ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking

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The ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking are the objective merit-based method used by the International Skating Union (ISU) for single & pair skating and ice dance, as well as synchronized skating. Only eligible skaters/teams will be considered in the ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking.

Skaters/teams receive points based on their final placement at an event and the event's weight over the current and preceding two seasons. The ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking are updated after each eligible events. At the end of the current season, the points from the earliest season are deleted. If pairs and ice dance couples officially split up, their partnership will be removed from the Standings and Ranking. When a skater officially announces his or her retirement from competition, the standing and rank of the skater will be removed.

Overview[edit]

The ISU Council had implemented the former world standings system for single & pair skating and ice dance for several seasons before 2010. The world standings system for synchronized skating and the season's world ranking had not been implemented until 2010.

According to the "ISU Communication 1629" and "ISU Communication 1630" published by the ISU on July 21, 2010,[1][2][3] the ISU Council decided to implement two types of World Standings / Ranking, namely "ISU World Standings" and "ISU Season's World Ranking", since the 2010–11 season.

The ISU World Standings for single & pair skating and ice dance, are taking into account results of the preceding two seasons and the current season and remains the basis for the draws at ISU events and part of the criteria for the selection of competitors for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating and other ISU events designated by the ISU Council.

The ISU Season's World Ranking, is based on the results of the current ongoing season only. It has the main purpose to reflect the current competitive performances of the skaters and give the public and the media an indication of the current actual competitiveness of the skaters.

The ISU World Standings for synchronized skating, are taking into account results of the preceding two seasons and the current season. The standings will also guarantee objectivity and a help for the process of individual entries to ISU events. There will be a separate ranking for "Senior" and "Junior".

The ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking do not necessarily reflect the capabilities of some skaters/teams. Due to limits on entries to events (no more than three from each country), and varying numbers of high-level skaters/teams in each country, skaters/teams from some countries may find it more difficult to qualify to compete at major events. Thus, a skater/team with a lower season's best but from a country with few high-level skaters/teams may qualify to a major event while a skater/team with a much higher season's best but from a country with more than three high-level skaters/teams may not be sent. As a result, it is possible for a skater/team who regularly scores higher to end up with a much lower world standing.

Principles[edit]

Since the introduction of the world standings system, the method used to calculate the standing points of a skater has changed several times.

Points distribution (since the 2010–11 season)[edit]

For single & pair skating and ice dance[edit]

According to the "ISU Communication 1629" published by the ISU on July 21, 2010,[1][2] the world standing of a skater is calculated based on the results over the current and preceding two seasons. Competitors receive points based on their final placement at an event and the event's weight. The following events receive points:

Current and intermediate season's earned points will count 100%, and previous season's earned points will count 70%. Following the current season's World Championships, the results from the earliest season are deleted. A new partnership starts with zero points — there is no transfer of world standing points if pairs or ice dance couples split up and form a new partnership, and the previous partnership will be removed from the World Standings. When a skater officially announces his or her retirement from competition, the standing of the skater will be removed.

The season's world ranking of a skater is calculated similarly to the overall world standing but is based on the results of the ongoing season only.[1][2]

The ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking order will be updated after each event mentioned in the following table. Only eligible skaters will be considered in the ISU World Standings and Season's World Ranking.

Distribution of Points (10% Steps)[1][2]

Place WC/OWG EC/FC WJC GPF GP JGPF JGP IC
1 1200 840 500 800 400 350 250 250
2 1080 756 450 720 360 315 225 225
3 972 680 405 648 324 284 203 203
4 875 612 365 583 292 255 182 182
5 787 551 328 525 262 230 164 164
6 709 496 295 472 236 207 148
7 638 446 266 213 186 133
8 574 402 239 191 167 120
9 517 362 215 108
10 465 325 194 97
11 418 293 174
12 377 264 157
13 339 237 141
14 305 214 127
15 275 192 114
16 247 173 103
17 222 156 93
18 200 140 83
19 180 126 75
20 162 113 68
21 146 102 61
22 131 92 55
23 118 83 49
24 106 74 44
Event 11043 7729 4601 3748 2278 1994 1630 1024
  • WC = World Championships
  • OWG = Olympic Winter Games
  • EC = European Championships
  • FC = Four Continents Championships
  • WJC = World Junior Championships
  • GPF = Grand Prix Final
  • GP = Grand Prix
  • JGPF = Junior Grand Prix Final
  • JGP = Junior Grand Prix
  • IC = International Senior Competitions

