by June 15th, 2001 at the latest, to the ISU Secretariat and to Mr. Peter Krick simultaneously their participants by number for all eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating". The official forms must be used. The Member Federations must also announce by June 15th, 2001 the disciplines and/or the events in which they are originally entitled to enter participants but do not use this right. Requests of changes of events or slots must be addressed to the ISU-Management Commission by June 5th, 2001.

The Member Federations concerned have to announce by June 15th, 2001 at the latest, to the OC of the individual events and to Mr. Peter Krick simultaneously their participants by number for each individual event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating". The official forms of the OC's must be used.

Member Federations announcing the events and disciplines after the deadline as above may lose the right to participate in the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating".

b) Entries by Names

Entries by names must be made through the Member Federations simultaneously to the Organizing Committees concerned and the ISU Secretariat

21 days before the first draw of the individual event.

Each Member Federation must also announce the official substitute entries in each discipline.

(see also the individual announcements).

c) Name Changes

Any change(s) of competitors before each event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" can only be made within the names officially entered, and must be announced to the ISU-Management Commission and the Organizing Committee(s) concerned.

Based on the information received from each organizing Member Federation and/or the Organizing Committees, the ISU Secretariat, in cooperation with each Organizer of the individual event, will inform the Member Federation concerned about changes or additional possibilities to enter competitors, e.g. para 2.4 of this announcement, after July 1st, 2001.

Each Member Federation is responsible for the insurance and the travel documents of its Team participating in any of the eight Events.

Each Member Federation must turn in to the Organizing Committee concerned the official forms including the official "Declaration Form".

3. POINT SYSTEM - RANKING ORDER

3.1 Points

A point system based on the ranking of each individual event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" is established:

place		Men / Ladies	Pairs		Dance
			
1st place	15 points	15 points	15 points
2nd place	13 points	13 points	13 points
3rd place	11 points	11 points	11 points
4th place	9 points	9 points	9 points
5th place	7 points	7 points	7 points
6th place	5 points	5 points	5 points
7th place	4 points	-		4 points
8th place	3 points	-		3 points
9th place	2 points	-		-
10th place	1 point		-		-

The two results of each skater/couple are to be considered for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" ranking order. The points are added to a total to determine the ranking of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating".

The ISU-Management Commission will calculate the points for each competitor/couple after each event.

Are qualified for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final":

the top 8 ranking Men

the top 8 ranking Ladies

the top 8 ranking Pairs

the top 8 ranking Dance couples

3.2 Ties

If there is a tie by points added, the following criteria will be taken into consideration for tie-breaking:

a) the best place obtained in one of the two events will count for the better place/ranking;

If there is still a tie

b) the best Free Program in one of the two events will count for the better place/ranking;

If there is still a tie c) participation in two events will be considered better than having participated in only one event

If there is still a tie

d) the total of the two places in the Free Program will count for the better place/ranking;

If there is still a tie

e) the best Short Program/Original Dance obtained in one of the two events will count for the better place/ranking;

If there is still a tie

f) the total of the two places in Short Program/Original Dance in the two events will count for the better place/ranking;

If there is still a tie

g) the number of participants finishing the two individual events in which the tied skaters/couples have competed, will be added to a total. The higher number of participants will count for the better place/ranking.

If there is still a tie all skaters tied are qualified for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final".

If a skater/couple does not complete an event due to illness or injury, this event will be treated as "not skated", i.e. an initial round incomplete will not count for Junior Grand ranking order. Nevertheless, such an event will count as one participation, i.e. only one other participation on another event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating". is possible.

4. PRIZE MONEY OF EACH INDIVIDUAL EVENT

All prize money in favour of the awarded skaters will be paid at the end of each individual event though the hosting ISU Members and through the ISU members of the awarded skaters. The withholding taxes, if any, will be deducted according to the respective law of the host country taking into account double tax treaties with the countries of the awarded skaters. The ISU is not responsible for any taxes, fees or other cost.

4.1 Prize money for each Individual Event

The Global Prize money per individual Event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" will be

US$ 22.500,00

awarded to each medal winner for each category as follows:

	
				Singles (Ladies and Men)	Pairs and Dance (per couple)

	1st place		US$	2.000,00		US$	3.000,00
	2nd place		US$	1.500,00		US$	2.250,00
	3rd place		US$	1.000,00		US$	1.500,00

The individual prize money will be transferred directly at the end of each event to the Member Federation concerned.

4.2 The prize money may be reduced or completely withheld if a skater/couple:

i) will not participate in the final exhibition gala of the Event concerned with at least one exhibition number (show dance or similar) plus an encore if so requested.

ii) do not attend the press conference after his/her/their event if any is organized.

iii) do not take part in social events if asked by the ISU and/or the organizer.

