Synchronized skating (short: SYS) is a sport where up to sixteen figure skaters perform together as a team.
They move as a flowing unit at high speed over the ice, while completing comprehensive footwork with an emphasis on maintaining precise formations and timing of the group. A defined number of elements with various levels of difficulty is mandatory at competitions..
22 skaters lacing up once a week for 2 hours off and on ice training.
Founded in 2016, the adult synchronized skating team is coached by Finnish Champion Ms. Noora Karjalainen.
The team consists of former single and synchronized skaters who share the same passion.
Team Lumi skates for the International Skating Club Austria (ISCA).
Team Lumi’s home rink is the EisStadthalle in Vienna.
In season 2019/20 Team Lumi strives to participate in international competitions such as the Amade Cup in Salzburg or the Snowflake Trophy in Zagreb for the first time.
The previous seasons the emphasis was on shows, exhibition skates and guest appearances. Highlights are the opening of the Christmas market in Villach or the show at Wiener Meisterschaft.
Villacher Advent Opening 15 November 2019
Zagreb Snowflake Trophy 17-19 January 2020
Landesmeisterschaft, Gmunden 21-23 February 2020
Amade Cup, Salzburg 30 March 2020