For synchronized skating[edit]

According to the "ISU Communication 1630" published by the ISU on July 21, 2010,[3] the world standing of a team is calculated based on the results over the current and preceding two seasons.

The ISU World Standings order will be updated after each event mentioned in the following table. Only eligible teams will participate in the ISU World Standings.

Distribution of Points (10% Steps)[3]

Place WC WJC/WJCC IC IJC
1 840 600 400 250
2 756 540 360 225
3 680 486 324 203
4 612 437 292 182
5 551 394 262 164
6 496 354 236 148
7 446 319 213 133
8 402 287 191 120
9 362 258 108
10 325 232 97
11 293 209
12 264 188
13 237 169
14 214 153
15 192 137
16 173 124
17 156 111
18 140 100
19 126 90
20 113 81
21 102 73
22 92 66
23 83 59
24 74 53
Event 7729 5520 2278 1630
  • WC = World Championships
  • WJC = World Junior Championships
  • WJCC = World Junior Challenge Cup
  • IC = International Senior Competitions
  • IJC = International Junior Competitions

ISU World Standings for single & pair skating and ice dance[edit]

Current Standings[edit]

Season-end No. 1 skaters[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by discipline, of all skaters who are the No. 1 in the season-end standings ordered chronologically.

All disciplines[edit]

Season Men's singles Ladies' singles Pairs Ice dance
2001–02 Russia Evgeni Plushenko Russia Irina Slutskaya Russia Elena Berezhnaya
/ Anton Sikharulidze
France Marina Anissina
/ Gwendal Peizerat
2002–03 Russia Evgeni Plushenko United States Michelle Kwan China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
Russia Irina Lobacheva
/ Ilia Averbukh
2003–04 Russia Evgeni Plushenko United States Sasha Cohen China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
Bulgaria Albena Denkova
/ Maxim Staviski
2004–05 Russia Evgeni Plushenko Japan Shizuka Arakawa Russia Maria Petrova
/ Alexei Tikhonov
Russia Tatiana Navka
/ Roman Kostomarov
2005–06 Canada Jeffrey Buttle Russia Irina Slutskaya Russia Maria Petrova
/ Alexei Tikhonov
Russia Tatiana Navka
/ Roman Kostomarov
2006–07 Japan Daisuke Takahashi Japan Mao Asada China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
Canada Marie-France Dubreuil
/ Patrice Lauzon
2007–08 Japan Daisuke Takahashi Japan Mao Asada Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
France Isabelle Delobel
/ Olivier Schoenfelder
2008–09 Czech Republic Tomáš Verner South Korea Yuna Kim Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
Russia Oksana Domnina
/ Maxim Shabalin
2009–10 United States Evan Lysacek South Korea Yuna Kim Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2010–11 Japan Daisuke Takahashi Italy Carolina Kostner Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2011–12 Canada Patrick Chan Italy Carolina Kostner Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2012–13 Canada Patrick Chan Italy Carolina Kostner Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2013–14 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Japan Mao Asada Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2014–15 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
2015–16 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Japan Satoko Miyahara Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
2016–17 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Russia Evgenia Medvedeva Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
2017–18 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Canada Kaetlyn Osmond Germany Aljona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir

Skaters in the top 3 of the season-end Standings[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by discipline, of all skaters who are in the top 3 of the season-end standings ordered chronologically.

