Finnish Figure Skating Championships

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The Finnish Figure Skating Championships are a figure skating national championship held annually by the Finnish Figure Skating Association to determine the national champions of Finland. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. Not all disciplines have been held in every year due to a lack of participants.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Senior men
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1907–08 Sakari Ilmanen
1908–09 No competition held
1909–10 Walter Jakobsson
1910–11 Walter Jakobsson
1911–12 Sakari Ilmanen
1912–13 Björnsson Schauman
1913–14 Björnsson Schauman
1914–15 Björnsson Schauman
1915–16 Björnsson Schauman
1916–17 Björnsson Schauman
1917–18 No competition held
1918–19 Björnsson Schauman
1919–20 Sakari Ilmanen
1920–21 Sakari Ilmanen
1921–22 Sakari Ilmanen
1922–23 Gunnar Jakobsson
1923–24 Sakari Ilmanen
1924–25 to 1925–26: No competition held
1926–27 Marcus Nikkanen
1927–28 Marcus Nikkanen
1928–29 Marcus Nikkanen
1929–30 Marcus Nikkanen
1930–31 Bertel Nikkanen
1931–32 Gunnar Jakobsson
1932–33 Bertel Nikkanen
1933–34 Marcus Nikkanen
1934–35 Marcus Nikkanen
1935–36 Martti Gylden
1936–37 Bertel Nikkanen
1937–38 Marcus Nikkanen
1938–39 Marcus Nikkanen
1939–40 No competition held due to the Winter War
1940–41 Birger Nyman
1941–42 to 1943–44: No men's competition
1944–45 Marcus Nikkanen
1945–46 Marcus Nikkanen
1946–47 Lars Björkman Kalle Tuulos
1947–48 Lars Björkman Kalle Tuulos
1948–49 Kalle Tuulos
1949–50 Kalle Tuulos
1950–51 Kalle Tuulos
1951–52 Kalle Tuulos
1952–53 Kalle Tuulos
1953–54 Kalle Tuulos
1954–55 Kalle Tuulos
1955–56 Kalle Tuulos
1956–57 Ragnar Wikström
1957–58 Ragnar Wikström
1958–59 No competition held
1959–60 Ragnar Wikström
1960–61 Ragnar Wikström
1961–62 Ragnar Wikström
1962–63 Ragnar Wikström
1963–64 Ragnar Wikström
1964–65 Raimo Poutiainen
1965–66 Ilkka Varhee
1966–67 Ragnar Wikström
1967–68 Tapio Seppälä
1968–69 Ragnar Wikström
1969–70 Pekka Leskinen
1970–71 Pekka Leskinen
1971–72 to 1973–74: No men's competition
1974–75 Pekka Leskinen
1975–76 to 1976–77: No men's competition
1977–78 Antti Kontiola
1978–79 Antti Kontiola
1979–80 Antti Kontiola
1980–81 Antti Kontiola
1981–82 No men's competition
1982–83 Antti Kontiola
1983–84 Antti Kontiola
1984–85 Oula Jääskeläinen
1985–86 Oula Jääskeläinen
1986–87 Oula Jääskeläinen
1987–88 Jari Kauppi
1988–89 Jari Kauppi
1989–90 Jari Kauppi
1990–91 Oula Jääskeläinen
1991–92 Markus Leminen
1992–93 Markus Leminen
1993–94 Oula Jääskeläinen
1994–95 Markus Leminen
1995–96 Markus Leminen Jukka Kalliomäki Antti Koskinen
1996–97 Markus Leminen
1997–98 Helsinki Markus Leminen Eduard Pyöriäinen Tero Hämäläinen
1998–99 Joensuu Markus Leminen Tero Hämäläinen Pasi Honkanen
1999–2000 Tampere Markus Leminen Joni Juvonen Tero Hämäläinen
2000–01 Mikkeli Markus Leminen Eduard Pyöriäinen Tero Hämäläinen
2001–02 Helsinki Markus Leminen Visa Tuominen Joni Juvonen
2002–03 Turku Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Mikko Minkkinen Antti Aalto
2003–04 Vantaa Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Antti Aalto Mikko Minkkinen
2004–05 Oulu Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Tommi Piiroinen Joni Juvonen
2005–06 Tampere Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Valtter Virtanen Mikko Minkkinen [2]
2006–07 Mikkeli Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Valtter Virtanen Tommi Piiroinen
2007–08 Rauma Mikko Minkkinen Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Valtter Virtanen [3]
2008–09 Helsinki Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Valtter Virtanen Lasse Sääkslahti [4]
2009–10 Jyväskylä Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Mikko Minkkinen Valtter Virtanen [5]
2010–11 Turku Bela Papp Valtter Virtanen Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari [6]
2011–12 Tampere Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari Matthias Versluis Bela Papp [7]
2012–13 Joensuu Valtter Virtanen Matthias Versluis Viktor Zubik [8]
2013–14 Espoo Matthias Versluis Valtter Virtanen Bela Papp [9]
2014–15 Vantaa Valtter Virtanen Tomi Pulkkinen Viktor Zubik [10]
2015–16 Mikkeli Valtter Virtanen Roman Galay Matthias Versluis [11]
2016–17 Tampere Valtter Virtanen No other competitors [12]
2017–18 Kouvola

