About Worlds 2024

About the Event

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® is an annual event that moves around the globe, attracting more than 300 million television viewers worldwide and showcasing the 200 best athletes from 50 countries in four disciplines: men, women, pair and ice dance. An event of this magnitude could not take place without the contribution of the Government of Canada, the Government of Quebec, the City of Montreal and Tourisme Montréal.

The 2024 World Championships will mark Canada’s 11th time hosting, and a second for Montreal. Montreal last hosted the Championships in 1932, the very first time Canada hosted the event. Canada last hosted the event in London, Ontario, in 2013.

Event Schedule

Past Medallists

Meet Your Event Ambassadors

Joannie Rochette & Patrick Chan

Brand Identity

Setting the STage

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® Montreal 2024 Logo

In 2024, Montreal will be the host city for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® and the logo will be the key visual ambassador for this event. As part of the ISU and Skate Canada community, the consistent use of this logo enables us to build strong emotional connections to the brand and the event. Inspired by the aurora borealis, the brand identity for the championships reflects the natural beauty of Canada which is known for its raw, rustic, and natural landscapes. Nothing reflects this better than the incredible phenomenon of the aurora borealis, an energy charged event where solar winds, ions and natural gases come together, dispersing an incredible light show you will never forget.

The Official Logo

Logo Rationale and Graphic Elements

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® Montreal 2024 logo is the most visible representation of our event. It is an expression of our personality and a distillation of all the exciting experiences that make us unique.

The logo containing four blades is meant to signify the four skating events at the world championships: men, women, pair and ice dance. The four stars pay homage to the four seasons that each bring their own look, feel and diversity to the different regions and seasons of our country.

Logo Rationale