Men's singles[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2001–02 Russia Evgeni Plushenko 4175 Russia Alexei Yagudin 4021 United States Timothy Goebel 3709 [8]
2002–03 Russia Evgeni Plushenko 4110 United States Timothy Goebel 3598 Russia Alexei Yagudin 3464 [9]
2003–04 Russia Evgeni Plushenko 4875 France Brian Joubert 3900 United States Michael Weiss 3775 [10]
2004–05 Russia Evgeni Plushenko 4550 France Brian Joubert 3965 Canada Emanuel Sandhu 3925 [11][12]
2005–06 Canada Jeffrey Buttle 4550 Russia Evgeni Plushenko 4165 Canada Emanuel Sandhu 4110 [12][13]
2006–07 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 4505 France Brian Joubert 4345 Japan Nobunari Oda 4200 [14]
2007–08 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 4249 France Brian Joubert 4132 Switzerland Stéphane Lambiel 3932 [15]
2008–09 Czech Republic Tomáš Verner 4092 France Brian Joubert 3704 Belgium Kevin van der Perren 3589 [16]
2009–10 United States Evan Lysacek 4378 Czech Republic Tomáš Verner 4048 Canada Patrick Chan 3733 [17]
2010–11 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 4158 Canada Patrick Chan 4128 Japan Nobunari Oda 3897 [18][19]
2011–12 Canada Patrick Chan 4800 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 4198 Czech Republic Michal Brezina 3729 [20]
2012–13 Canada Patrick Chan 4808 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 4450 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 4117 [21]
2013–14 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 5078 Canada Patrick Chan 4608 Japan Tatsuki Machida 4147 [22]
2014–15 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 5169 Spain Javier Fernandez 4166 Kazakhstan Denis Ten 3992 [23]
2015–16 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 5145 Spain Javier Fernandez 4640 Kazakhstan Denis Ten 3764 [24]
2016–17 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 5390 Japan Shoma Uno 4487 Spain Javier Fernandez 4282 [25]
2017–18 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 5265 Japan Shoma Uno 5121 United States Nathan Chen 4920 [26]

Ladies' singles[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2001–02 Russia Irina Slutskaya 3989 United States Sarah Hughes 3748 United States Michelle Kwan 3725 [27]
2002–03 United States Michelle Kwan 3780 Russia Irina Slutskaya 3439 United States Sasha Cohen 3436 [28]
2003–04 United States Sasha Cohen 4655 Japan Shizuka Arakawa 4125 Japan Fumie Suguri 4125 [29]
2004–05 Japan Shizuka Arakawa 4305 United States Sasha Cohen 4290 Russia Irina Slutskaya 3987 [30][31]
2005–06 Russia Irina Slutskaya 4650 Japan Shizuka Arakawa 4030 Japan Miki Ando 3780 [32][33]
2006–07 Japan Mao Asada 4205 South Korea Yuna Kim 4000 Japan Yukari Nakano 3975 [34]
2007–08 Japan Mao Asada 4680 South Korea Yuna Kim 4364 Italy Carolina Kostner 3735 [35]
2008–09 South Korea Yuna Kim 4652 Italy Carolina Kostner 4635 Japan Mao Asada 4499 [36]
2009–10 South Korea Yuna Kim 4880 Italy Carolina Kostner 4195 Japan Mao Asada 4139 [37]
2010–11 Italy Carolina Kostner 4341 South Korea Yuna Kim 4264 Japan Miki Ando 4120 [38][39]
2011–12 Italy Carolina Kostner 5167 Japan Akiko Suzuki 4333 Russia Alena Leonova 4245 [40]
2012–13 Italy Carolina Kostner 5189 Japan Akiko Suzuki 4254 Japan Mao Asada 3688 [41]
2013–14 Japan Mao Asada 4572 Italy Carolina Kostner 4251 Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 3834 [42]
2014–15 Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva 4542 Japan Mao Asada 3920 Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 3825 [43]
2015–16 Japan Satoko Miyahara 4638 Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva 4222 Russia Elena Radionova 4079 [44]
2016–17 Russia Evgenia Medvedeva 5100 Japan Satoko Miyahara 4606 Russia Anna Pogorilaya 4289 [45]
2017–18 Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 5081 Russia Evgenia Medvedeva 4950 Japan Satoko Miyahara 4219 [46]

