Date of birth: October 24, 1999
Club: Tibro KK
Height: 168 cm
Started skating: At the age of eight
Member of: The Swedish Figure Skating Association’s Junior Team
Coach: Christina Helgesson, Regina Jensen and Viktoria Helgesson
Choreographers: Viktoria Helgesson and Catharina Lindgren
Family: Mom Lilian, dad Mikael, little brother Casper
Pets: The dog Keso
Favorite TV show: Idol and cooking programs
Favorite color: Pink
Favorite food: Tacos
Favorite drink: Coca Cola
Favorite music: Pop
With a safe trip and a tough ride, Cassandra Johansson has joined the Swedish Junior League. A subset on the way to her big dream, the big championships.
How did you start traveling?
“My parents thought it was good to learn how to skate. So that was really just what I would do. But then I was moved to the groups.
How would you describe yourself as a figure skater?
– I have a tougher style, not so elegant and graceful. I’m not always so patient, but I like a high pace.
Which part of the art workout do you like best?
– I like the best jump. To jump and learn new difficult things.
What do you need to be better at?
“I think I need to be more careful in the ride. Especially in the “slow bit” where I want to get to the lines and the good bows.
What are your role models?
– Japanese Mao Asada and American Gracie Gold.
What is your goal?
“My big goal, of course, is to go big championships, and the OS. And to develop myself as far as I can.
What do you have for interim goals along the way?
“A training goal is to put more triple triple combinations and to handle them on a competition. I would also like to take a good location on The Nordics and join the European Championships.
How would you describe yourself as a person?
– Right kind and thoughtful. But everyone has their bad sides as well. I can be quite lazy at home and sometimes you can not take all the responsibilities you should take.
How are you in the locker room after training?
“I help if someone needs help and talk a lot with the others. And I’m having fun with them.
What did you do in your spare time if you did not go skiing?
“Then I would have done any other sport.
What do you think you will do after you quit?
“I think I will continue to study, or to help as a coach. I will probably get a good education and then I’ll see what I want to work with.
Music for the 2018/2019 season
Short program: ”Dernière Danse”, by Indila (Adila Sedraïa) & Skalpovich (Pascal Boniani Koeu), performed by Indila
Free skating: ”Mambo Lido” from ”Havana”, movie soundtrack by Dave Grusin;
”Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps”, by Osvaldo Farrés, performed by The Pussycat Dolls;
“Another Cha Cha”, by Jimmy Goings & Nicolas Skorsky, performed by Santa Esmeralda
Best results in ISU competitions since 2018/2019
Personal best: 100.91 (JGP Bratislava 2018)
Seasonal best: 100.91 (JGP Bratislava 2018)
Best results in ISU competitions until 2017/2018
Personal best: 114.34 (JGP St Gervais 2016)
Best results including international competitions, Swedish Championships and Elite League Finals
Personal best: 140.91 (Bavarian Open 2017)
Seasonal best: 134.04 (Elite League Final 2019)
Results in ISU Junior Grand Prix
|JGP St Gervais||11||-||-|
Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals
|Swedish Championships Junior||-||-||-||-||3||1||-||-|
|Swedish Championships Novice (Girls 14)||-||-||3||5||-||-||-||-|
|National Championships (Girls 12)||8||4||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Elite League Finals Senior||-||-||-||-||-||-||5||4|
|Elite League Finals Junior||-||-||-||-||2||1||-||-|
|Elite League Finals Novice 15||-||-||3||2||-||-||-||-|
|Elite League Finals Novice 13||7||3||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Results in other international senior competitions
|Cup of Tyrol||-||-||6|
Results in other international junior competitions
|World Development Trophy||1||-||-|
|Coupe Int. de Nice||11||-||-|
|Coupe du Printemps||-||1||-|
Results in other international novice competitions