Selma Ihr

Mohacz

Medalist
Joined
Jan 24, 2006
Selma Ihr is a Swedish figure skater.

She was born on 23 February 2004 in Danderyd, Sweden.

She debuted in the 2017/18 season and represented her country in JGP circuit and Junior Worlds. She is the 2018 Swedish National Junior Champion.

She is coached by Cecilia Willberg.

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00101448.htm

skatesweden.se entry
http://skatesweden.se/akare/selma-ihr/ (in Swedish)
http://skatesweden.se/en/akare/selma-ihr-2/ (in English)

Rinkresults
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=4295

Social Media
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/selmaihr/ (private account)

Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 season
SP: 49.40 (ISU JGP Czech Skate 2018)
FS: 101.51 (ISU JGP Ljubljana Cup 2018)
TS: 149.02 (ISU JGP Ljubljana Cup 2018)

Personal Best Scores pre 2018/2019 season
SP: 53.33 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)
FS: 97.02 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)
TS: 150.35 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)

Programs and Videos
2019/2020
SP: "Sing Sing Sing" by Louis Prima; choreo by Jamie Isley, Cecilia Willberg
FS: "One Moment in Time" performed by Vanessa; choreo by Jamie Isley, Cecilia Willberg

Selma Ihr has not competed yet this season, neither on the Junior grand prix, nor at the Senior or Junior Swedish Championships.

2018/2019
SP: "Sing Sing Sing" by Louis Prima
FS: "Pas de Deux" from "Nutcracker" by Petr I. Tchaikovski

2018 JGP LjubljanaJGP Czech Skate Ostrava
2017/2018
SP: "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (from "The Wizard of Oz") by Andrew Lloyd Weber
FS: "Pas de Deux" from "Nutcracker" by Petr I. Tchaikovski

2018 World Junior Championships2017 JGP Minsk Arena Cup2017 JGP Brisbane, Australia
Other Videos (advanced novice girls category)
2017 Mentor Torun Cup
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8irNLedi_JU ("Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (from "The Wizard of Oz") by Andrew Lloyd Weber)
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4f16oS294k
2016 NRW Trophy (advanced novice girls)2016 Coupe du Printemps Luxembourg (advanced novice girls)2015 NRW Trophy (advanced novice girls)2014 NRW Trophy (advanced novice girls)

Results

Rows in azure - Swedish local competitions

CompetitionCategorySPFSTS
2019/2020
TBA
junior
TBD
TBD
TBD
2019 JGP Lake Placid
junior
TBD
TBD
TBD
2018/2019
2018 JGP Ljubljana
junior
8 (47.51)
7 (101.51)
8 (149.02)
2018 JGP Czech Skate Ostrava
junior
10 (49.40)
8 (96.12)
8 (145.52)
2017/2018
2018 World Junior Championshipsjunior14 (53.33)14 (97.02)14 (150.35)
Elit 9 i 2017-18junior4 (44.30)1 (102.41)1 (146.71)
2018 Bavarian Open International
junior
4 (52.15)5 (92.48)4 (144.63)
Elit 7 i 2017-18junior3 (43.67)1 (96.25)1 (139.92)
2018 Swedish National Championships
junior
1 (48.55)1 (95.41)1(143.96)
Elit 3 i 2017-18junior1 (44.48)1 (93.02)1 (137.50)
2017 JGP Minsk Arena Cup, Belarus
junior
9 (48.20)
10 (86.44)
9 (134.64)
2017 JGP Brisbane, Australia
junior
13 (37.98)
10 (83.99)
11 (121.97)
2016/2017
2017 Nordics Openadvanced novice1 (38.81)1 (65.03)1 (103.84)
Elit 10 i 2016-17novice U151 (50.89)1 (82.64)1 (133.53)
2017 Mentor Toruń Cupadvanced novice4 (33.81)1 (70.17)1 (103.98)
2017 Swedish National Championshipsnovice U151 (52.25)1 (81.39)1 (133.64)
2016 NRW Trophyadvanced novice1 (39.03)1 (75.67)1 (114.70)
Elit 6 i 2016-17novice U152 (43.40)1 (62.23)1 (105.63)
28th Golden Bear 2016advanced novice4 (39.21)5 (66.40)5 (105.61)
Elit 3 i 2016-17novice U151 (49.31)1 (55.96)1 (105.27)