Pairs[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Couple Points Couple Points Couple Points
2001–02 Russia Elena Berezhnaya
/ Anton Sikharulidze
3729 Canada Jamie Salé
/ David Pelletier
3723 China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
3476 [47]
2002–03 China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
3638 Russia Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin
3495 Russia Elena Berezhnaya
/ Anton Sikharulidze
3174 [48]
2003–04 China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
4790 Russia Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin
4700 Russia Maria Petrova 4370 [49]
2004–05 Russia Maria Petrova 4540 China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
4515 Russia Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin
4390 [50][51]
2005–06 Russia Maria Petrova
/ Alexei Tikhonov
4540 Russia Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin
4405 China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
4400 [52][53]
2006–07 China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
4675 China Xue Shen
/ Hongbo Zhao
4490 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
4485 [54][55]
2007–08 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
4971 China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
4139 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
3658 [56]
2008–09 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
5252 China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
4454 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
3963 [57]
2009–10 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
5211 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
4449 China Dan Zhang
/ Hao Zhang
4016 [58][59]
2010–11 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
5007 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
4572 Russia Yuko Kavaguti
/ Alexander Smirnov
3675 [60][61]
2011–12 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
5029 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
4030 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
3751 [62]
2012–13 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
5525 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
4690 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
3693 [63]
2013–14 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
5674 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
4690 Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers
/ Dylan Moscovitch
3967 [64]
2014–15 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
4605 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
4425 Russia Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov
4155 [65]
2015–16 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
5020 Russia Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov
4426 China Wenjing Sui
/ Cong Han
3928 [66]
2016–17 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
4878 Russia Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov
4563 Russia Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov
3946 [67]
2017–18 Germany Aljona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
5270 Russia Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov
5117 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
4582 [68]

Ice dance[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Couple Points Couple Points Couple Points
2001–02 France Marina Anissina
/ Gwendal Peizerat
3930 Italy Barbara Fusar-Poli
/ Maurizio Margaglio
3608 Canada Shae-Lynn Bourne
/ Victor Kraatz
3426 [69]
2002–03 Russia Irina Lobacheva
/ Ilia Averbukh
3680 Canada Shae-Lynn Bourne
/ Victor Kraatz
3436 France Marina Anissina
/ Gwendal Peizerat
3325 [70]
2003–04 Bulgaria Albena Denkova
/ Maxim Staviski
4755 Russia Tatiana Navka
/ Roman Kostomarov
4575 Ukraine Elena Grushina
/ Ruslan Goncharov
4125 [71]
2004–05 Russia Tatiana Navka
/ Roman Kostomarov
4925 Bulgaria Albena Denkova
/ Maxim Staviski
4790 United States Tanith Belbin
/ Benjamin Agosto
4400 [72][73]
2005–06 Russia Tatiana Navka
/ Roman Kostomarov
4960 United States Tanith Belbin
/ Benjamin Agosto
4490 Bulgaria Albena Denkova
/ Maxim Staviski
4455 [74][75]
2006–07 Canada Marie-France Dubreuil
/ Patrice Lauzon
4570 Bulgaria Albena Denkova
/ Maxim Staviski
4465 Russia Oksana Domnina
/ Maxim Shabalin
4100 [76]
2007–08 France Isabelle Delobel
/ Olivier Schoenfelder
4316 Russia Oksana Domnina
/ Maxim Shabalin
4125 United States Tanith Belbin
/ Benjamin Agosto
3727 [77]
2008–09 Russia Oksana Domnina
/ Maxim Shabalin
4589 France Isabelle Delobel
/ Olivier Schoenfelder
4319 United States Tanith Belbin
/ Benjamin Agosto
3795 [78]
2009–10 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
4453 Russia Oksana Domnina
/ Maxim Shabalin
4132 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
3980 [79]
2010–11 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
4984 France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
4378 United Kingdom Sinead Kerr
/ John Kerr
3422 [80][81]
2011–12 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
5015 France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
4569 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
4434 [82]
2012–13 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
4840 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
4770 France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
4231 [83]
2013–14 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
5210 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
4929 Russia Ekaterina Bobrova
/ Dmitri Soloviev
4127 [84]
2014–15 Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
4837 United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
4432 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
4330 [85]
2015–16 United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
5020 Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
4917 United States Maia Shibutani
/ Alex Shibutani
4636 [86]
2016–17 United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
4853 United States Maia Shibutani
/ Alex Shibutani
4754 France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
4344 [87]
2017–18 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
5320 France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
4900 United States Madison Hubbell
/ Zachary Donohue
4600 [88]

