IMPORTANT: ISA CHAMPIONSHIPS & CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
The welfare and safety of the entire international scooter community is top priority. Therefore, the ISA is carefully monitoring the outbreak of the Coronavirus (CONVID-19) and reviewing any actions that may be necessary. The ISA is working closely with all event organizers and constantly monitoring the advice from national governments, sporting associations and from the World Health Organization. We have created this dedicated page and will provide updates based on any further developments.
Many scooter events have been postponed worldwide. We aim to restart the qualifiers in June/July and to be able to continue the season. However, as we are unable to predict the future we can only monitor the situation carefully and keep everyone posted as soon as we can start making firm decisions. Subscribe to our newsletter to be kept updated – SUBSCRIBE HERE
Details will be posted below regarding any changes to ISA scooter championship events. Unless posted here the competitions will proceed as normal and riders can still qualify for the world championship finals.
ISA World Scooter Championship Finals
ISA Regional Scooter Championships – Qualifiers & Finals
European Championship: All events postponed – new dates to be advised ASAP
North American Championship: All events postponed – new dates to be advised ASAP
Austalasian Championship: All events postponed – new date to be advised ASAP.
ISA Wild Cards
Russia: Continues as normal – Russian Scooter Championship – Rampstroyhouse Skatepark – 16th May (Will be reviewed in April)
France: Events postponded
Canada: Event Postponed
Spain: Event Postponed
Japan: Event Postponed
World Health Organization advice (official site – click here)
It is recommended following these measures to reduce the general risk of transmission of acute respiratory infections:
- Avoid close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections;
- Wash your hands frequently, especially after direct contact with ill people or their
- Avoid unprotected contact with farm or wild animals;
- People with symptoms of acute respiratory infection should practise cough etiquette
(maintain distance, cover coughs and sneezes with disposable tissues or clothing, and wash their hands).