The decision to reduce or withhold the prize money can only be made by the ISU Management Commission in consultation and with the agreement of the ISU Coordinator for the "Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating".

5. TECHNICAL DETAILS

		Men:		Short Program		The required elements to be 
							skated are those listed in Special
							Regulations Figure Skating 2000, Rule 310, 
							paragraphs 1 and 3, group C for 2001/2002

							Duration:	2 min., 40 sec. maximum, but may
							be less

				Free Skating		In accordance with Special
							Regulations Figure Skating 2000, Rule 320

							Duration:	4 min., +/- 10 sec.;

		Ladies:		Short Program		see Men;

				Free Skating		In accordance with Special Regulations Figure 
							Skating 2000, Rule 320
							
							Duration:	3 ½ min., +/- 10 sec.

		Pairs:		Short Program		The required elements to be skated are those listed 
							in Special Regulations Figure Skating 2000, 
							Rule 313, paragraphs 2 and 5, group B for
							2001/2002

							Duration:	2 min, 40 sec. maximum, but may be
							less

				Free Skating		In accordance with Special Regulations Figure 
							Skating 2000, Rule 321

							Duration: 	4 min., +/- 10 sec.

							Multiplying Factors	Single and Pairs

							In accordance with the Special Regulations for 
							Figure Skating 2000, Rule 356, paragraph 1 the 
							multiplying factors are:

							Short Program:		0,5
							Free Skating:		1,0


	Ice Dancing:  	    Compulsory Dance		One of the four Compulsory Dances,
							announced for 2001/2002, will be executed
							in each of the eight events. The prescribed
							Compulsory Dances determined by the
							IDTC for each event are as follows: 

							Sofia		-	Rocker Foxtrot
							Phoenix	-	Viennese Waltz
							Ostrava	-	Quickstep
							Gdansk	-	Blues
							The Hague	-	Rocker Foxtrot
							Malmö		-	Viennese Waltz
							Milan		-	Quickstep
							Nagano	-	Blues

			    Original Dance		In accordance with Special Regulations Ice Dancing
							Rule 509 and all pertinent ISU Communications (i.e. 1109), 

							Type:	"Spanish Medley"

							Any 2 or 3 of Paso Doble, Tango, Flamenco or a 
							Waltz (orchestrated in a Spanish style/manner);

							Any appropriate tempo and time signature.


							Duration:	2 min., 30 sec., +/- 10 sec.

				 Free Dance		In accordance with Special Regulations Ice Dancing 
							2000, Rule 510; and all pertinent ISU 
							Communications (i.e. 1109).

							Factors			Comp. Dance	0,4 
										Original Dance	0,6
										Free Dance	1,0

6. REFEREES AND JUDGES

6.1 Referees and Assistant Referees

The ISU Management Commission in close contact to the Member Federations, hosting one of the eight events, will propose the Referees and Assistant Referees. The final decision of the Referees and Assistant Referees appointed will be made by the ISU President. The ISU will cover the travel expenses of the Referees and Assistant Referees of each of the eight events.

6.2 Panel of Judges

Each panel in each individual event of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" and the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" will consist of at least seven Judges from seven different Member Federations and one substitute Judge. Each Organizing Committee should try its utmost to compose the Panel of Judges in the single events with nine Judges from nine different Member Federations.

6.3 Limitation of Events

No Judge may serve in more than three "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" events (Figure Skating and Ice Dancing not separated) plus the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final".

6.4 Referees and Judges Honorarium

Referees, Assistant Referees and Judges will receive an honorarium of US$ 150.00 for each individual ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating event.

7. "ISU JUNIOR GRAND PRIX OF FIGURE SKATING FINAL"

According to the ranking order by points the top 8 Men and Ladies, the top 8 Pairs and Dance Couples are invited to the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final", which will take place in Bled, Slovenia December 13th to 16th, 2001

7.1 Bonus for participation in the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final"

A skater/couple will receive an extra bonus of US$ 2.500,00 for participation in the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final", provided the skater/couple

		a) complete the Final including the exhibition;
		b) take part in all social events of the Final, if asked by the ISU and/or
		   the Organizing Committee;
		c) participated in the Final exhibition gala if asked with at least one exhibition
		   number (show dance or similar) plus an encore if so requested. 

In case of injury or illness of any participant in the Final the extra bonus may be granted as an exception also for those skaters/couples who are unable to finish their event but have completed at least one initial round, provided the injury or illness is confirmed through the official doctor and, if needed, through one of the ISU Medical Advisors.