Records and statistics[edit]

ISU Season's World Ranking[edit]

Season's No. 1 skaters[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by discipline, of all skaters who are the No. 1 in the season's rankings ordered chronologically.

All disciplines[edit]

Season Men's singles Ladies' singles Pairs Ice dance
2010–11 Canada Patrick Chan Italy Carolina Kostner Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
2011–12 Canada Patrick Chan Italy Carolina Kostner Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2012–13 Canada Patrick Chan Japan Mao Asada Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2013–14 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2014–15 Spain Javier Fernandez Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
2015–16 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Russia Evgenia Medvedeva Russia Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov
United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
2016–17 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Russia Evgenia Medvedeva Russia Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov
Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2017–18 United States Nathan Chen Russia Alina Zagitova Germany Aljona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron

Skaters in the top 3 of the season's rankings[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by discipline, of all skaters who are in the top 3 of the season's rankings ordered chronologically.

Men's singles[edit]

Season Season's No. 1 Season's No. 2 Season's No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2010–11 Canada Patrick Chan 2400 Japan Takahiko Kozuka 2128 Russia Artur Gachinski 1921 [19]
2011–12 Canada Patrick Chan 2400 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2205 Japan Daisuke Takahashi 2200 [20]
2012–13 Canada Patrick Chan 2248 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2245 Spain Javier Fernandez 2158 [21]
2013–14 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2610 Japan Tatsuki Machida 2313 Canada Patrick Chan 2200 [22]
2014–15 Spain Javier Fernandez 2320 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2240 Russia Sergei Voronov 2207 [23]
2015–16 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2530 Spain Javier Fernandez 2320 Japan Shoma Uno 1884 [24]
2016–17 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2700 Japan Shoma Uno 2428 United States Nathan Chen 2220 [89]
2017–18 United States Nathan Chen 2700 Russia Mikhail Kolyada 2539 Japan Shoma Uno 2500 [90]

Ladies' singles[edit]

Season Season's No. 1 Season's No. 2 Season's No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2010–11 Italy Carolina Kostner 2342 Japan Miki Ando 2125 United States Alissa Czisny 1987 [39]
2011–12 Italy Carolina Kostner 2650 Japan Akiko Suzuki 2092 Russia Alena Leonova 2088 [40]
2012–13 Japan Mao Asada 2172 United States Ashley Wagner 1907 Japan Akiko Suzuki 1764 [41]
2013–14 Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 2450 Japan Mao Asada 2400 Russia Adelina Sotnikova 2085 [42]
2014–15 Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva 3000 Russia Elena Radionova 2092 Japan Satoko Miyahara 2028 [43]
2015–16 Russia Evgenia Medvedeva 2700 Japan Satoko Miyahara 2260 United States Ashley Wagner 2063 [44]
2016–17 Russia Evgenia Medvedeva 2400 Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 2323 Russia Anna Pogorilaya 2047 [91]
2017–18 Russia Alina Zagitova 2700 Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 2548 Japan Wakaba Higuchi 2432 [92]

