List of national championships in figure skating
Many countries hold national championships for figure skating. These events are conducted to determine the country's national champion and are most often held in December or January. National associations generally use these events as one of the criteria to select the teams for the European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships, in conjunction with the ISU's minimum scores for entries and sometimes federation-announced criteria which may include other minimum scores, international results, and jump requirements.
- Slovak Figure Skating Championships
- Slovenian Figure Skating Championships
- South African Figure Skating Championships
- South Korean Figure Skating Championships
- Soviet Figure Skating Championships
- Spanish Figure Skating Championships
- Swedish Figure Skating Championships
- Swiss Figure Skating Championships
- Ukrainian Figure Skating Championships
- United States Figure Skating Championships
- Synchro: U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships
- Collegiate: United States Collegiate Figure Skating Championships
- Intercollegiate: United States Intercollegiate Figure Skating Championships
- Uzbek Figure Skating Championships
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