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LKK:s summer camp 2019

Welcome to Figure Skating camp in Luleå

30 June - 13 July 2019

Period 1: 30 June - 6 July


Period 2: 7 July - 13 July


Training Options

Basic test training





Alternative accommodations








Training Options

Training Option 1

Monday to Friday: Training is divided into two ice sessions of 50 mins and one off-ice training per dag

Saturday: One ice session

Sunday: Day off

Training Option 2: 

Monday to Friday: Training is divided into three ice sessions of 50 minutes or two ice sessions of 75 minutes and one off-ice training per day

Saturday: One ice session

Sunday: Day off

Training times are from 07.00 to 22.00. Our goal is to have not more than 8 skaters per group. All skater are welcome to register for a place on the camp but skaters with Leo badges 5 and upwards will be prioritised.  

So that the level in the group can be as even as possible, please fill in the applications are carefully as you can. 

Basic test training
Depending on the number of people interested, we will offer a training session before the basic test. The level will be from Grund to Basic 4. We will be offering two sessions lasting 30mins/week

Swedish Figure Skating Tests

We will be offering test sessions on Saturday 6th July. The exact times will be given closer to the time. If you are interested in taking a test, please fill in the application form for which level of test you would be interested in. For those of you coming on week 28, a training session before the tests may be on offer. 

Our coaches

Alexander Majorov (ice)

Alexander has been an elite figure skater in the Russian national team and has been coached by Alexej Mishin. He has 5-year coaching university education and was a top trainer at the school of Olympic Reserve in St Petersburg. Among other things, he has trained Olympic gold medallist Alexei Yagudin (Salt Lake City, 2002). Alexander received the Russian government’s medal for his commitment to figure skating. Since 1990 Alexander has been the head coach for Luleå KK and also trains the Swedish national team.

Svetlana Banova (ice)

Svetlana has been a coach for 30 years. She has a coaching education from Russia and a further education as a physiotherapist from Sweden. Svetlana has been working in Sweden since 1996, and she also has experience as a figure skating coach in both Norway and Germany. Currently, she is the head coach at VFKK (Gothenburg) and a physiotherapist at Sahlgrenska.

Tanja Isayeva (ice)

Tanja is originally from the Ukraine and has a university education in coaching from National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine (formerly Kyiv State Institute of Physical Education) in figure skating. This included both teaching as well as choreography. Tanja was a Ukrainan national champion from 1974-1978 (while it was part of Soviet Union) and has both own experience as a skater and many years of experience as a coach. She has worked as the head coach in Sundsvalls KK, Timrå KK and IFK Helsingborg. Currently, she is the head coach in Gavleskäret (Gävle). She speaks both Swedish and Russian

Alexander Gennadjevish (ice)

Alex Gennadjevish comes from Brest, Belarus, where he has been a coach for 14 years. He has been a coach in Russia, Finland and Trelleborg. He himself has been a top skater in the former Soviet Union in the late 90s. He was Belarus's champion in figure skating 1999-2000 and has the honorable title of Masters of Sports of Russia which only one can achieve that has performed at the top in competitions nationally and internationally. He was also part of St. Petersburg's Ice Ballet Group. He speaks Russian, conversational English and is studies Swedish.

Clara Callne (ice)

Clara Callne carreer in skating comes from Luleå Figure Skating club and she has been coached throughout by Alexander Majorov. During this time she has taken medals in regional competition, youth national level competitions and Junior national level competetions. Following her carreer in competitive figure skating, she has worked as a professional skater on två of Royal Carribeans cruise ships. "As a coach at Luleå Figure skating club and now at Umea's skating club, I am looking forward to contributing with my knowledge and experience but most of all to being able to share the enjoyment and love that I feel to this sport" says Clara.

Irina Majorov (Off-ice)

Irina is responsible for floor exercises specifically adapted for figure skating, which includes dance, ballet, strength, Callanetics, Pilates and composition. She has a 4-year education as a dance teacher and choreographer as well as further educational courses from SKF, SOK and ISU. She was previously a choreographer at the school of Olympic reserve in St Petersburg. Currently, Irina is a coach at Luleå Konståkningsklubb and teaches ballet at Luleå Rytmik & Balettförening. She speaks both Swedish and Russian.

