Susanna PÖYKIÖ

Finland

 Single

Date of birth / Születési idõ

 22 February 1982

Place of birth / Születés helye

 Oulu

Height / Magasság

 160 cm

Home town  /Lakóhely

 Oulu

Profession / Foglalkozás

 Student

Hobbies / Hobbi

 reading, golfing, decorating

Start skating / Korcsolyázás kezdete

 1985

Club

 Oulun Luistelukerho

 

Coach / Edzõ

 Heidi Pöykiö

Coreographer / Koreográfus

 Maikki Uotila-Kraatz, Victor Kraatz

Former coach / Régebbi edz§

 Larissa Papchenko, Berit Kaijomaa

Former coreographer / Régebbi koreográfus

 Henrik Walentin, Megan Smith-Gage, Outi Martikainen

Practice low season / Gyakorlás holtszezonban (h/week)

 20 at Oulu, Vierumäki, Vancouver/CAN

Practice high season / Gyakorlás fõszezonban  (h/week)

 20 at Oulu

 

Music Short Program as of 2001/2002 season

Mondo Exotica & Woodoo Dreams - Orchestra Les Baxter

Music Free Skating as of 2001/2002 season

Violin Concertes: Movements 1 and 2 by F. Peyer

Music Short Program as of 2002/2003 season

A Tale of Two Cities by Richard Addinsell - BBC Concert Orch.

Music Free Skating as of 2002/2003 season

Spellbound Concerto by Miklos Rozsa - London Promenade Orch.

Music Short Program as of 2003/2004 season

Henry VIII  by Camille Saint-Saëns

Music Free Skating  as of 2003/2004 season

Concerto in F-Minor  by George Gershwin 

Music Short Program as of 2004/2005 season

Henry VIII  by Camille Saint-Saëns

Music Free Skating  as of 2004/2005 season

Romeo and Juliet (soundtrack)  by Nino Rota

Music Short Program as of 2005/2006 season

Medley by George S. Clinton; One Mint Tuilp by Xavier Cuga;
Girls Night Out by Mare Shalman 

Music Free Skating  as of 2005/2006 season

Romeo and Juliet (soundtrack)  by Nino Rota

Music Short Program as of 2006/2007 season

One by Apocalyptica

Music Free Skating  as of 2006/2007 season

Munich (soundtrack) by John Williams

Music Short Program as of 2009/2010 season

Sisu: Vanhoja poikia viiksekkäitiä (The Legend of the two old guys with a mustache) by Ilro Rantala, Pekka Kuusisto

Music Free Skating as of 2009/2010 season

Portait: The Hours Suite - Movement III The Secret Agent by Philipp Glass 

Results / Eredmények

 

Olympic Games
Olimpia 

World Champs
Világbajnokság

European Champs
Európabajnokság

World Junior
Junior Világbajnokság

National Champs
Nemzeti Bajnokság

1999

 

 

 

 

1 J

2000

 

 

 

 

1

2001

 

 

 

3

3

2002

 

11

6

 

1

2003

 

 

9

 

 

2004

 

12

6

 

 

2005

 

8

2

 

1

2006

13

9

7

 

1

2007

 

8

4

 

1

2008

 

 

 

 

3

2009

 

13

3

 

3

2010

WD

 

3

J=Junior
 

Personal Best Total Score

163,98

19.03.2005

World Championships 2005

Personal Best Score Short Program

57,62

02.11.2006 HomeSense Skate Canada Intern. 2006

Personal Best Score Free Skating

106,99

19.03.2005

World Championships 2005

International Competition:

2000

Ukrainian Souvenir, Kiev

3

2000

Nebelhorn Trophy, Oberstdorf

10

2000

Piruetten, Hamar

1

2000

Finlandia Trophy, Helsinki

4

2001

ISU Junior Grand Prix Final, Ayr

6

2001

Sparkassen Cup on Ice, Gelsenkirchen

8

2001

Nebelhorn Trophy, Oberstdorf

15

2001

Finlandia Trophy, Helsinki

6

2002

MasterCard Skate Canada Int., Quebec City

9

2002

Bofrost Cup on Ice, Gelsenkirchen

3

2002

Finlandia Trophy, Helsinki

1

2003

Skate America, Reading

5

2003

Finlandia Trophy, Helsinki

1

2003

Bofrost Cup, Gelsenkirchen

2

2003

NHK Trophy, Asahikawa

4

2004

Skate Canada, Halifax

3

2004

Skate America, Pittsburgh

5

2004

Finlandia Trophy, Helsinki

1

2005

Cup of Russia, St. Petersburg

4

2005

Japan Int. Challenge, Tokyo

5

2006

Finlandia Trophy, Vantaa

2

2006

Skate Canada Int.Victoria, B

5

2006

Trophee Eric Bompard, Paris

5

2007

The Nordics, Vantaa

1

2007

Cup of China

8

2008

Skate America, Everett

6

2008

Cup of China, Beijing

5

2009

Finlandia Trophy, Vantaa

10

2009

Skate America, Lake Placid

11


Pöykiö is the first Finnish Lady ever to medal at an ISU Championships (bronze medal at the 2001 World Juniors) and won the first medal for a Finnish Lady at the 2005 European Championships (silver). Pöykiö withdrew from the 2003 Nationals after the short program due to illness and was unable to compete in the 2004 Nationals due to an ankle injury. Pöykiö started to skate because her elder sister Heidi skated. Pöykiö withdrew from Skate Canada 2005 due to illness (bronchitis). Pöykiö changed coaches after the 2005/06 season and is now coached by her sister.


International Skating Union, Chemin de Primerose 2, CH - 1007  Lausanne 11.03.2010.

Pictures / Képek