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Figure Skating Competition for amateur skaters
JUNA CUP 2022
2022 January 21-23
Figure Skating club Juna (Tallinn)
Venue of competition:
Škoda Ice Rink
Haabersti 3, Tallinn, Estonia
As of pandemic situation caused by COVID-19 all participants, Teams, Officials and related personnel are responsible of checking active restrictions and guidelines introdused by Estonian Government, Estonian Health Board and the Organising Committee of the event.
Škoda Icerink, Haabersti 3, Tallinn. Škoda Icerink has introduced internal COVID-19 restrictions, that require a COVID-19 Green Pass in order to enter the venue. Valid formats are: COVID-19 Passport of completed Vaccination (EU accepted vaccines only), COVID-19 certificate of recovery.
Juna Cup 2022 will include the following disciplines:
- Single Ladies and Men
- Free Skating (Pre-Bronze, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite)
- Artistic Free Skating (Pre-Bronze, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite)
- Solo Ice Dance
- Pattern Dance (Bronze, Silver, Gold)
- Free Dance (Bronze, Silver, Gold)
- Pairs Skating
- Free Skating (Adult, Intermediate, Masters)
- Artistic Free Skating (Adult, Intermediate, Masters)
- Ice Dance
Pattern Dance (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite)
Rhytm Dance (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite)
Free Dance (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite)
Age categories for ladies and men free skating events:
Pre-Young adults skaters born between July 1st 2003 and June 30th 2008 Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters. Skaters who didn't compete at the national or/and international competitions and does not have any records to compete at any national or/and international competitions
Young adults skaters born between July 1st, 1993 and June 30th, 2003, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters
Age categories for Ladies and Men Free Skating events:
Class I skaters born between 1st July 1983 and 30th June 1993
Class II skaters born between 1st July 1973 and 30th June 1983
Class III skaters born between 1st July 1963 and 30th June 1973
Class IV skaters born between 1st July 1953 and 30th June 1963
Class V skaters born on or before 30th June 1953
Single Artistic category devided by level: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Masters, Masters Elite.
For Pairs Free Skating and Ice Dancing events both partners must have reached the age of 18 by July 1st, precending the event and must not have reached the age of 71 by July 1st, precending the event.
The Organizers have the right to combine categories if the number of participants requires. The judging will be done in new system (according to ISU regulations). Technical rules for adult figure skating competitions will be used.
Registration of entries:
Entries must be registered online no later than 13.12.2021 via link:
First Single/Solo event —75€ per person
Second Single/Solo event — 40€ per person
First Pair/Ice Dance event — 95€ per pair
Second Pair/Ice Dance event — 60€ per pair
Practice 25 min ——15€ per person or 25 € per pair
Entries made after 13.12.2021 will be charged extra 10€ per person or 20€ per pair. The entry fee will not be refunded in case of withdrawals.
Payment must be made by money order right after registration during 5 days but not later than 21.12.2021
Second part (another 50%) of entry fee must be made on accreditation apon arrival.
NB!!! Please write in payment subject:
participant/s name/s and category/s; practice and/or banquet (how many persons) payment.
Payment must be made to:
Registry code: 80268389
Address: Retke 30-122,
Phone: +372 55 684 274
AS SEB Pank
Address: Tornimäe 2, 15010, Tallinn
Planned Program Content sheet:
Planned Program Content sheet/form must be sent no later than 13.01.2022.
PPC form you can find here:
Its not permitted to hand over the Program Content Sheets directly to the competitions Officials during the competition. Changed Program Content Sheet must be turned in upon registration.
Music (equipped with the full name of the competitor, club and category) on CD or USB memory stick must be submitted to the announcer’s desk before the relevant event and picked up from the same place after the event.
A detailed time schedule will be available 7 days before the competition at the competition website.
Final timetable shall be announced at the opening draw.
All event officials, competitors, coasches etc. are requested to register at the „Information and Registration desk“ upon arrival.
An electronical draw will take place on January 20 th, 2022, starting orders will be published on our website: junacup.juna.ee
Music (mp3 format; equipped with the full name of the competitor, club and category) on CD-R or USB memory stick must be submitted to the announcer’s desk before the relevant event and picked up from the same place after the event.
Practice (20 min) will take place at Škoda ice-rink. Practice fee is 15 € per person/per practice or 25 € per pair/per practice and should be paid with entry fee. Music can be played on CD's. Practice groups will be made by skater’s level. There is no guarantee join practice without registration.
As of current COVID-19 pandemic there are some restrictions enforced by Estonian authorities:
Wearing a mask (mouth and nose) is mandatory in all public spaces and transport (including car sharing and tazi services). Entertainment and leasure facilities are allowed to serve only holders of COVID-19 Green Pass (Certificate of full Vaccination, Certificate of Recovery). All international travelers have to fill the Passenger Locator Form on the Self-Service portal of Estonian Health Board before arrival. Arrival from some countries might be subject to restrictions on freedom of movement (self-isolation) Up to date list of countries and applicable arrival restriction can be found on a website of the Minestry of Foreign Affairs.
Notice: Above-described restrictions are subject to changes. Please check for most recent restrictions on the Estonian Government Crysis Information Page. Latest information for international travellers can be found on the official website of Police and Boarderguard Board (www.politsei.ee) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.vm.ee)
COVID-19 Tests can be done in following facilities:
The organizer does not pay any expenses of the teams. Travel expenses, and accommondation will be covered by the participants.
Expenses related to the competition’s technical management will be covered on account of the entry fees and sponsorship by the Organizer.
Protocol shall be available at the Skating Club Juna website. The Organizers shall not provide print-outs or CD-s.
Recommended hotel with special price for Juna Cup participants and guests is Hotel Rocca Al Mare . Hotel is located only 500 meters from Skoda ice-rink and have a good connection with city center.
Hotel offers also breakfast, swimming pool and sauna use every morning, Wi-fi, parking. Number of rooms is limited.
Here are three more hotels we can recommend:
And also nice appartments to rent just 10 minutes walking distance from icerink:
Tanuma Home (phone: +372 507 3471) https://www.booking.com/hotel/ee/tanuma-home-rocca-al-mare-tallinn.ru.html
Public transport and tickets:
In accordance with ISU Rule 119, the Organizer accepts no liability for injury or for property loss or damage incurred by Competitors or Officials. Each club is expected to provide its own insurance protection.
Additional Information And Contact Persons:
|+372 55 684 274
(no WhatsUp, Viber please!)
+372 53 737 216