Lea Serna | Golden Skate

Lea Serna

GoneWithTheWind

On the Ice
Joined
Dec 7, 2018
Country
United-Kingdom
Léa Serna (born 31 October 1999) is a women's singles skater who represents France.

She is the 2018 Ice Star silver medalist, the 2017 Denkova-Staviski Cup silver medalist, and the 2021 French national champion. She also helped France to a 5th place finish at the 2021 World Team Trophy.

She is coached by Brian Joubert and Cornelia Paquier in Poitiers, France.


Biographical Information:

ISU Bio:

http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00054429.htm

Skating Scores:
https://www.skatingscores.com/fra/ladies/lea_serna/

Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Léa_Serna

Rink Results:
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=789

Social Media:

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/serna_lea

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/lea_serna/

ISU Personal Bests
TypeScoreEvent
Personal Best Total Score166.02ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019
Personal Best Short Program62.43ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019
Personal Best Free Skate103.59ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019

Programs:
2021-2022

SP: "Kill Bill" soundtrack
FS: "La Terre Vue Du Ciel" by Armand Amar, "Dawn of Faith" by Eternal Eclipse

2020-2021
SP: "Experience" by Ludovico Einaudi; choreo by Laurie May
FS: "Young and Beautiful" by Lana del Ray; choreo by Laurie May

2019-2020
SP: "Experience" by Ludovico Einaudi; choreo by Laurie May
FS: "Light of the Seven" (from Games of Thrones) by Ramin Djawadi; choreo by Laurie May

2018-2019
SP: "Bohemian Rhapsody" performed by Lou Mai
FS: "La La Land" by Justin Hurwitz

2017-2018
SP: "Creep"
FS: "La La Land" by Justin Hurwitz
Ex: "Creep"

2016-2017
SP: "Creep"
FS: "I Put A Spell On You"

2014-2015
SP: "Les Choristes" by Bruno Coulais
FS: "Indigene"

2013-2014
SP: "Cruella"
FS: "Music" by The Puppini Sisters
Results
(Videos Linked in Results Table)​
EventSPFSTotal
2021/2022
2021 Trophee Metropole Nice Cote d'Azur1 (66.12)1 (122.74)1 (188.86)
2021 Masters de Patinage2 (49.42)2 (102.44)2 (151.86)
2021 Nebelhorn Trophy14 (50.93)15 (95.59)14 (146.52)
2021 Lombardia Trophy14 (51.36)9 (105.30)10 (156.66)
2020/2021 Season
2021 World Team Trophy12 (55.28)12 (97.63)12 (152.91)
5 TEAM
2021 Tallink Cup6 (50.47)14 (81.38)12 (131.85)
2019/2020 Season
2020 European Championships10 (59.90)19 (94.83)16 (154.73)
2019 Tallinn Trophy11 (43.99)6 (99.75)8 (143.74)
2019 Internationaux de France8 (62.43)8 (103.59)8 (166.02)
2019 Ice Star5 (53.75)16 (80.83)12 (134.58)
2018/2019 Season
2018 Internationaux de France9 (55.31)12 (94.18)11 (149.49)
2018 Volvo Open6 (51.39)5 (96.49)5 (147.88)
2018 Ice Star1 (60.75)2 (92.63)2 (153.38)
2018 Lombardia Trophy7 (54.07)16 (76.79)12 (130.86)
2017/2018 Season
2018 Junior Worlds38 (39.97)DNQ38 (39.97)
2017 Denkova-Staviski Cup3 (49.25)2 (98.32)2 (147.57)
2016/2017 Season
2017 Egna Trophy3 (46.45)7 (70.96)4 (117.41)
2017 Coupe du Printemps10 (41.38)9 (77.88)10 (119.26)
2016 Warsaw Cup9 (47.35)13 (81.43)12 (128.78)
2016 Merano Cup13 (32.28)9 (73.59)10 (105.87)
2016 Golden Bear30 (18.19)24 (70.83)27 (89.02)
2014/2015 Season
2015 Junior Worlds21 (45.35)18 (72.72)20 (118.07)
2014 JGP Zagreb19 (37.18)16 (71.85)17 (109.03)
2013/2014 Season
2013 JGP Kosice13 (40.11)22 (62.77)18 (104.88)

Galas/Exhibitions
Gala 50 ans JO de Grenoble:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goA9TLwxPps

Interviews/Articles
Léa Serna, French figure skating champion in 2021 (2021 interview, in French):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmX0ntpaEbE

Léa Serna, crowned French figure skating champion (2021 interview, in French):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqV2ETIkWTg

2020 Interview with Patinage Magazine (in French):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM6qVkkZAY8

Léa Serna will experience her first International skating events in Grenoble (2018 interview, in French):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC8fd3IJvcw
 
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