The bonus will be paid to the Member Federation concerned through the ISU. The withholding taxes, if any, will be deducted according to the individual government's law.

7.2 Prize Money

The ISU will make available the Global Prize Money of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" of US$ 105.000,00

The prize money in favour of the awarded skaters will be paid at the end of the Final through the hosting ISU Members and through the ISU Members of the awarded skaters. The withholding taxes, if any, will be deducted according to the respective law of the host country taking into account double tax treaties with the countries of the awarded skaters. The ISU is not responsible for any taxes, fees or other cost.

	Men and Ladies		 	Pairs	(per couple)	 	Dance	(per couple)

1st place	US$ 6.000,00	1st place	US$ 9.000,00	1st place	US$ 9.000,00
2nd place	US$ 5.000,00	2nd place	US$ 7.500,00	2nd place	US$ 7.500,00
3rd place	US$ 4.000,00	3rd place	US$ 6.000,00	3rd place	US$ 6.000,00
4th place	US$ 3.000,00	4th place	US$ 4.500,00	4th place	US$ 4.500,00
5th place	US$ 2.000,00	5th place	US$ 3.000,00	5th place	US$ 3.000,00
6th place	US$ 1.000,00	6th place	US$ 1.500,00 	6th place	US$ 1.500,00

7.3 Technical Details

	Organizing 	Slovene Skating Union 
	Committee:		

	Place:		Bled, Slovenia 


	Ladies		Short Program		The required elements to be skated are those listed 
      and Men:					in Special Regulations Figure Skating 2000, Rule 
						310, paragraphs 1 and 3, group C for 2001/2002

						Duration:	2 min., 40 sec. maximum, but may 
								be less

			Free Skating		In accordance with Special Regulations Figure 
						Skating 2000, Rule 320

						Duration:	Men :	4 min., +/- 10 sec.
								Ladies	3 min., 30 sec, +/+ 10. sec.

	Pairs:		Short Program		The required elements to be skated are those listed
						in Special Regulations Figure Skating 2000, 
						Rule 313, paragraphs 2 and 5, group B for 
						2001/2002.

						Duration: 2 min., 40 sec., maximum, but may be less

			Free Skating		In accordance with Special Regulations Figure Skating  
						Regulations 2000, Rule 321

						Duration:	4 min., +/- 10 sec.

				                Multiplying factors:	Single and Pair Skating

						In accordance with Special Regulations for Figure 
						Skating, Rule 356, paragraph 1 the multiplying factors are:

						Short Program		0,5
						Free Skating		1,0


  Ice Dancing:        Compulsory Dance		Two of the four Compulsory Dances
						announced will be drawn at the last event of the 
						ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating (in Nagano) and one 
						of the remaining Compulsory Dances will be drawn for skating 
						prior to the first practice of the Junior Grand Prix of Figure 
						Skating Final. The Compulsory Dances are.

						Rocker Foxtrot		Viennese Waltz
						Quickstep		Blues	
			
			Original Dance		Composition: In accordance with ISU Special
						             Regulations Ice Dancing 2000, Rule 509 and all
							     pertinent ISU Communications (i.e. 1109).

					        Type:  "Spanish Medley"
							Any 2 or 3 of Paso Doble, Tango, Flamenco or a 
							Waltz (orchestrated in a Spanish style/manner); 

						Any appropriate tempo and time signature.

						Duration:	2 min., 30 sec., +/- 10 sec.

							
			Free Dance		In accordance with Special Regulations Ice Dancing 
						2000, Rule 510;

						Duration:	3 min., +/- 10 sec.

						Multiplying factors:	Comp. Dance	0,4 
									Original Dance	0,6
									Free Dance	1,0

7.4 Entries

Invitations to the qualified skaters/couples will be forwarded by the Organizing Committee of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" and the ISU Management Commission to the Member Federation concerned, who will confirm the participation by using the official entry forms. The Member Federations are responsible for providing all qualified and substitute skaters with the appropriate travel documents in time.

If a skater/couple cannot participate due to injury

a) the Member Federation concerned must inform the Organizing Committee in writing immediately so that the Organizing Committee can extend an invitation to the next ranked skater/couple.

b) An injured skater/couple may be called to the place of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final", at the expense of the ISU, to be examined by the sanctioned doctor of the host country and/or an ISU Medical Advisor to confirm such injury.

7.5 Referees and Assistant Referees

The Referees and Assistant Referees for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" 2001/2002 will be appointed by the ISU President. The ISU Management Commission may make recommendations.

At least four of the eight Referees and Assistant Referees must have the qualification "Referee for ISU Championships".