Ladies[edit]

Senior ladies
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1916–17 Ludowika Jakobsson
1917–18 No competition held
1918–19 Anna-Lisa Allardt
1919–20 to 1921–22: No ladies' competition
1922–23 Anna Greta Henriksson
1923–24 Anna Greta Henriksson
1924–25 to 1925–26: No competition held
1926–27 Anna Greta Henriksson
1927–28 Gunnel Nysten
1928–29 Gunnel Nysten
1929–30 Gunnel Nysten
1930–31 Ilma Suuronen
1931–32 Gunnel Relander
1932–33 Ilma Suuronen
1933–34 Mary Lindeberg
1934–35 Ilma Suuronen
1935–36 Ilma Suuronen
1936–37 Maj-Len Helin
1937–38 Maj-Len Helin
1938–39 Maj-Len Helin
1939–40 No competition held due to the Winter War
1940–41 Maj-Len Helin
1941–42 Maj-Len Helin
1942–43 Maj-Len Helin
1943–44 Maj-Len Helin
1944–45 Maj-Len Helin
1945–46 Leena Pietilä
1946–47 Leena Pietilä
1947–48 Kirsti Linna Riitta Linna
1948–49 Leena Pietilä
1949–50 Leena Pietilä
1950–51 Leena Pietilä
1951–52 Leena Pietilä
1952–53 Leena Pietilä
1953–54 Kirsti Linna
1954–55 Riitta Linna
1955–56 Kirsti Linna
1956–57 Kirsti Linna
1957–58 Kirsti Linna
1958–59 No competition held
1959–60 Kaarina Kukkonen
1960–61 Maire Nylund
1961–62 Pia Wingisaar
1962–63 Anna-Maija Rissanen
1963–64 Anna-Maija Rissanen
1964–65 Anna-Maija Rissanen
1965–66 Pia Wingisaar
1966–67 Pia Wingisaar
1967–68 Inger Melander
1968–69 Anna-Maija Kivimäki
1969–70 Anu-Liisa Numminen
1970–71 Tarja Säde
1971–72 Tarja Näsi
1972–73 Hannele Koskinen
1973–74 Susan Broman
1974–75 Niina Kyöttinen
1975–76 Niina Kyöttinen
1976–77 Kristiina Wegelius
1977–78 Hannele Koskinen
1978–79 Susan Broman
1979–80 Pia Snellman
1980–81 Kristiina Wegelius
1981–82 Kristiina Wegelius
1982–83 Kristiina Wegelius
1983–84 Susanna Peltola
1984–85 Elise Ahonen
1985–86 Elina Hänninen
1986–87 Tiia-Riikka Pietikäinen
1987–88 Elina Hänninen
1988–89 Elina Hänninen
1989–90 Meri Karvosenoja
1990–91 Mila Kajas
1991–92 Mila Kajas
1992–93 Mila Kajas
1993–94 Kaisa Kella
1994–95 Kaisa Kella
1995–96 Mila Kajas Kaisa Kella Alisa Drei
1996–97 Alisa Drei Sanna-Maija Wiksten
1997–98 Helsinki Alisa Drei Annukka Laukkanen Miia Marttinen
1998–99 Joensuu Sanna-Maija Wiksten Alisa Drei Elina Kettunen
1999–2000 Tampere Susanna Pöykiö Alisa Drei Elina Kettunen
2000–01 Mikkeli Elina Kettunen Alisa Drei Susanna Pöykiö
2001–02 Helsinki Susanna Pöykiö Elina Kettunen Alisa Drei
2002–03 Turku Alisa Drei Elina Kettunen Miia Marttinen
2003–04 Vantaa Alisa Drei Elina Kettunen Tytti Tervonen
2004–05 Oulu Susanna Pöykiö Kiira Korpi Elina Kettunen
2005–06 Tampere Susanna Pöykiö Alisa Drei Kiira Korpi [2]
2006–07 Mikkeli Susanna Pöykiö Laura Lepistö Alisa Drei
2007–08 Rauma Laura Lepistö Kiira Korpi Susanna Pöykiö [3]
2008–09 Helsinki Kiira Korpi Laura Lepistö Susanna Pöykiö [4]
2009–10 Jyväskylä Laura Lepistö Kiira Korpi Susanna Pöykiö [5]
2010–11 Turku Kiira Korpi Beata Papp Cecilia Törn [6]
2011–12 Tampere Kiira Korpi Juulia Turkkila Beata Papp [7]
2012–13 Joensuu Kiira Korpi Juulia Turkkila Alisa Mikonsaari [8]
2013–14 Espoo Juulia Turkkila Liubov Efimenko Emilia Toikkanen [9]
2014–15 Vantaa Kiira Korpi Jenni Saarinen Viveca Lindfors [10]
2015–16 Mikkeli Anni Järvenpää Jenni Saarinen Juulia Turkkila [11]
2016–17 Tampere Emmi Peltonen Jenni Saarinen Viveca Lindfors [12]
2017–18 Kouvola