Ice Rink and Sports hall

Training takes place in Sunderbyn approx. 10 km from Luleå centre, which is a quiet, scenic village close to the beach and local shop. Local buses go directly from the sports facility into town several times an hour. The ice rink and sports hall are situated close to each other. 


Accommodation is at the Sunderby folkhögskolas (college) area) 100 m from the ice rink. Participants must provide themselves with a duvet, pillow, sheets or sleeping bag and something to sleep on (e.g. inflatable mattress). During the camp week, there is always a camp parent who can be contacted by phone at +46 (0)73-842 29 66. To stay without a parent or accompanying adult, the ice-skater should be 11 years old and be able to take responsibility for their stay with regards to training times, mealtimes and bedtimes. Depending on available space, accompanying adults can stay and eat at the camp. If you would like to take up this option, please state this in the registration form. 

Alternative accommodation 

Sunderby folkhögskola (immediately adjacent to the camp lodgings)  - This is a hotel standard hostel adjacent to the camp lodgings. www.sunderby.fhsk.se 

Arcus camping 12 km from Sunderbyn’s ice rink) with cottages, pool and beach. https://firstcamp.se/destination/arcus-lulea/

Scandic hotel (12 km from Sunderbyns ice rink)  http://www.scandic-hotels.se/ Special offer from Scandic for participants and relatives:

Double room 760 SEK/ night

3-bed room 1110 SEK/night 

4-bed room 1310 SEK/night

All prices include breakfast, WIFI, free parking and access to pool, sauna and gym. For bookings contact the hotel directly via mail to This is a mailto link.


Breakfast, lunch, evening meals as well as an evening snack can be bought see Camp fees. The food is served in the cafeteria in the ice rink.

Food over the weekend

For those of you who have registered for lodging for the weekend between the two camp weeks, a simple breakfast and evening snack will be served at the lodging on Saturday night and Sunday morning. No evening meal will be served on Saturday nor will there be a lunch or evening meal on Sunday. Close by is a pizzeria (http://sunderbynsrestaurangcafe.se/) as well as a local bus (http://www.llt.lulea.se/) to Gammelstad centre and Luleå town centre. 

Arrival and enrolment

Enrolment is between 15.00–18.00 on the Sundays (30 June, 7 July) at the lodgings. 


Transport to and from the train, bus or airport can be arranged. Request for transport be done by mailing This is a mailto link by 2019-06-16.


Fees in SEK

Paid by


Registration fee



Registration Fee is in addition to the Camp Fee

Camp fee, option 1




Camp fee, option 2




Food and Lodging



sö kväll – lö lunch

Food (All meals)



sö kväll – lö lunch

Food (lunch/evening meal)



Må lunch – lö lunch

Food  lunch only




Single meal lunch/ evening meal    


At mealtime


Single meal Breakfast/evening snack


At mealtime




On pickup

Per person/ single trip



On enrolment




At test session


 Paying can be made to  plusgiro 80 91 44-9. Or Swish to 123 121 70 82

Mark payments with name + camp + what the payment is for (registration fee, camp fee, food, accommodation)

 Pay in the registration fee by 2019-04-07. Pay in good time to be sure you have a place at the camp. The order of priority depends on the day that the registration fee is paid into the account.

 Pay in the camp fee by 2019-06-12. If the fee is not paid in time the camp management have the right to give the place to another ice-skater.

 Payment from overseas can be made to : IBAN: SE74 9500 0099 6034 0809 1449 BIC: NDEASESS

 Payment for the basic training is to be done on enrollment. Payment can be made by cash or by card. (Visa or Mastercard) or Swish


 Register is now closed. Please send a mail to This is a mailto link for conserns regarding registration.


Confirmation of a place at the camp will be sent out at the beginning of May to the email given in the registration form.


If a cancellation is made before the 31 May, all payments are refunded.

 In the case of a cancellation after 31 May, but before enrolment, the camp fee will be refunded if the cancellation is due to illness or injury (a doctor’s certificate is required). In both cases the registration fee is non-refundable (500 kr).

In case of illness or injury during the camp period, a refund of up to 50% of the camp fee will be given. The refund is reduced from 50% by 10% per completed day of the camp (or 5%/day if the participant is on a two week camp). Again a doctor’s certificate for the injury or illness is required.


Tina Nilsson 070-351 80 70 

Frida Yazdani 070-611 40 22

Email: This is a mailto link



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