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Updated: Feb 11


Club & MA Requirements

Author's Note

To Whom Requirements Apply


Requirements are grouped into two categories: General Requirements and Onboarding Requirements. Please review both groups and each requirement therein carefully.


Our general requirements define our approach for each MA and collectively as a club.






These requirements detail the steps needed to obtain current status with our National Federation and by virtue, our club. Each MA must complete each requirement each below to participate in athletics.


Please note that unless otherwise indicated below, the standard deadline for each Onboarding Requirement below is "prior to arriving to the facility to participate in athletics." If you or your Cadet (C3 student) is about to graduate or has graduated, you should tackle each from home—prior to arriving to the facility—using a home computer to avoid delays in taking the floor.

USARS Membership

MA Membership

MA Instructional Packages (IPs)

MA Equipment

MA Training Garments

MA Club Garment


About Disciplines

Our roller sport ("sport") at the national level (USARS) is known as Figure or Roller Figure Skating. At the world level, our international governing body (World Skate), our sport is shortened to our historic name: Artistic. If you see the terms Figure (singular) or Artistic, each is synonymous and each refers to our sport as a whole. Nowadays, you'll likely see just Artistic, so as not to be confused with Figures—a colloquial, verbally used term to refer to one of our sport's disciplines (Circle Figures).

(Y)our sport offers the most disciplines of any roller sport:

Figures, Loops, Solo Dance, Creative, Couples Dance, Free Dance, Quartet, Free Skating, Pairs, Precision, Small Show Groups, and Large Show Groups.

Roller skating is a global hobby, activity, and even a rite of passage—like learning to ride a bike. Roller Sports is no different. You can use the following table to learn more about disciplines at the national level (USARS) and international/world level (World Skate).

*Olympic Sport

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