Pairs[edit]

Senior pairs
Year Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1910–11 Ludowika Jakobsson / Walter Jakobsson
1911–12 to 1919–20: No pairs competition
1920–21 Ludowika Jakobsson / Walter Jakobsson
1921–22
1922–23
1923–24 Olga Saario / Walter Jakobsson
1924–25 No pairs competition
1925–26 Olga Saario / Edvard Linna
1926–27 Olga Saario / Edvard Linna
1927–28 to 1935–36: No pairs competition
1936–37 Aune Lähteenmäki / Walter Lähteenmäki
1937–38 Hilkka Linna / Edvard Linna
1938–39 Hilkka Linna / Edvard Linna
1939–40 No competition held due to the Winter War
1940–41 Aune Lähteenmäki / Walter Lähteenmäki
1941–42 to 1945–46: No pairs competition
1946–47 Leena Pietilä / Biger Nyman
1947–48 Harriet Pantaenius / Lars Björkman
1948–49 Harriet Pantaenius / Lars Björkman
1949–50 Harriet Pantaenius / Lars Björkman
1950–51 Leena Pietilä / Lars Björkman Inkeri Soininen / Kalle Tuulos
1951–52 Leena Pietilä / Lars Björkman
1952–53 Leena Pietilä / Lars Björkman
1953–54 Inkeri Soininen / Paavo Mäkelä
1954–55 Leena Pietilä / Lars Björkman
1955–56 Soile Drufva / Nils Kankkonen
1956–57 Soile Drufva / Nils Kankkonen
1957–58 Soile Drufva / Nils Kankkonen
1958–59 Marketta Thomenius / Ilkka Varhee
1959–60 Marketta Thomenius / Ilkka Varhee
1960–61 Soile Drufva / Nils Kankkonen
1961–62 Eeva Sjögren / Ragnar Wikström
1962–63 Kaija Väisänen / Risto Soininen
1963–64 Kaija Väisänen / Risto Soininen
1964–65 Kaija Väisänen / Risto Soininen
1965–66 No pairs competition
1966–67 Tuija Vainikkainen / Raimo Turunen
1967–68 to 1980–81: No pairs competition
1981–82 Maija Pekkala / Pekka Pekkala
1982–83 No pairs competition
1983–84 Maija Pekkala / Pekka Pekkala
1984–85 Maija Pekkala / Pekka Pekkala
1985–86 to 2001–02: No pairs competition
2002–03 Turku Suvi Asikainen / Riku Pötry No other competitors
2003–04 to 2015–16: No pairs competition
2016–17 Tampere Emilia Simonen / Matthew Penasse No other competitors [12]

Ice dancing[edit]

