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Susanna Pöykiö

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Full name  Susanna Poykio
Name  Susanna Poykio
Country represented  Finland
Retired  2010
Began skating  1985
Height  1.59 m
Skating club  Oulun Luistelukerho
Role  Figure skater

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Born  22 February 1982 (age 33) (1982-02-22) Oulu
Former coach  Heidi Poykio Berit Kaijomaa Larissa Papchenko
Short program  57.62 2006 Skate Canada
TV shows  ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2006
Former choreographer  Maikki Uotila, Victor Kraatz

Combined total  163.98 2005 Worlds

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Susanna Pöykiö (born 22 February 1982) is a Finnish former figure skater. She is a two-time European medalist (silver in 2005, bronze in 2009) and a five-time (2000, 2002, 2005–2007) Finnish national champion.

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Career

Pöykiö began skating at age three, following in the footsteps of her elder sister, Heidi.

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At the 2001 World Junior Championships, Pöykiö became the first Finnish ladies' singles skater to medal at an ISU Championships.

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Pöykiö withdrew from the 2003 Finnish Championships after the short program due to illness. An ankle injury kept her out of the 2004 Finnish Championships.

At the 2005 Europeans, she became the first Finn to medal in ladies' singles at the European Championships.

Pöykiö withdrew from the 2005 Skate Canada International due to bronchitis. She competed at the 2006 Olympics, placing 13th. She left her long-time coach Berit Kaijomaa at the end of the season and began training in her hometown Oulu with her sister Heidi as her coach.

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Pöykiö won the bronze medal at the 2009 European Championships. Together with Laura Lepistö, it was the first time Finns claimed two spots on the European Championships podium. She had back problems during her career and retired from competition in 2010.

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References

Susanna Pöykiö Wikipedia


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