Provides detailed information for each skater, including name, nicknames, full name in English and the relevant native language, birthplace, current club (or last club, if skater is retired), current coach or coaches (or last coach or coaches, if skater is retired), birthdate, age as of today, active or inactive status, the season they became or will become eligible for international junior competition, the season they became or will become eligible for international senior competition, the first Olympics they were or will be eligible for, and height. Skaters are grouped by the country they represent or represented.
For each skater, provides links to their pages on AllSkaters, FSkate.ru (via the Wayback Machine), Golden Skate, ISU, RinkResults, SkatingScores, Tracings, Wikipedia, Instagram, Telegram, TikTok, and VK. Skaters are grouped by the country they represent or represented.
For each skater, shows the season in which they became or will become eligible to compete in international junior events, the season in which they became or will become eligible to compete in international senior events, and the first Olympic games for which they were or are eligible. Skaters are ordered by birthdate.
Skaters are ordered by height. Heights are primarily sourced from the skater's most recent ISU bio, so if a skater does not yet have an ISU bio, then they are probably not included in this list. Note that this list includes notable Russian skaters, as well.
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