Ice dancing
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1980–81 Saila Saarinen / Kim Jacobson
1981–82
1982–83
1983–84 Virpi Kunnas / Petri Kokko
1984–85 Virpi Kunnas / Petri Kokko
1985–86 Susanna Peltola / Kim Jacobson
1986–87 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1987–88 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1988–89 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1989–90 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1990–91 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1991–92 Katri Uski / Juha Sasi
1992–93 Tuire Mattila / Toni Haahti
1993–94 Katri Kuusniemi / Juha Sasi
1994–95 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1995–96 Katri Kuusniemi / Jamie Walker Maikki Uotila / Toni Mattila No other competitors
1996–97 Maikki Uotila / Toni Mattila
1997–98 Helsinki Maikki Uotila / Michel Bigras No other competitors
1998–99 Joensuu Pia-Maria Gustafsson / Antti Grönlund
1999–2000 to 2000–01: No ice dance competition
2001–02 Helsinki Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama No other competitors
2002–03 Turku Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama No other competitors
2003–04 Vantaa Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama No other competitors
2004–05 to 2006–07: No ice dance competition
2007–08 Rauma Piia Juhamo / Niko Jääskeläinen No other competitors [3]
2008–09 Helsinki Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo No other competitors [4]
2009–10 Jyväskylä Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo No other competitors [5]
2010–11 Turku Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo No other competitors [6]
2011–12 Tampere Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm No other competitors [7]
2012–13 Joensuu Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo No other competitors [8]
2013–14 Espoo Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo Cecilia Törn / Jussiville Partanen Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm [9]
2014–15 Vantaa Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm Cecilia Törn / Jussiville Partanen No other competitors [10]
2015–16 Mikkeli Cecilia Törn / Jussiville Partanen Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm No other competitors [11]
2016–17 Tampere Cecilia Törn / Jussiville Partanen Juulia Turkkila / Matthias Versluis No other competitors [12]
2017–18 Kouvola

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1996–97
1997–98 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari
1998–99 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari
1999–2000 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari
2000–01 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari
2001–02 Mikko Minkkinen
2002–03 Tommi Piironen
2003–04 Tommi Piironen
2004–05 Valtter Virtanen
2005–06 Samuli Tyyskä
2006–07 Samuli Tyyskä
2007–08 Rauma Bela Papp Samuli Tyyskä Otto-Eemeli Laamanen
2008–09 Helsinki Bela Papp Matthias Versluis Otto-Eemeli Laamanen
2009–10 Jyväskylä Viktor Zubik Julian Lagus Bela Papp
2010–11 Turku Matthias Versluis Julian Lagus Juho Pirinen
2011–12 Tampere Tino Olenius Juho Pirinen Erik Martoma
2012–13 Joensuu Tino Olenius Juho Pirinen Erik Martoma
2013–14 Espoo Roman Galay Juho Pirinen Tino Olenius
2014–15 Vantaa Roman Galay Tino Olenius Juho Pirinen
2015–16 Mikkeli Kasperi Riihimäki Lauri Lankila No other competitors [11]
2016–17 Tampere Benjam Papp Lucas Tiilikainen Mikla Rasia [12]
2017–18 Kouvola

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1996–97 Sara Lindroos
1997–98 Susanna Pöykiö
1998–99 Susanna Pöykiö
1999–2000 Tytti Tervonen
2000–01 Mari Hirvonen
2001–02 Sari Hakola
2002–03 Laura Lepistö
2003–04 Kiira Korpi
2004–05 Laura Lepistö
2005–06 Krista Suhonen
2006–07 Jenni Vähämaa
2007–08 Rauma Alisa Mikonsaari Sofia Otala Sera Väistö
2008–09 Helsinki Alisa Mikonsaari Noora Pitkänen Sofia Otala
2009–10 Jyväskylä Beata Papp Cecilia Törn Timila Shtrestha
2010–11 Turku Juulia Turkkila Nea Viiri Seidi Rantanen
2011–12 Tampere Eveliina Viljanen Emilia Toikkanen Krista Pitkäniemi
2012–13 Joensuu Lyydia Määttänen Liubov Efimenko Jenni Saarinen
2013–14 Espoo Jenni Saarinen Emmi Peltonen Viveca Lindfors
2014–15 Vantaa Karoliina Luhtonen Anni Järvenpää Joanna Kallela
2015–16 Mikkeli Sallianna Öztürk Joanna Kallela Emma Niemi [11]
2016–17 Tampere Sofia Sula Jade Rautiainen Linnea Ceder [12]
2017–18 Kouvola

Pairs[edit]

Junior pairs
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1980–81 to 1998–99: None
1999–2000 Suvi Asikainen / Riku Pötry
2000–01 Suvi Asikainen / Riku Pötry
2011–12 to 2016–17: None

