Marika Avtandilovna Pertachiya

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Marika Pertachija Freestyle skiing
Full name Marika Avtandilovna Pertachiya
nation RussiaRussia Russia
birthday 15th December 1992 (age 27)
place of birth Gali
size 170 cm
Weight 56 kg
discipline Moguls, dual moguls
status active
Medal table
Universiade 0 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
Junior World Championship 1 × gold 2 × silver 1 × bronze
Logo of the FISU Winter Universiade
silver Sierra Nevada 2015 Moguls
Junior World ChampionshipsTemplate: medals_winter sports / maintenance / unrecognized
gold Jyväskylä 2011 Dual moguls
silver Jyväskylä 2011 Moguls
silver Chiesa in V. 2012 Dual moguls
bronze Chiesa in V. 2012 Moguls
Placements in the Freestyle Skiing World Cup
 Debut in the World Cup March 18, 2010
 Overall World Cup 43rd ( 2015/16 )
 Mughal World Cup 11. (2015/16)
 Podium placements 1. 2. 3.
 Moguls 0 0 1
last change: February 11, 2018

Marika Awtandilowna Pertachija ( Russian Марика Автандиловна Пертахия ; * December 15, 1992 in Gali ) is a Russian freestyle skier . It starts in the moguls disciplines, contained moguls and dual moguls .


Pertachija mainly participated in the European Cup from 2008 to 2010. She got twelve podium finishes, including eight wins, and finished second in the 2008/09 season and first in the 2009/10 season in the Mughal discipline rankings. In the World Cup she made her debut on March 18, 2010 in the Sierra Nevada and took 14th place in the Moguls competition. In the 2010/11 season she came in eight World Cup appearances five times in the top ten and thus reached 13th place in the Moguls World Cup. At the 2011 World Championships in Deer Valley , she achieved eleventh place in the dual moguls and ninth place in the moguls. In March 2011 she won the silver medal in the Moguls and the gold medal in the Dual Moguls at the Junior World Championships in Jyväskylä .

In the following 2011/12 season , seventh place in the World Cup was Pertachija's best result in Méribel . At the Junior World Championships 2012 in Chiesa in Valmalenco she won bronze in the Moguls and silver in the Dual Moguls. In the 2012/13 season she reached her best World Cup placement so far in Calgary with fourth place in the Moguls competition. At the season highlight, the 2013 World Championships in Voss , she finished ninth in the Moguls. In the following 2013/14 season , eighth places in Inawashiro and Voss were their best World Cup results. At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi , she took 17th place in the Mughal competition. In March 2014, she became the Russian Mughal champion.

Pertachija did not manage to place in the top ten in the World Cup in the 2014/15 season , a 14th place was her best season position. At the 2015 World Championships on Kreischberg , she came 17th in the Dual Moguls and 10th in the Moguls competition. In March, she won the Mughal silver medal at the 2015 Winter Universiade in the Sierra Nevada . In the 2015/16 season she achieved six top 10 results in eight World Cup starts, which was enough for eleventh place in the Moguls World Cup. In March 2016, she became the Russian Mughal champion for the second time. In the following season 2016/17 she finished twelfth in the Moguls World Cup with four top 10 results. At the 2017 World Championships in Sierra Nevada, she was fifth in the dual moguls and fourth in the moguls competition.

Pertachija achieved her first podium finish in the World Cup on December 9, 2017 at the Mughal competition in Ruka .


Olympic games

World championships

World cup

Pertachija has so far achieved a podium in the World Cup.

World Cup ratings:

season total Ski cross
space Points space Points
2009/10 119. 2 43. 18th
2010/11 49. 18th 13. 203
2011/12 55. 16 17th 213
2012/13 104. 11 21st 132
2013/14 86. 15th 18th 160
2014/15 95. 8.33 26th 75
2015/16 43. 31.50 11. 252
2016/17 60. 20.73 12. 228

European Cup

  • 2008/09 season: 2nd Moguls discipline ranking
  • Season 2009/10: 1st Moguls discipline ranking
  • 12 podium places, including 8 wins

Junior World Championships

  • Jyväskylä 2011: 1st Dual Moguls, 2nd Moguls
  • Chiesa in Valmalenco 2012: 2nd Dual Moguls, 3rd Moguls

More Achievements

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