The Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships come to Columbus, Ohio on January 22-28, 2024. It will be the first time this event graces the ice at Nationwide Arena. Though it's still almost a year away, here are the basics to get you ready for the event.

Is this the first major ice skating event to come to Columbus?

Yes, from a competitive sense. Though there have been several events featuring figure skating stars like Scott Hamilton, Dororthy Hamill, Brian Boitano, Michelle Kwan. 

What are People Saying?

"Bringing even more recognition to a city already known as a sports destination, Columbus will host the 2024 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships for the first time next January."
- Columbus Dispatch

“As a community asset, Nationwide Arena is thrilled to host the 2024 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. We look forward to hosting this world-class event and once again putting Columbus in the national spotlight.”
- Columbus Arena Management Chief Operating Officer and Nationwide Arena Senior Vice President Mike Gatto 

“U.S. Figure Skating is thrilled to host this prestigious event for the first time in Columbus. Nationwide Arena offers the unique benefit of housing two rinks under one roof for a seamless transition from practice to competition for our competing athletes. Plus, its central location in downtown Columbus creates an accessible, fan-friendly and energetic atmosphere that will make an exciting destination for competitors, coaches, their families and fans alike.”
-  U.S. Figure Skating Chief Executive Officer Tracy Marek

“We are excited to bring the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and High-Performance Development Camp to Columbus for the first time in 2024. Hosting the Championships has been a goal for our city since the early days of the Sports Commission. Our local organizing committee and figure skating community are passionate about elevating the profile of this event by creating memorable experiences for athletes, fans and everyone who comes to visit.“
- Greater Columbus Sports Commission CEO & President Linda Logan


Figure Skating's History in Columbus

Though this is the first major competitive event in the city, ice skating has a long history here. Get to know the people, places and events that made their mark in the sport locally.


More Information

We set up as your one-stop shop for everything you need to know or do for the Championships. For now you can learn about the event, watch highlights, find answers to FAQs and more. Also as soon as tickets are on sale and the schedule is out, that information will be there as well.



Tickets go on sale this spring (2023). Sign up here to be the first to know when they're on sale. Because this is a multiple-day event there will be several options to see it live. The first type of tickets to go on sale will be All-Session. Those will get you into every single session. Weekend passes and single-session tickets go on sale later this year. 



Though the schedule isn't out yet. We know one thing for sure. Fans will be able to watch practice sessions at the OhioHealth Ice Haus for free! Get a taste of the action without spending a dime.