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The Twin City Figure Skating Association (TCFSA) consists of figure skating clubs within Minnesota who are permanent members of U.S. Figure Skating and have joined the association. The association was initially formed with the combined efforts of the figure skating clubs of Minneapolis, St. Paul and Braemar-City of Lakes who joined together to host the 1973 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
U.S. Figure Skating is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating in the United States. There were seven charter member clubs in 1921 when the association was formed (FSC Mpls was one of the original seven!) and first became a member of the ISU. To date, U.S. Figure Skating has more than 750 member, school-affiliated and collegiate clubs.
The Ice Sports Industry (ISI) is an international industry trade association encompassing all aspects of the ice sports industry. Founded in 1959 as a nonprofit organization for owners, operators and developers of ice skating facilities, ISI also created America’s original learn-to-skate program and has introduced more than 10 million individuals to the wonderful world of ice skating.