Lindsay van Zundert Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Lindsay van Zundert Quick Info
Height5 ft 4 in
Weight52 kg
Date of BirthFebruary 1, 2005
Zodiac SignAquarius
Eye ColorBlue

Lindsay van Zundert is a Dutch professional figure skater who had won the ‘Gold’ medal at the Celje Open (2020-21) and the NRW Trophy (2020). She had clinched the ‘Silver’ medal at the 2020-21 Winter Star tournament. At the Dutch Figure Skating Championships, she had won the ‘Gold’ medal for 5 seasons in a row since first participating in the tournament in the 2016-17 season – twice in the advanced novice tier (2016-17, 2017-18), twice in the junior tier (2018-19, 2019-20), and once in the senior tier (2020-21). In the junior tier, she had also stood 2nd at the Santa Claus Cup in 2019.

Born Name

Lindsay van Zundert

Nick Name

Lindsay

Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in April 2021
Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in April 2021 (Lindsay van Zundert / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Aquarius

Born Place

Etten-Leur, North Brabant, Netherlands

Residence

Breda, North Brabant, Netherlands

Nationality

Dutch

 

Education

As of April 2021, Lindsay was a high school student. She had attended the Graaf (Count) Engelbrecht, a secondary education institution in Breda, Netherlands.

Occupation

Professional Figure Skater

Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2020
Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2020 (Lindsay van Zundert / Instagram)

Build

Athletic

Height

5 ft 4 in or 162.5 cm

Weight

52 kg or 114.5 lbs

Race / Ethnicity

White

She is of Dutch descent.

Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in March 2021
Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in March 2021 (Lindsay van Zundert / Instagram)

Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color

Blue

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Long, straight hair
  • Radiant face
  • Charming smile

Brand Endorsements

She has been sponsored by the figure skating clothing manufacturer Chique Sport.

Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in May 2020
Lindsay van Zundert as seen in an Instagram Post in May 2020 (Lindsay van Zundert / Instagram)

Lindsay van Zundert Facts

  1. She had started getting trained in figure skating from the age of 7 and used to compete in domestic Belgian competitions in the early part of her career. During this phase, she also used to train in both France and Belgium.
  2. Despite it being the custom, she was not selected for the World Junior Figure Skating Championships (2019) after she had won after ‘Gold’ medal at the Dutch Figure Skating Championships (junior tier) in the 2018-19 season.
  3. During the 2019-20 figure skating season, her last in the junior tier, she had attended several training seminars – in Andorra, France, and the United States. She had also participated in similar local events with the support of Dutch former figure skater and sports presenter Joan Haanappel’s Netherlands Figure Skating Foundation. During this phase, due to a lack of sponsorship, she used to go door-to-door in her hometown of Etten-Leur to collect donations and bottles to fund her career.
  4. For the next edition of the World Junior Figure Skating Championships (2020), she was selected after a 4th-place finish at the 2020 Bavarian Open. The Dutch Figure Skating Championships, usually a qualifier for the event, was scheduled for the next month but she was selected nonetheless. Interestingly, she would go on to win another ‘Gold’ medal at the Dutch Figure Skating Championships that year.
  5. As the 2020-21 season of the Junior Grand Prix (JGP), a series of international junior-level competitions organized annually by the International Skating Union (ISU), was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, she had opened her season by making her senior international debut at the 2020 CS (Challenger Series) Nebelhorn Trophy, where she was the youngest competitor.
  6. At the 2021 World Figure Skating Championships, she had finished in 16th place overall. This performance had opened up a berth for a Dutch skater at the 2022 Winter Olympics, the first time that the Netherlands had qualified in the Olympic ladies’ event since 1976.

Featured Image by Lindsay van Zundert / Instagram

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