U.S. Figure Skating is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating in the United States. U.S. Figure Skating is a member of the International Skating Union, the international federation for figure skating, and is a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee.
U.S. Figure Skating is composed of member clubs, collegiate clubs, school-affiliated clubs, individual members, Friends of Figure Skating and Basic Skills programs. One of the strongest & largest governing bodies within the winter Olympic movement, more than 170,000 members in more than 700 member clubs, collegiate clubs and school-affiliated clubs, & more than 900 registered Basic Skills programs.
The charter member clubs numbered seven in 1921 when the association was formed and first became a member of the ISU.
U.S. Figure Skating's national headquarters - located in Colorado Springs, Colo. is also home to the World Figure Skating Museum & Hall of Fame, which is toured by more than 15,000 visitors annually.