 
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IndiaP12

Final Flight
Joined
Apr 29, 2018
Happy late birthday to Selma! Btw I love her free program [emoji7][emoji7] I’m sad we won’t be seeing her at Junior worlds next week :(
 

Mohacz

Medalist
Joined
Jan 24, 2006
I hope she will go! Since she was injured last season (something to do with the back) Im not sure if she will be ready this early in the season.
Btw. She is keeping her short from last season but has a new free

Oh, thanks for the info! I really hope she has recovered from her injury and we'll see her skating, if not so early, later on during the season.
 

Tingeling

Rinkside
Joined
Nov 12, 2012
Selma left her coach/club and seems unsure about her future in skating, or at least she wouldn't reveal any plans. She posted about it on Instagram because people kept asking and spreading rumors about it. She ended the post with (my translation): "The most important thing for me is being healthy and not having to be afraid of being yelled at or bullied by adults. It's important that we as skaters dare to speak up about our training environment and how we want to be treated."

Good on Selma for standing her ground at such a young age. I hope she can regain her joy and passion for skating.
 

*~RussianBleux~*

Final Flight
Joined
Oct 23, 2005
Selma left her coach/club and seems unsure about her future in skating, or at least she wouldn't reveal any plans. She posted about it on Instagram because people kept asking and spreading rumors about it. She ended the post with (my translation): "The most important thing for me is being healthy and not having to be afraid of being yelled at or bullied by adults. It's important that we as skaters dare to speak up about our training environment and how we want to be treated."Good on Selma for standing her ground at such a young age. I hope she can regain her joy and passion for skating.


Thank you SO much for your post Tingeling. I have been waiting for weeks on end for news on Selma ever since I saw that she was withdrawn from the JGP after having not competed for nearly a year. Selma has been one of the best skaters in the JGP over the least couple of years and she can easily finish in the top 10 at these events. This year would be her first year in senior and I believe she could have made the World Championships.

It is such a shame to hear of this situation and saddens me deeply to think of what she must have gone through.
I truly hope that Selma can see that she is one of the best up and coming skaters from her county with a real shot at making the Olympics and she will not give up on the sport. And that any potential sponsors for her to train abroad can see this as well. She deserves to skate under the best coaches in the sport. Maybe she could go to Germany, Italy, or even North America. I could see her at the Cricket Club in Toronto. And didn’t she do some training with an American coach recently? Hopefully Selma will find a new team and fight hard to come back for the second half of the season.

If possible could you come back to tell us if she answers any additional questions about her situation or provides any updates?
 

Tingeling

Rinkside
Joined
Nov 12, 2012
Thank you SO much for your post Tingeling. I have been waiting for weeks on end for news on Selma ever since I saw that she was withdrawn from the JGP after having not competed for nearly a year. Selma has been one of the best skaters in the JGP over the least couple of years and she can easily finish in the top 10 at these events. This year would be her first year in senior and I believe she could have made the World Championships.

It is such a shame to hear of this situation and saddens me deeply to think of what she must have gone through.
I truly hope that Selma can see that she is one of the best up and coming skaters from her county with a real shot at making the Olympics and she will not give up on the sport. And that any potential sponsors for her to train abroad can see this as well. She deserves to skate under the best coaches in the sport. Maybe she could go to Germany, Italy, or even North America. I could see her at the Cricket Club in Toronto. And didn’t she do some training with an American coach recently? Hopefully Selma will find a new team and fight hard to come back for the second half of the season.

If possible could you come back to tell us if she answers any additional questions about her situation or provides any updates?

Of course. I had been wondering about Selma as well, thinking she might be injured again, but didn't foresee this situation. I really hope she stays in the sport.
 
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