ISU Grand Prix 2021
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The Grand Prix of the Figure Skating series for the 2021-22 season has been announced. Top skaters being will participate in six main events from October to December. Today, we will know about the ISU Grand Prix 2021 schedule, broadcasting information, and top assignments here.

Total 38 men, 44 women, 25 pairs teams, and 34 ice dance duos from 21 different countries will participate in this event. The final of the series will feature the top six skaters or teams from each discipline.

When and Where is ISU Grand Prix 2021?

The series will start on October 22 as the United States 2021 Skate America and finish on December 12 as Japan 2021-22 Grand Prix Finals. The schedule of the whole series including the venue is given below:

Date Event Venue
October 22–24 2021 Skate America Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
October 29–31 Canada 2021 Skate Canada Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
November 5–7 2021 Grand Prix of Italy Turin, Italy
November 12–14 2021 NHK Trophy Tokyo, Japan
November 19–21 2021 Internationaux de France Grenoble, France
November 26–28 2021 Rostelecom Cup Sochi, Russia
December 9–12 Japan 2021–22 Grand Prix Final Osaka, Japan

How to Watch ISU Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream?

You will find many options if you want to watch the ISU Grand Prix live stream online. In Asia, SBS will show the match in South Korea, Tencent will broadcast the ISU GP in China and TV Asahi will broadcast the match in Japan.

Eurosport will broadcast the ISU GP live for the fans of Europe. For that, you will need a cable tv connection. Contact your cable operator, if you are missing the channel on your TV.

CBC, NBC, Olympic Channel, etc will show the event in the USA. You will also be able to watch the match on Peacock premium. It will cost you $5 per month. The event will be broadcast on Sky in Central America.

Read More: Skate America 2021: Live Stream, Schedule, TV Coverage Guide

Top Assignments:

  • Olympic silver medallist Uno Shoma: Skate America and the Grand Prix of Japan.
  • World bronze medallist Alexandra Trusova will appear at Skate America, Grand Prix of Japan.
  • Two-time world medallist Miyahara Satoko will participate in Skate America, China.
  • Two-time world ice dance medallists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue will appear at Skate America, China.
  • 2015 world champion Elizaveta Tuktamysheva will participate in Skate Canada, Russia.
  • 2020 European champion Alena Kostornaia will appear at Skate Canada, France.
  • Kihira Rika: Skate Canada, Japan.
  • Olympic silver medallists Sui Wenjing and Han Cong will participate at Skate Canada, China.
  • World bronze medallists Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier will appear at Skate Canada, France.
  • Alysa Liu at his senior Grand Prix debut: Skate Canada, then goes to Japan.
  • New pairs team Vanessa James and Eric Radford at their debut: Skate Canada.
  • World medallist Kagiyama Yuma will appear at the Cup of China, France.
  • World medallist Mikhail Kolyada will participate in the Cup of China, Russia.
  • Two-time world medallists Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov will appear at Skate America, Grand Prix of Japan.
  • Up-and-coming juniors Kamila Valieva and Daria Usacheva at their senior debuts.


It’s very fascinating news for the skating fans that the ISU Grand Prix 2021 will start after a few moments. So if you are a fan, call your friends and catch all the actions live of your favorite athletes.


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