Lisa Lager

Date of birth: September 17, 2000
Club: Föreningen Solna Konståkning
Height: 159 cm
Part of: the Swedish National Figure Skating Junior Team
Started skating: at the age of five
Family: father Stefan, mother Anna and younger sister Meja
Trainer: Cecilia Willberg
Choreographer: Cecilia Willberg
Pets: none
Favorite colour: blue
Favorite food: whatever dad cooks
Favorite beverage: Pepsi
Favorite music: pop

A star shot with excellent jump, which would climb the walls if she did not go skiing. Lisa Lager is one of many Swedish artists who have gone from clarity to recent clarity.

How did you start traveling?

“I was in Kungsbacka with my grandfather who took me to the ice hall there. My uncle played hockey so that was why. When I got home, I was kidding my mother and dad that I wanted to start skating school and then it was.

Why do you like to go skiing?

“It’s not really possible to describe, but figure skating is the best available. I would climb the walls by not touching me if I did not go.

What role models do you have in artwork?

– Definitely Yu-Na Kim. But it’s coming new all the time. The Russians are definitely cruel, and the Americans Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold.

What is your strong side of art racing?

– It must be the jump.

What do you need to be better at?

– My expression and the ride. Being able to convey the feel of the program.

What is your goal?

“I want to bet high and reach the European Championship and the big championships.

How are you going to get there?

– Exercise well. Exercise the best!

What would you do if you did not go skiing?

“I would probably practice another sport. Or I would be a photographer, I like to photograph.

Photo Album

Statistics

Date of birth: September 17, 2000
Place of birth: Yangdong (China)
Home town: Åkersberga
Height: 161 cm
Started skating: 2005
Club: Föreningen Solna Konståkning
Coach: Cecilia Willberg
Choreographer: Cecilia Willberg
Former coach: Ann-Marie Carell
Summer training: 23-25 hours/week at Solna / Falkenberg (Sweden)
Winter training: 19-20 hours/week at Solna (Sweden)
Member of: Swedish National Figure Skating Junior Team
Selected for the national team: September 2015

Music for the 2017-2018 season

Short program: ”Tango Flamenco”, by Armik Dashchi, performed by Armik
Free skating: Piano Concerto No 1 in B Flat Minor op. 23, by Piotr Tchaikovsky

Best results in ISU competitions

Personal best: 110,93 (JGP Baltic Cup 2017)
Seasonal best: 110,93 (JGP Baltic Cup 2017)

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

Personal best: 136,31 (NRW Trophy 2016 juniorer / NRW Trophy 2016, Junior)
Seasonal best: 110,93 (JGP Baltic Cup 2017)

Results in ISU Junior Grand Prix

2017
Baltic Cup 17
Overall placement 83

Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals

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

Results in other international junior competitions

2016 2017
Golden Bear 2 -
NRW Trophy 4 -
Mentor Cup - 11
The Nordics - 4

Results in other international novice competitions

2015 2016
Lombardia Trophy 5 -
Volvo Open Cup 3 -
NRW Trophy 11 -
Mentor Cup - 6
The Nordics - 2
Coupe de Printemps - 7