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Usage

This is an infobox for an article on a specific figure skating competition. The only required field is title. If no fields are defined from a section, that section header will not be displayed.

Use the reigning fields for a future competition for which there are reigning champions. Use the defending fields for a future competition for which there are defending champions. Use the champions fields for a competition that has already crowned champions.


{{Infobox Figure Skating Competition
|title= 
|image= 
|imagesize= 
|caption= 
|comptype= 
|startdate= 
|enddate= 
|skatingseason= 
|location= 
|host= 
|venue= 
|prizemoney= 
|reignmen= 
|reignladies= 
|reignpairs= 
|reigndance= 
|reignsynchro= 
|defendmen= 
|defendladies= 
|defendpairs= 
|defenddance= 
|defendsynchro= 
|championmen= 
|championladies= 
|championpairs= 
|championdance= 
|championsynchro= 
|previouscomp= 
|nextcomp= 
|previousgp= 
|nextgp= 
}}

Parameters

Parameter Explanation
title Title of the competition
image Use Image Name.jpg, not [[Image:Image name.jpg]]
imagesize The size of the image. Defaults to 255px
caption Caption for the image.
comptype The type of competition, such as ISU Championship, Grand Prix, or National Championship
startdate The start date for the competition. Use this field also for a competition that took place over one day.
enddate The end date for the competition. If this field is not defined and startdate is, the template treats startdate as the only date field.
skatingseason The skating season during which the competition took place.
location The location of the competition.
host The host of the competition.
venue The venue for the competition.
prizemoney The total prize money for the competition.
reignmen The reigning champion in men's singles, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
reignladies The reigning champion in ladies singles, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
reignpairs The reigning champion in pairs, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
reigndance The reigning champion in ice dancing, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
reignsynchro The reigning champions in synchronized skating, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
defendmen The defending champion in men's singles, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
defendladies The defending champion in ladies singles, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
defendpairs The defending champion in pairs, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
defenddance The defending champion in ice dancing, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
defendsynchro The defending champions in synchronized skating, if applicable. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
championmen The men's singles champion of the competition. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
championladies The ladies singles champion of the competition. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that skater.
championpairs The pairs champions of the competition. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
championdance The ice dancing champions of the competition. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
championsynchro The synchronized skating champions of the competition. For international competitions, use {{flagicon|Name Of Country}} before the name to indicate the country represented by that team.
previouscomp The previous year's competition. For example, the previous competition for the 2007 Four Continents Championships was the 2006 Four Continents Championships.
nextcomp The follow year's competition. For example, the following competition for the 2007 Four Continents Championships was the 2008 Four Continents Championships.
previousgp The previous Grand Prix event in that season's Grand Prix series. For example, the previous Grand Prix event for the 2007 Skate Canada International was the 2007 Skate America.
nextgp The following Grand Prix event in that season's Grand Prix series. For example, the next Grand Prix event for the 2007 Skate America was the 2007 Skate Canada International.

Examples

2007 World Figure Skating Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Date: March 19 – March 25
Season: 2006–2007
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Prize money: US $710,000
Champions
Men's singles:
France Brian Joubert
Ladies' singles:
Japan Miki Ando
Pair skating:
China Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo
Ice dancing:
Bulgaria Albena Denkova & Maxim Staviski
Navigation
Previous: 2006 World Figure Skating Championships
Next: 2008 World Figure Skating Championships
{{Infobox Figure Skating Competition
|title= 2007 World Figure Skating Championships
|image=
|imagesize=
|caption=
|comptype= ISU Championship
|startdate= March 19 
|enddate= March 25
|skatingseason= 2006–2007
|location= [[Tokyo, Japan]]
|host=
|venue= [[Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium]] 
|prizemoney= US $710,000
|championmen= {{flagicon|FRA}} [[Brian Joubert]]
|championladies= {{flagicon|JPN}} [[Miki Ando]]
|championpairs= {{flagicon|CHN}} [[Shen Xue]] & [[Zhao Hongbo]]
|championdance= {{flagicon|BUL}} [[Albena Denkova]] & [[Maxim Staviski]]
|previouscomp= [[2006 World Figure Skating Championships]]
|nextcomp= [[2008 World Figure Skating Championships]]
|previousgp=
|nextgp=
}}


2008 Cup of Russia
The arena during the competition
The arena during the competition
Type: Grand Prix
Date: November 20 – November 23
Season: 2008–2009
Location: Moscow
Venue: Megasport Arena
Champions
Men's singles:
France Brian Joubert
Ladies' singles:
Italy Carolina Kostner
Pair skating:
China Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao
Ice dancing:
Russia Jana Khokhlova & Sergei Novitski
Navigation
Previous: 2007 Cup of Russia
Next: 2009 Cup of Russia
Previous GP: 2008 Trophée Eric Bompard
Next GP: 2008 NHK Trophy
{{Infobox Figure Skating Competition
|title= 2008 Cup of Russia
|image= Cup of Russia 2008 - 4.jpg
|imagesize= 
|caption=  The arena during the competition
|comptype= Grand Prix
|startdate=  November 20
|enddate= November 23
|skatingseason=  2008–2009
|location= [[Moscow]]
|host= 
|venue= [[Megasport Arena]]
|prizemoney= 
|championmen= {{flagicon|FRA}} [[Brian Joubert]] 
|championladies= {{flagicon|ITA}} [[Carolina Kostner]]  
|championpairs= {{flagicon|CHN}} [[Zhang Dan]] & [[Zhang Hao]]  
|championdance= {{flagicon|RUS}} [[Jana Khokhlova]] & [[Sergei Novitski]] 
|previouscomp= [[2007 Cup of Russia]]
|nextcomp= [[2009 Cup of Russia]]
|previousgp= [[2008 Trophée Eric Bompard]]
|nextgp= [[2008 NHK Trophy]]
}}


2009 German Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Date: December 18 – December 21
Season: 2008–2009
Location: Oberstdorf
Champions
Men's singles:
Peter Liebers
Ladies' singles:
Annette Dytrt
Pair skating:
Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy
Ice dancing:
Carolina Hermann / Daniel Hermann
Synchronized skating:
Team Berlin 1
Navigation
Previous: 2008 German Championships
Next: 2010 German Championships
{{Infobox Figure Skating Competition
|title= 2009 German Figure Skating Championships
|image= 
|imagesize= 
|caption= 
|comptype= National Championship
|startdate= December 18
|enddate= December 21
|skatingseason= 2008–2009
|location= [[Oberstdorf]]
|host= 
|venue= 
|prizemoney= 
|championmen= [[Peter Liebers]] 
|championladies= [[Annette Dytrt]]
|championpairs= [[Aliona Savchenko]] / [[Robin Szolkowy]]
|championdance= [[Carolina Hermann]] / [[Daniel Hermann]]
|championsynchro= [[Team Berlin 1]]
|previouscomp= [[2008 German Figure Skating Championships|2008 German Championships]]
|nextcomp= [[2010 German Figure Skating Championships|2010 German Championships]]
}}

See also