Ice dancing[edit]

Junior ice dancing
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1996–97 Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama
1997–98 Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama
1998–99
1999–2000 Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama
2000–01 Jessica Huot / Juha Valkama
2001–02
2002–03
2003–04
2004–05
2005–06
2006–07 Janna Hujanen / Ossi Kanervo
2007–08 Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki
2008–09 Olesia Karmi / Eero Kivinen
2009–10 Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm
2010–11 Olesia Karmi / Max Lindholm
2011–12 Sara Aghai / Jussiville Partanen
2012–13 Sara Aghai / Jussiville Partanen
2013–14
2014–15
2015–16 Mikkeli Kaisa Ukkonen / Antonio Viitanen Viola Kumpulainen / Kaius Kumpulainen [11]
2016–17 Tampere Monica Lindfors / Juho Pirinen [12]

Novice medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Novice men
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1996–97
1997–98
1998–99
1999–2000
2000–01
2001–02
2002–03
2003–04
2004–05 Sasha Palomäki
2005–06 Bela Papp
2006–07 Ville Väätäinen
2007–08 Julian Lagus
2008–09 Juho Pirinen
2009–10 Erik Martoma
2010–11 Roman Galay
2011–12 Roman Galay
2012–13 Christianas Volodinas
2013–14 Tampere Lauri Lankila Aleksi Nenonen
2014–15 Vantaa Lauri Lankila Mikla Rasia
2015–16 Vierumäki Mikla Rasia Warttu Riihimäki Nuutti Järvinen

Ladies[edit]

Novice ladies
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1996–97
1997–98
1998–99
1999–2000
2000–01
2001–02 Kiira Korpi
2002–03 Laura Karppinen
2003–04 Aino Sundholm
2004–05 Sissi Keränen
2005–06 Sofia Otala
2006–07 Heini Turunen
2007–08 Jyväskylä Timila Shrestha Matleena Laakso Ines Karvinen [13]
2008–09 Vierumäki Timila Shrestha Krista Pitkäniemi Eevi Ruutti [14]
2009–10 Tampere Nea Viiri Seidi Rantanen Nelma Hede [15]
2010–11 Espoo Nelma Hede Elle Koivunotko Emilia Toikkanen [16]
2011–12 Lappeenranta Jenni Saarinen Lyydia Määttänen Emmi Peltonen
2012–13 Espoonlahti Emmi Peltonen Viveca Lindfors Joanna Kallela
2013–14 Tampere Anni Järvenpää Lilli Saksela Charlotta Löfgren
2014–15 Vantaa Petra Laakkonen Sofia Sula Mia Koskinen
2015–16 Vierumäki Linnea Ceder Sofia Sula Enja Ruokonen

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Yksinluistelu/Seniorit" [Finnish national champions] (in Finnish). Finnish Figure Skating Association. Archived from the original on 4 June 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Communication 1404: 2005-2006 Nationals Results" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-09-30. 
  3. ^ a b c "Results: 2007–2008". Finnish Skating Association. 
  4. ^ a b c "Results: 2008–2009". Finnish Skating Association. Archived from the original on 2011-07-20. 
  5. ^ a b c "Results: 2009–2010". Finnish Skating Association. 
  6. ^ a b c "Results: 2010–2011". Finnish Skating Association. 
  7. ^ a b c "Results: 2011–2012". Finnish Skating Association. 
  8. ^ a b c "Results: 2012–2013". Finnish Skating Association. 
  9. ^ a b c "Finnish Championships: 2013–14 season" (in Finnish). Finnish Figure Skating Association. 15 December 2013. 
  10. ^ a b c "Finnish Championships: 2014–15 season" (in Finnish). Finnish Figure Skating Association. 21 December 2014. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f "Finnish Championships: 2015–16 season" (in Finnish). Finnish Figure Skating Association. 2 December 2015. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g "Finnish Championships: 2016–17 season" (in Finnish). Finnish Figure Skating Association. December 2016. 
  13. ^ http://www.figureskatingresults.fi/results/0708/sm_nov_smhf08/CAT050RS.HTM
  14. ^ http://www.figureskatingresults.fi/results/0809/SMNOVSMHF2009/CAT039RS.HTM
  15. ^ http://www.figureskatingresults.fi/results/0910/SMNOV%20SM%20ja%20HF/CAT009RS.HTM
  16. ^ http://www.figureskatingresults.fi/results/1011/SMNOVSM/CAT020RS.HTM

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