Figure Skating Exhibition – February 21, 2021

Test Registrations – 21 February 2021
2 Feb 2021
Gauteng Provincial Figure Skating Championship – 06-07 March 2021
14 Feb 2021

When – February 21, 2021

Where – Northgate Ice Rink

Time –  05:30- 08:00

Closing Date for Entries – February 16, 2021by 18:00

Northgate Ice Rink / Johannesburg
February 21, 2021

  • Division A and Division B – All Sections

Entry Fees



Please note that late entries will not be accepted after closing date:

February 16, 2021 by 18:00.

In the event of incorrect and/or illegible submission of entry forms, PPC Forms, POP; incorrectly marked music; music in wrong format, a fine of R120.00 per item will be levied.


NOTE: Due to costs incurred in running the competition, please be advised that NO REFUNDS will be granted after 18:00 on February 16, 2021, this includes if you have medical reasons or not.


MUSIC must be submitted IN MP3 FORMAT ONLY and sent to before the closing date – February 18, 2021 by 18:00.

Music must be marked as following:

Skater’s Name & Surname – Section – Province

Incorrectly marked piece of music and music in wrong format won’t be accepted and a fine of R120.00 per item will be levied


Medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be awarded for each category. Winners will receive their medals at the Victory Ceremony, which will be held at the end of the competition.

All competitors must wear competition attire and Provincial track suits.


Only well-wrapped items, fluffy toys and flowers can be thrown onto the ice.

No loose sweets or breakable items permitted.


Photographs of every skater will be taken during the competition. This is an “order, print and pay” service available only on the night of the competition, directly provided by photographer.


While participating in any competition, carnival, exhibition or program as a figure skater, the skater:

  • shall not possess, use or supply to others any alcohol, narcotics or prescribed drugs while at, within or near the site of such competition, carnival, exhibition or program or any residence or other accommodations provided in connection therewith or while being transported to or from such locations;
  • shall not conduct himself or herself in an unreasonable or unacceptable manner (which for clarity shall mean and include unsportsmanlike conduct, breaking training or curfew, will fully damaging property or committing any act which is considered an offence under any duly promulgated law); and
  • shall not be in breach of any rules of conduct promulgated by SAFSA.

The requirements document is available as a PDF file. Please click on the link below to download and view.

Division A & B 2018-2019 Requirements