In June 2010, the International Skating Union Council will present a proposal to amend Rule 108 of the Constitution to change the age limits for figure skating, including ice dancing.  The ISU Council previously proposed to change this rule at the 2008 Congress, but the motion failed.  This year’s proposal, in part, responds to feedback from the failed 2008 proposal.  Instead of taking effect for a season that begins just several months after the Congress, the ISU would give skaters and federations a year before the change takes place.  The one year reprieve is only for the ice dance and pairs disciplines.  The change would go into effect for the 2010/2011 season for singles skaters. 

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