ISI World Recreational Team Championships

Aug. 3-6
Nashoba Valley Olympia
Boxborough, MA

Test & Entry Deadline: May 24

ISI World Recreational Team Championships is returning to the beautiful Boston area, where summer will be in full swing — can you smell the fresh “lobstah” rolls? But enough about fish and seafood,  let’s focus on our largest recreational competition of the year!

ISI Worlds gets underway Aug. 3 through Aug. 6 at Nashoba Valley Olympia in Boxborough, a quaint suburb filled with charming, historic houses — approximately 30 miles or about an hour’s drive from Massachusetts’ capital city of Boston (aka “Beantown!”)

This amazing facility has three sheets of ice (one with seating for 650 spectators); a snack bar, featuring nutritious snacks, sandwiches and drinks; a pro shop, dance room for off-ice training; and skate sharpening services.

Often drawing competitors from across the United States and a few foreign countries, ISI Worlds is our most popular national event and offers competitors of all skill levels and ages, from tots to seniors, an opportunity to perform and compete in the sport that they adore. Competitors can choose from more than 25 different event categories for individuals, partners, groups and teams.

The energy leading up to and at a Worlds event is invigorating! Every skater should experience it as least once in their lifetime. Warning: Once you do, you’ll be hooked. Many Worlds competitors return many times over to enjoy the excitement, fun and camaraderie found at this special competition. Read more at Recreational Ice Skating online

ISI Benefit Show – Purchase Tickets | General Admission | General Admission Group | VIP Admission |

A much-anticipated event at Worlds is the ISI Benefit Show, featuring a “celebrity” guest skater and Worlds participants selected throughout the week to perform in the engaging show. This year’s skater will be announced shortly. This year’s show will be held on Saturday (Aug 5). Tickets will go on sale soon!

Competitors’ Party – Purchase Tickets

ISI Worlds is unlike any other skating competition on the planet, so we like to celebrate it accordingly — in ISI style! We host a big bash — a Competitors’ Party — exclusively for Worlds participants and their families, and it always entails entertainment and FUN! This year, mateys, it’ll be all hands on deck Friday (Aug 4). as we cruise the Boston Harbor, eat, drink, and dance the night away!  Click here to purchase your tickets(s).

  • Two-hour private cruise aboard the “Freedom” yacht in the Boston Harbor
  • 7-9 p.m., Friday, Aug. 4 (Boat will begin loading at 6:15 pm.)
  • Includes a dinner*, non-alcoholic beverages, open bar and dancing to music (DJ)
  • Tickets: $42 per person (all ages)

*Assorted Chef’s choice sandwiches made with gourmet rolls and wraps. Sides: Garden and caesar salad with dressing on the side, house pasta salad, and potato chips. Vegetarian options are included and sandwiches are cut in half for convenience. Served with homemade cookies and brownies.

Massachusett Bay Lines
Gate C
60 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA 02110

Mass Bay Lines is easily accessible from all parts of Boston including Logan International Airport and the Massachusetts Turnpike. Vessels depart from Gate C at 60 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA, 02110. Although, if arriving by car, we suggest placing 400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA into the GPS for the best results. The closest T stations to Mass Bay Lines include the Blue Line at Aquarium and the Red Line at South Station. Also within walking distance are the Orange and Red Lines at Downtown Crossing along with the Orange and Green Lines at Haymarket. If running late/lost, please call (617) 542-8000.

Parking Information
You should try to arrive as early as possible to ensure that you find parking, as Massachusetts Bay Lines does not have its own lot. Please be advised the prices vary wildly with each garage/lot. You can realize considerable savings by parking in the North End or the Seaport district and walking ten minutes!