Emelie Ling

Born: January 25th 2003
Club: Föreningen Solna Konståkning
Height: 159 cm
Started skating: At the age of eight
Family: Mother Kristin, father Magnus, younger sister Elicia
Coach: Cecilia Willberg
Choreographer: Anna Sundkvist
Pets: Peppar the cat
Favorite TV show: The Vampire Diaries
Favorite color: Black and violet
Favorite food: Moms minced meat steak with chanterelle cheese
Favorite beverage: Fanta
Favorite music: Mostly pop music

Emelie Ling has been impressing both judges and audiences with her excellent skating. She won the title Swedish junior champion 2019 and is determined to become even better.

Why did you start figure skating?

– I saw figure skating on TV when I was little. I have always loved trying new sports, but as I’ve grown older, I’ve had to focus on fewer things. In the end, figure skating was the only thing left that I wanted to keep up with.

What sports did you not continue with?

– Indoor bandy, dancing, swimming, and gymnastics, for example.

Why do you like to skate?

– I love the feeling of being on the ice, where you can always develop something. Then of course I love the feeling you get when when you succeed in something that you have been working for a long time.

In your opinion, what are your best qualities within figure skating?

– Steps are my best thing. I’ve got a lot of help from good coaches to get well on it. And I’ve always loved skating.

What do you need to improve?

– I’d say anything, but mostly the jumps.

Who are your figure skating role models?

– Viktoria Helgesson, because she skates to beautifully and for having such a great personality. And the American Gracie Gold. She has it all, everything looks like one single movement when she skates.

How would your friends describe you?

– Ambitious, happy and helpful.

What do you like to do on your spare time?

– I enjoy being with my friends, shopping and drawing.

What are you like in the class room?

– I’m very active. I like to talk and to participate in discussions.

What do you think about when you’re competing? 

– I usually think about having fun and doing the best i can do today.

How do you handle a setback?

– I think back about what i need to improve and then i try to work on it. Setbacks can only make you better.

What are your goals with figure skating? 

– I want to be a role model for other skaters and become as good as i can be.

How are you going to get there?

– I’ll continue working for it. And i’ll hold on to my love for the sport.

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Date of birth: January 25, 2003
Place of birth: Solna
Home town: Täby
Height: 162 cm
Started skating: 2011
Club: Föreningen Solna Konståkning
Coach: Cecilia Willberg
Choreographers: Cecilia Willberg
Former coaches: Veronica Magnusson, Anna Sundkvist, Kamilla Petersson, Ann-Marie Carell
Summer training: 21 tim/vecka i Solna / Falkenberg / Halmstad
Winter training: 18 tim/vecka i Solna
Member of: Team Sweden (Senior)
Selected for the national team: November 2020

Music for the 2021/2022 season

Short program: “The Sound of Silence” by Paul Simon, performed by Pentatonix
Free skating: “Never Enough” from “The Greatest Showman”, movie soundtrack by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, performed by Francesco Parrino

Best results in ISU competitions since 2018/2019

Personal best: 145.49 (World Junior Championships 2022)
Seasonal best: 145.49 (World Junior Championships 2022)

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

Personal best: 153.25 (Tallinn Trophy 2021)
Seasonal best: 153.25 (Tallinn Trophy 2021)

Results in the Olympic Games and international championships

2020 2021 2022
Olympic Winter Games - - -
World Championships - - -
European Championships - - -
World Junior Championships 28 - 18

Results in ISU Challenger Series

Cup of Austria 28
Overall placement 109

Results in ISU Junior Grand Prix

2019 2020 2021
JGP, Lake Placid 19 - -
Baltic Cup 27 - -
Cup of Austria - - 15
Overall placement 87

Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Swedish Championships - - - - 3
Swedish Championships Junior - - - 1 -
Swedish Championships Novice (Girls 14) - 5 1 - -
National Championships (Girls 12) 3 - - - -
Elite League Finals Junior - - - 2 -
Elite League Finals Novice 15 - 2 2 - -
Elite League Finals Novice 13 3 - - - -

Results in other international senior competitions

Tallinn Trophy 4

Results in other international junior competitions

2018 2019 2020
Volvo Open Cup 2 - -
The Nordics - 4 -
Tayside Trophy - 1 -
Tallinn Trophy - WD -
Bavarian Open (group II) - - 4

Results in other international novice competitions

The Nordics 4