“Of course, there are still connections, and work is ongoing.” Russia got quotas from the ISU for participation in the junior Grand Prix in case they are allowed to compete
The International Skating Union (ISU) has allocated quotas for the participation of Russian figure skaters in the Junior Grand Prix series.
This was announced by Alexander Kogan, the General Director of the Figure Skating Federation of Russia (FFKR). However, Russian athletes are still not allowed to compete in international competitions.
“As for the ISU, of course, there are still connections, and work is ongoing. One of the pieces of evidence is that we have received quotas from the ISU for participation in the junior stages of the Grand Prix. But they can be used on the condition that Russians are allowed to participate in international competitions.
The ISU will consider this issue at the upcoming council meeting in June. But we have been informed that it may be considered both in June and in September,” Kogan stated.
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