7.6 Judges

The panel of Judges will consist of at least seven Judges of seven different ISU Members and one substitute Judge.

The composition of panel of Judges in each category will be made according to the following procedure:

a) first priority will be given to the participating Member Federations in each category;

b) second priority, if necessary, will be given to the Member Federation with Judges present at the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" but not mentioned under a).

c) third priority, if necessary, will be given to the host country of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix Final".

d) fourth priority, if necessary, will be given to the Member Federation who has not reached the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" in the discipline concerned, starting from that skater/couple with the highest total amount of points. (= first substitute).

The ISU informs through the host country of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" all Member Federations concerned about the number of Judges set or qualified. The selection of Judges will be made by the respective Member Federation. The Member Federations are responsible for providing all selected and stand-by judges with the appropriate travel documents in time.

Judges must have the qualification of at least "International Competition".

No Judge may serve in more than two disciplines of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final".

7.7 Referees and Judges Honorarium

Referees, Assistant Referees and Judges will receive an honorarium of US$ 150.00.

7.8 Schedule

The first official practice is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 12th, 2001.

The Team Leaders Meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, Dec. 12th, 2001 - evening

The Judges Meeting and the composition of the Panel of Judges is scheduled on Dec. 13th, 2001.

The Opening & Draws are scheduled on Dec. 13th, 2001.

All events are scheduled between Dec. 14th and 15th, 2001.

The exhibition gala is scheduled on Dec. 16th, 2001, afternoon.

7.9 Expenses

The organizer will pay travel expenses for air-fare (economy rates) for all Competitors qualified for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final", the Judges, Referees and Assistant Referees from their domicile to Bled, Slovenia and return.

The Organizer will pay board and lodging for all Competitors, Judges, Referees and Assistant Referees from Wednesday, Dec. 12th, 2000 (incl. lunch) to Monday, Dec. 17th, 2001 (incl. breakfast). All overseas Competitors or Judges will be covered from their day of arrival until their day of departure according to their flight possibilities.

7.10 Liability

According to the ISU Constitution and General Regulations 2000, Rule 119, the organizer and the ISU accept no liability for bodily or personal injury, or for property loss or damage incurred by competitors and officials. Each ISU Member is expected to provide its own insurance protection.

7.11 Replacements

A qualified skater/couple for the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final", unable to participate, will be replaced by the immediate following skater/couple based on the ranking order of points.

The first three substitute skaters/couples must imperatively stay on "stand-by" until three days before the Opening & Draws of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" as possible alternates. The necessary flight documents must be organized through the Member Federations concerned.

7.12 National Anthem

The Organizing Committee asks all Members to bring a copy of their National Anthem on MD, CD, DAT or audio cassette.

8. Anti-DOPING

Anti-Doping tests will be conducted in each of the eight events of the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating" and the "ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final". The tests will be taken from each first placed skater/couple. One skater from the remainder of the skaters shall be selected by random draw in Singles, Pair Skating and Ice Dance. In case of a couple it will be determined by draw whether the Lady or the Man will be tested.

The anti-doping tests will be conducted in accordance with Rule 139 and pertinent ISU Communications

9. ORGANIZING STRUCTURE

ISU  Headquarters				ISU Coordinator for the "ISU Junior Grand 
						Prix of Figure Skating"

ISU Secretariat					Mrs. Claire Ferguson
Chemin de Primerose 2				ISU Council Member
CH-1007 Lausanne				37, Bayview Drive
phone: ++41 / 21 / 612 66 66			Jamestown, RI 02835, USA
fax:   ++41 / 21 / 612 66 77			phone:  ++1 / 401 / 423 2339
e-mail: info@isu.ch				fax:    ++1 / 401 / 423 2114

ISU Management Commission for the "ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating and Final" and 
"ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating and Final"

Morry Stillwell			Chairman
David Dore			Recorder
Bernard Goy
Michael Föll
Sergey Kononikhin
Nagahisa Ono

"ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final" Organizing Committee

	Contact:	Slovene Skating Union
			Celovska 25
			SLO-1117  Ljubljana

			phone:  (+) 386 1 439 15 40
			fax:    (+) 386 1 212 632 32

10. INFORMATION

For further information any queries should be addressed to

		ISU Secretariat
		Chemin de Primerose 2
		CH-1007 Lausanne

		phone: ++41 / 21 / 612 66 66
		fax:	++41 / 21 / 612 66 77
		e-mail:  info@isu.ch

or		Peter Krick
		ISU Event Coordinator
		Am Schorn 38
		D-82327 Tutzing
		phone:	++49 / 8158 90 30 68
		fax:	++49 / 8158 928 650
		e-mail: peter.krick@eventint.com

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