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Ticket Sales
orderform2013 Ticket sales are off to a very good start for the 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.  During our February presale period, U.S. Figure Skating members and All-Event Ticket Package holders from prior U.S. Championships really stepped up to get us out of the blocks strong, including snapping up all of the special Front Row Packages. Then the public joined in starting March 1 and have kept the momentum going. We want to thank the hundreds of All-Event Ticket purchasers for making our 2015 ticket sales launch a success!

For those of you who want access to all the excitement and action of the 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, there are plenty of great packages, with excellent seats, still available. The packages come in four different price ranges: $250, $350, $550 and $850. They include tickets to every senior, junior and novice competition session (projected to be 20 sessions) plus access to senior practices in the arena. Depending on your section, that means your tickets could be as low as a mere $12.50 per session! In addition, each All-Event Ticket Package purchaser can secure their same seat for the Skating Spectacular, the exciting exhibition of champions that concludes the 2015 U.S. Championships.

For those of you who haven't yet purchased your All-Event Package, ordering is easy. Just follow this link to the order form.

Either mail or fax your completed form as follows:

2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships
401 Harrison Oaks Blvd, Ste. 215
Cary, NC 27513


Click here to get an All-Event Package Order Form.

You will receive an email confirmation of receipt of your order.  In addition, you'll receive a follow-up email when your order has been processed.


2011 Alumni at Worlds

skatersAn impressive lineup of veterans from the 2011 U.S. Figure Skating Championships competed at the 2013 World Figure Skating Championships earlier this month in London, Ontario. The World Championships featured more than 200 skaters from over 50 countries competing for four World titles. Eleven "alumni" from the U.S. Championships in Greensboro teamed together to give the U.S. another World title in ice dance and its best overall ladies finish in seven years. Due to the finish of the U.S. ladies, the United States will be able to add a third ladies competitor to the U.S. Olympic Team competing in Sochi, Russia, at next year's Olympic Winter Games.

Highlights of the 2013 World Championships include a second World Championship for the ice dance team of Meryl Davis and Charlie White (pictured right), a seventh-place finish for Max Aaron in men's competition, and a fifth- and sixth-place finish for Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold, respectively, in the ladies competition. (2011 U.S. Championships alumni are indicated in bold.)

The other Worlds competitors included Ross Miner (14th) in men's competition, the teams of Alexa Scimeca and Chris Knierim (9th) and Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir (13th) in pairs, and the teams of Madison Chock and Evan Bates (7th) and Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani (8th) in ice dance. Of the 14 athletes on the U.S. World Team, only three did not compete in 2011 in Greensboro.

"The high placements of our country's athletes in international competition at the World Championships further illustrates the high level of competition that takes place at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.," said Hill Carrow, Chairman of 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, "We are looking forward to the return of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships to North Carolina in 2015 and can't wait to host many of our U.S. Team members from the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia."

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