2020-2021 WORLD STANDINGS
The World Standings for the 2020-2021 season were published after each of the four disciplines concluded at the 2021 World Championships. These results are an accumulation of the preceding two seasons and the current one.
As at March 27, 2021, Nathan Chen sits at the top of the men′s leaderboard with 4,080 points, ahead of Japan′s Yuzuru Hanyu (4,002) and Shoma Uno (3,515).
Following the ladies free skate in Stockholm on March 26, the points were calculated. Once again, Rika Kihira of Japan is the top lady on the list with a score 4,196, more than 400 points over Anna Shcherbakova of FSR, who finished second with 3,726.
In pairs, China′s Cheng Peng and Yang Jin once again top the scoreboard with 3,662 points, ahead of two teams from FSR, Aleksandra Boikova and Dmitrii Kozlovskii (3,585) and Anastasia Mishina and Alexander Galliamov (3,568).
Victoria Sinitsina and Nikita Katsalapov of FSR repeat as top scorers with 4,178 points, ahead of Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue of the U.S. (3,858), and Canada’s Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier close out the top three with 3,827 points.
How are these numbers compiled? The format is explained in this ISU Communication
2020-2021 SEASON WORLD RANKING
With so few competitions this season, the Season World Ranking for the 2020-2021 campaign is based on the results of the 2021 World Championships. Only those skaters/teams that made the cut for the free skates/free dance earned World Ranking points and are in the same order that the skaters/teams finished in Stockholm.
As with the World Standings, Nathan Chen is at the top of the men’s discipline following his victory in Stockholm, with Japan′s Yuma Kagiyama, Yuzuru Hanyu and Shoma Uno rounding out the top four.
Anna Shcherbakova likewise tops the ladies leaderboard with two of her teammates in second and third.
In pairs, Anastasia Mishina and Alexander Galliamov take first place ahead of China′s Wenjing Sui and Cong Han.
Victoria Sinitsina and Nikita Katsalapov are ranked No. 1 in ice dance, with Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue and Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier in second and third place, respectively.