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  • Oberstdorf
  • Oberstdorf
  • Oberstdorf
  • Oberstdorf

19.06. - 17.07.2021 iceDOME Oberstdorf

The village of Oberstdorf is the southernmost municipality in Germany and well-known for its winter sports tradition.

With its Nebelhorn and Fellhornbahn, Oberstdorf is the immediate entry into the Allgäu mountains. And in the middle of this the friendly community of Oberstdorf is situated. Traditionally in January, Oberstdorf carries out the Tour de Ski in the cross-country stadium. Oberstdorf is also famous for its ski jumping hills, especially the annual opening of the Four-Hills-Tournament at the end of December.
The small streets invite you to shop and relax in the cozy cafes and restaurants and the Kurpark offers peace and relaxation in front of a dreamlike backdrop.

A professional skating center with 3 modern ice rinks offers the figure skater all the necessary comforts to prepare for the season already in the summer.

The ice sports center Oberstdorf is located at the foot of the Nebelhorn in the immediate vicinity of the village center. The ice sports center is open daily from May to March and offers the “best ice" for optimal skating conditions for big skating stars or for those who want to become one.
Two ice rinks (30x60m) with grand stand and a smaller ice rink (20x40m) with mirror were already the training center of the European and World Champion Carolina Kostner as well as the European champion and today's iceDOME coach Tomas Verner.
Other sports facilities include a bright and spacious ballet room, dressing rooms with lockers, a yoga room and a sharpening room.
Always online, never offline - free Wi-Fi can be used in the skating center. In the cozy restaurant on the first floor, athletes and their families can be spoiled by the Croatian cuisine.

During our 4-week camp, 15 coaches, including 3 ISU specialists, and 1 physiotherapist will be taking care of our young skating talents from all over the world.

Daily training takes place from 8 am until 6 pm from sunday to friday. For the athletes we have planned enough breaks for regeneration.
Our coaches and specialists are eagerly awaiting the 2021 training groups to provide you with technical support for spins, jumps and skating skills to adapt your elements to the high levels of the ISU (International Skating Union) in order to improve your fitness and coordination, and of course to mediates a lot of joy and happiness in figure skating.

But what exactly do you expect in our camp?
A training week includes 6 training days. The training will run from Sunday to Friday.

We decide the skaters by their levels into different Camps (A & B)


Our beginners, pre-novice, novice and junior skaters can look forward to Camp A

  • 9 x 40 minutes of technical training on ice in small groups
  • 2 x 40 minutes of expression on the ice
  • 2 x 40 minutes of spins on the ice
  • 2 x 40 minutes steps & methodical exercises on the ice
  • 4 x 60 minutes of athletics
  • 4 x 60 minutes of dance/ballet
  • 1 x 30 minutes of stretching

Our top athletes - international senior skaters - can look forward to Camp C

  • 12 x 60 minutes of technical training on ice in small groups
  • 4 x 40 minutes of technical training on ice in small groups
  • 4 x 60 minutes of athletics
  • 4 x 60 minutes of dance/ballet
  • 1 x 30 minutes of stretching

spa gardens Oberstdorf
Freibergsee
view on the ice rink in Oberstdorf
In this competition rink we are practicing daily
methodics on ice
group session with Michael Huth
Amalie Finnestad
off-ice with Jermaine
Dance with David