The QT Club, otherwise known as the Quad Trixel Club, recognizes women skaters who have landed both a triple axel and one or more quads. The club has both members and prospective members, with the criteria for each described in much further detail on this page. In addition to the QT Club, there is a separate Trixel Club and a separate Quad Club, as well as individual club sections for each quad jump. Also found on this page is the Ultra-C Grid, a helpful visual overview of every skater who has landed a triple axel and/or one or more quads.
Provides information on notable Russian women skaters, all the way from seniors down to novices, with a particular focus on skaters relevant from the Sochi Olympics onward, including some skaters who have since retired. This is not meant to be comprehensive, and inclusion in the database is very much subjective, especially with novice and junior skaters, who are still quickly developing. As of late 2023, there were over 160 skaters being tracked.
Provides information on non-Russian women skaters, but primarily limited to skaters who are members or prospective members of the QT Club, Quad Club, or Trixel Club.
At the end of 2023, Instagram retired its “guides” feature, so I recreated my guides here. The first guide is a compendium of every program ever performed by Anna Shcherbakova. The second guide is a compendium of every nationals competition performance of Anna Shcherbakova, from novice through seniors. In the future, further guide-like content might be added here.
The best way to stay updated on new developments, including new member announcements for the QT Club, Quad Club, and Trixel Club, is by following and subscribing to @fs.delight on Instagram and YouTube.
Thanks to everyone who has provided assistance in building out this data, in particular @talented_skaters, @fskatingworld, and @skatingever on Instagram, as well as numerous helpful skating fans on Golden Skate.