“A Figure Skating diamond from Belgium”

In her 2nd senior year Loena was already known around the world for her elegant and graceful performances. Her talent has been growing ever since. Being the current Vice World Champion, she is still hungry for more. Scroll down and learn more about Loena.


Hi, I’m Loena, thank you for visiting my website.  I was born in 1999 in Belgium. My coach (and brother) used to be an Olympic skater as well. With his talent and experience he’s the best coach I could ever wish for. I was practically born and raised at the ice rink because of 2 other older brothers who were fanatic ice-Hockey players. So, my parents spent lots of time near an ice rink back in the day, dragging me along as a baby and toddler. No wonder I ended up on skates as well



In 2017 my biggest dream came true, I qualified to perform at the Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 and ever since I’ve had a taste of the Olympics, I just want more of it. The Games in South Korea were extra special for me because I got to go with my brother Jorik, who qualified as well but Beijing in 2022 was very special as well
People call me a very talented figure skater. What do I think? I really don’t know; all I know is that I spend an enormous amount of time and effort on my training and preparation, which isn't that difficult by the way because I really love being on the ice and I always feel like an urge that I just have to skate. The next big thing on my agenda is the World Championship in March 2023 in Saitama, Japan. I’m the current Vice World Champion, so I guess…there’s room for me to do better. 

Big Hug, 

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Loena's Team

My creative mastermind is Adam Solya, a young and very gifted choreographer being of Hungarian origin. Adam has been working with me for many years now and is responsible for all of my beautiful and artistic programs, he is a real joy to work with. Since my brother Jorik started as my head coach, I really made enormous progress and I believe I’m stronger than ever. I’m confident to be ready for the big challenges that lie ahead. 



If there’s one thing my brother and I definitely inherited, it is the discipline to work hard. As Jorik now always says… “Hard work pays off”. I’m already preparing for the 2023 World Championships in Saitama, Japan but of course, there's also my long-term goal... I really want to shine in Italy at the Milan-Cortina Olympic Games in 2026.