Natran Tzagai

Date of birth: November 6, 2000
Club: Association Solna Figure Skating
Length: 176 cm
Started walking: at 6 years of age
Included in: Svenska juniorlandslaget
Coach and choreographer: Cecilia Willberg
Family: Mum Miliete, Dad Biniam, Big sisters Anna & Luwam
Pets: No
TV favorites: “Flash,” Arrow “and” The Walking Dead ”
Favorite color: Blue
Favorite food: Tacos
Favorite drink: Coke

Natran Tzagai has continued to make great progress since joining the Junior Country team a few years ago. Prior to the coming season, he is aiming for further development.

Why do you like to go skiing?

– Because it’s fun, and because there’s always something to work on.

How did you get started?

“My big sister went. I followed a few times, thought it looked fun and remained.

What role models do you have in artwork?

– Javier Fernandez and Patrick Chan. They always make a good show and are good at jumping.

What do you think you are good at in terms of art workouts?

– Hmm. It’s hard to say what you’re good at. But maybe hope?

What do you need to be better at?

“I need to improve the piruettes, and get more vigilance. Then I want to get better on my expression and to do the choreography of my programs.

What is your goal?

“I want to do as well as I can at every competition. Then I’ll see how far the art of shooting takes me.

When did you start to understand that you are a really good figure skater?

“It was this summer when I started to put the triple jump a bit better. They became safer, simply.

What did you do in your spare time if you did not go skiing?

“Then I might have been doing bandy or ice hockey instead.


Date of birth: November 6, 2000
Place of birth: Stockholm
Home town: Solna
Height: 177 cm
Started skating: 2007
Club: Föreningen Solna Konståkning
Coach: Cecilia Willberg
Choreographer: Cecilia Willberg
Former coach: Lisa André
Summer training: 22–23 hours/week at Solna / Falkenberg (Sweden)
Winter training: 19–20 hours/week in Solna (Sweden)
Member of: Swedish Figure Skating Junior National Team
Selected for the national team: November 2015

Music for the 2017-2018 season

Short program: ”El Conquistador”, by Maxime Rodriguez
Free skating: Music from ”West Side Story”, by Leonard Bernstein, performed by San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Best results in ISU competitions

Personal best: 113,75 (JGP St Gervais 2016)
Seasonal best:

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

Personal best: 149,02 (Swedish Championships 2017, Junior)
Seasonal best:

Results in ISU Junior Grand Prix

2016 2017
JGP St Gervais 19 -
Overall placement 84 -

Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Swedish Championships Junior - - - 2 -
Swedish Championships Novice (Boys 15) 4 3 2 - -
Elite League Finals Junior - - - -
Elite League Finals Novice - 2 2 -

Results in other international junior competitions

2016 2017
Golden Bear 5 -
NRW Trohpy 9 -
Mentor Cup - 6
The Nordics - 2

Results in other international novice competitions

2014 2015 2016
The Nordics 3 4 2
NRW Trophy - 3 -