Darya Klishina

Russian Athlete and Long Jumper, Darya is one of the most important international athletes of the last decade, considered a symbol of beauty in sport, Russian and worldwide. Born in Tver on January 15, 1991, she practised dance and volleyball as a child, an activity that she soon abandoned for athletics because she felt closer to individual sports. In 2013 Darya moved to the United States to improve and experiment with different techniques and training methods. She has an impressive collection of titles to her credit, currently long jump World Vice-champion, she won gold at the 2007 World Youth Championships and the 2009 European Championships. Klishina made a 7.05m jump on June 26, 2010, record Russian juniors and second-best junior score of all time. she was twice European Champion (2011, 2013), Junior European Champion (2011) and Gold Medalist at the XXVII Universiade 2013 in Kazan. In 2016 Darya was the only Russian athlete authorized to participate in the Rio Olympics, where, despite the enormous pressure to which she was subjected, she qualified for the final, finishing ninth. After the Olympics Darya continued to live in the United States Klishina and competed as an authorized neutral athlete at the 2017 World Championships in London. He won a silver medal with a jump of 7.00m, finishing just two centimetres from the gold medal. Darya is not just a great Athlete, her appearance and her physicality allow her to be a Model without any problems, thanks to her very long legs and from the top of her 180 centimetres height. Darya has an innate talent for relationships, she is versatile, professional, extremely precise, collaborative and helpful, a simple and very easy-going girl, but with very solid education and principles, a "self-made woman", who also, for this reason, has become "The blond-haired idol" of Russian and international athletics. Darya is well known, loved and followed at home as well as in the United States and the rest of the world, and now she is ready to take advantage of her momentum as an international sports star to become one of the greatest sports personalities of her time.