Pairs[edit]

Season Season's No. 1 Season's No. 2 Season's No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2010–11 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
2400 China Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong
2092 Russia Vera Bazarova
/ Yuri Larionov
1922 [61]
2011–12 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
2700 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
2400 Japan Narumi Takahashi
/ Mervin Tran
1804 [62]
2012–13 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
2650 Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers
/ Dylan Moscovitch
2010 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
1915 [63]
2013–14 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
2570 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
2400 Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers
/ Dylan Moscovitch
1957 [64]
2014–15 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
2700 China Wenjing Sui
/ Cong Han
2088 Russia Yuko Kavaguti
/ Alexander Smirnov
2012 [65]
2015–16 Russia Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov
2375 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
2320 United States Alexa Scimeca
/ Chris Knierim
2010 [66]
2016–17 Russia Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov
2432 Germany Aliona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
2180 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
2104 [93]
2017–18 Germany Aljona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
2670 Russia Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov
2305 Canada Meagan Duhamel
/ Eric Radford
2290 [94]

Ice dance[edit]

Season Season's No. 1 Season's No. 2 Season's No. 3 Notes
Skater Points Skater Points Skater Points
2010–11 France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
2495 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2400 United States Maia Shibutani
/ Alex Shibutani
1784 [81]
2011–12 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2570 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2280 France Nathalie Péchalat
/ Fabian Bourzat
1980 [82]
2012–13 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2400 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2200 Russia Ekaterina Bobrova
/ Dmitri Soloviev
2107 [83]
2013–14 United States Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White
2650 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2450 Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
2190 [84]
2014–15 France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
2548 Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
2472 United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
2470 [85]
2015–16 United States Madison Chock
/ Evan Bates
2392 United States Maia Shibutani
/ Alex Shibutani
2306 Canada Kaitlyn Weaver
/ Andrew Poje
2287 [86]
2016–17 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2700 Russia Ekaterina Bobrova
/ Dmitri Soloviev
2370 France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
2200 [95]
2017–18 France Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
2700 Canada Tessa Virtue
/ Scott Moir
2620 United States Madison Hubbell
/ Zachary Donohue
2323 [96]

Records and statistics[edit]

ISU World Standings for synchronized skating[edit]

Season-end No. 1 teams[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by level, of all teams who are the No. 1 in the season-end standings ordered chronologically.

Teams in the top 3 of the season-end Standings[edit]

The remainder of this section is a complete list, by level, of all teams who are in the top 3 of the season-end standings ordered chronologically.

Senior Synchronized[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Team Points Team Points Team Points
2014–15 Finland Team Marigold Ice Unity 3120 Canada Team Nexxice Senior 2885 Finland Team Rockettes 2732 [97][98]
2015–16 Russia Team Paradise 2892 Finland Team Rockettes 2848 Finland Team Marigold Ice Unity 2824 [99]
2016–17 Russia Team Paradise 3280 Finland Team Rockettes 2827 Finland Team Marigold Ice Unity 2765 [100]
2017–18 Russia Team Paradise 3120 Finland Team Marigold Ice Unity 2968 Finland Team Rockettes 2564 [101]

Junior Synchronized[edit]

Season Season-end No. 1 Season-end No. 2 Season-end No. 3 Notes
Team Points Team Points Team Points
2014–15 Finland Team Fintastic Junior 1768 Finland Team Musketeers Junior 1693 Canada Team Les Suprêmes Junior 1563 [102][103]
2015–16 Canada Team Les Suprêmes Junior 1728 Finland Team Fintastic Junior 1683 Finland Team Musketeers Junior 1596 [104]
2016–17 United States Team Skyliners Junior 1780 Finland Team Fintastic Junior 1672 Canada Team Les Suprêmes Junior 1629 [105]
2017–18 Russia Team Junost Junior 1950 United States Team Skyliners Junior 1905 Finland Team Fintastic Junior 1567 [106]

See also[edit]

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