Emma Kivioja

Date of birth: June 26, 2001
Club: Mörrums Figure Skating Club
Height: 151 cm
Begun to go: At four years of age
Included in: The Swedish Konståkningsförbundet’s Challenge
Coach: Susanne Olsson
Choreographer: Rohene Ward, Tom Dickson
Family: Mother Elisabeth, dad Stefan
Pets: Cat Sotis
Favorite color: Pink
Favorite food: Tacos
Favorite drink: Cola
Favorite music: Everything

One of the union’s talented challengers in the youth class, Emma Kivioja, has Carolina Kostner as the main inspiration and says herself that her strong sides are the steps.

Why do you like to go skiing?

“It’s fun learning new things. And to compete.

What role models do you have in artwork?

– I have many but Carolina Costs from Italy, I like the most.

How did you start traveling?

“I went sometime when I was little, and so I thought it was fun, so I continued.

What is your strong side of art racing?

“I’m good at step. Both to understand them and to make them.

What do you need to be better at?

“I need to make cleaner hope, so come around.

What is your goal?

– To be as good as possible and to compete for the European Championships, World Cup, and Olympic Games.

How are you going to get there?

– I’ll keep on training and never give up!

Photo Album

Statistics

Date of birth: June 26, 2001
Place of birth: Loudi (China)
Home town: Mörrum
Height: 152 cm
Started skating: 2005
Club: Mörrums KK
Coach: Susanne Olsson
Choreographers: Rohene Ward, Tom Dickson
Summer training: 22 hours/week in Tyringe / Kalmar / Växjö (Sweden) / Hamar (Norway)
Winter training: 12 hours/week in Mörrum (Sweden)
Member of: Swedish Figure Skating Association’s challenger

Music for the 2017-2018 season

Short program: ”Danse macabre”, by Camille Saint-Saëns

Free skating: ”Found (Grand Version)”, by Kerry Muzzey;  ”River Waltz” from ”The Painted Veil”, movie soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat, performed by Lang Lang;  ”Found (Grand Version)”, by Kerry Muzzey

Best results in ISU competitions

Personal best:
Seasonal best:

Best results including international competitions, Swedish Championships and Elite League Finals

Personal best: 128,77 (Tallinn Trophy 2016, Junior)
Seasonal best: 126,27 (Tallinn Trophy 2017, Junior)

Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Swedish Championships Junior - - - - 2 4
Swedish Championships Novice (Girls 14) - - 8 5 - -
National Championships (Girls 12) 7 3 - - - -
Elite League Finals Junior - - - - 6
Elite League Finals Novice 15 - - 6 3 -
Elite League Finals Novice 13 8 4 - - -

Results in other international junior competitions

2016 2017
Golden Bear 10 -
Tallinn Trophy 7 10
Dragon Trophy - 1
The Nordics - 9
Crystal Skate - 3

Results in other international novice competitions

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Tallinn Trophy 6 - - - - -
Skate Malmö (Novice 13) - 7 - - - -
Warsaw Cup - - 10 - - -
Challenge Cup - - - 5 - -
Hellmut Seibt Memorial - - - - 9 -
Skate Malmö (Novice 15) - - - - 1 -
Denkova-Staviski Cup - - - - 7 -
Merano Cup - - - - 7 -
Dragon Trophy - - - - - 1
Cup of Tyrol - - - - - 4