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Alena Zavarzina was born on 27 May, 1989 in Moscow, Russia, is a Russian snowboarder. At 31 years old, Alena Zavarzina height is 5 ft 9 in (177.0 cm).

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Age 31 years old
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Born 27 May 1989
Birthday 27 May
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Nationality Moscow, Russia

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Weight 66 kg (146 lb)
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Alena Zavarzina Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Zavarzina was one of the Russian athletes that permitted by the IOC to participate at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang under the neutral flag. She said that in the course of preparation for the Olympics she had to "sign a lot of unpleasant papers" and claimed that "unequal conditions" have been created for Russian athletes. At the Olympics, she qualified for the main round in the parallel giant slalom by setting the second fastest time in qualification but missed the medals after falling in both semi final and bronze medal final and finished in fourth-place. She told in an interview that during her time in Pyeongchang, she has taken three doping tests in the early hours of the morning in the period of one week.

On 31 August 2018, Zavarzina announced her retirement with a written manifesto which was published on the website of Match TV in which she explained her reasons for retirement. She confirmed that she has not been paid a salary since 2017 and stated that she will not receive a presidential scholarship for her results in 2017 and 2018, as well as funding for 2019 unless she undergo the in-depth medical examination and pass. She added that passing this medical examination is impossible for her since her medical condition is no longer suitable for sports due to the tightening of the rules by the FMBA (Federal Medical-Biological Agency), although her condition have remained unchanged in the last two years. She said that she was in exactly the same situation last year and still went to the Olympics although according to the rules she did not have the right to be in the Russian national team. She also criticized the Russian Ministry of Sports and Russian Snowboard Federation for their lack of support for the sport and empty promises through the years.


Zavarzina opened the 2017/18 season with a promising fourth-place finish in the first race of the season in Carezza, but she had a poor run of results in the following World Cup races. She reached her first podium of the season in Rogla in the parallel giant slalom race through the end of January. She backed that up with another fourth-place finish in the same discipline in Bansko, the last World Cup stage before the Olympic Games.

Zavarzina was born in Novosibirsk. She studied visual arts in the Novosibirsk branch of the Moscow State Pedagogical University before transferring to the Moscow branch of the university. She graduated from the management department of the Moscow Technological Institute in 2017. After her retirement from competitive snowboarding, Zavarzina entered Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design with the aim of becoming an art director in the future.

Since 2011, Zavarzina is married to double Olympic champion Vic Wild, a former member of the U.S snowboard team who is now competing for Russia after receiving a Russian citizenship in 2012. Prior to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, she and her husband signed a contract with Petrodvorets Watch Factory, the factory that manufactures the Raketa watches. She has become the face of the company's advertising campaign and a member of the board of directors while her husband was appointed a strategic director of the factory. She's the brand ambassador for Toyota Russia, Tag Heuer, S7 Airlines and Zasport, the official outfitter of the Russian Olympic team. On 28 May 2017, she was appointed to the International Ski Federation (FIS) Athletes' Commission as an elected member for a two-year term. She's also one of the ambassadors of the 2019 Winter Universiade which was held in Krasnoyarsk in March 2019.


Zavarzina's best season in terms of World Cup results came in the 2016/17 season. She won two World Cup parallel giant slalom races in Bansko and Bokwang, the latter was also the test event for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games, and grabbed one more podium spot in the same discipline with a third place-finish in the season-opener in Carezza. Although her podiums came in parallel giant slalom, she won a bronze medal in the parallel slalom at the 2017 World Championships in Sierra Nevada which was her first senior medal in this discipline. With this medal, Zavarzina completed the full set of medals (gold, silver and bronze) from the World Championships. In the parallel giant slalom event, Zavarzina set the second fastest time in the qualification round but lost to her teammate Yekaterina Tudegesheva in the quarter finals. At the end of the season, Zavarzina clinched the parallel giant slalom crystal globe for the first time in her career. She was also leading the parallel overall World Cup standings by a slim margin over Ester Ledecká prior to the season finale in Winterberg, but Ledecká finished as the runner-up in the last race of the season while Zavarzina was seventh and claimed the overall crystal globe ahead of Zavarzina.


In 2015/16 season, Zavarzina won her second career World Cup victory, this time in parallel slalom, in Winterberg which was also her sole World Cup podium of the season. At the end of the season she finished eighth in the overall rankings, her highest since 2009/10 season.


Zavarzina has not started well to 2013/14 season and failed to pass the qualification round in her first three World Cup races. During the parallel slalom race in Bad Gastein on 12 January 2014, a month before the Olympics was due to begin, she took a heavy fall and broke her left arm. She competed with a brace on her left arm at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and won a bronze medal in the parallel giant slalom, just a few minutes before her husband Vic Wild claimed the gold medal in the same discipline. This was only the second time a husband and wife had won medals in the same event at the Olympic Winter Games. Three days later in the inaugural Olympic parallel slalom, she was eliminated in the 1/8 finals by the eventual champion Julia Dujmovits and placed thirteenth while her husband went on to win the gold medal in the men's event. After the Olympics, Zavarzina received the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" (second class) for "her great contribution to the development of physical culture and sports, with high sporting achievements at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi".

After more than four years without a podium in World Cup level, Zavarzina returned to the World Cup podium with a third-place finish in the parallel slalom race in Montafon at the beginning of the 2014/15 season. At the 2015 World Championships in Kreischberg, she won a silver medal in parallel giant slalom after losing to Claudia Riegler in the repeat of the 2011 final, and finished fifth in the parallel slalom. She reached her second World Cup podium of the season at the season finale in Winterberg, and finished the season in thirteenth place in the overall World Cup standings.


After returning from the injury, Zavarzina struggled to regain her form throughout the 2011/12 season, her eighth-place finish in Telluride was her best performance of the season. In the following season, her results started to improve. Although she did not manage to reach World Cup podium during the season, she made a couple of fourth-place finishes in Bad Gastein and Arosa. At the 2013 World Championships in Stoneham, Zavarzina was unable to defend her World title and eliminated in the quarter finals in the parallel giant slalom event. In the parallel slalom, she was knocked out from the competition in the first elimination round.


Zavarzina started 2010/11 season in very good form with two podiums from her first two races. By doing so, she reached a podium in a parallel slalom race for the first time in her career and became the part of the Russian podium sweep in Limone Piemonte, the first ever in the history of the Parallel World Cup. At the 2011 World Championships in La Molina, Zavarzina won the gold medal in the parallel giant slalom and became the second ever Russian snowboarder to claim a World title after Yekaterina Tudegesheva who won the gold medal, also in parallel giant slalom, in 2007. In the parallel slalom event, Zavarzina tore ligaments in her right knee and sustained a season-ending injury during the qualification round after setting the fastest time in the first run of the qualification in blue course. After her success in World Championships, Zavarzina was awarded the title of Honoured Master of Sports of Russia.


Zavarzina became a regular World Cup competitor in 2009/10 season. She won her first World Cup victory in a parallel giant slalom race in Telluride, Colorado which was also her first World Cup podium. She reached a podium one more time during the season with a runner-up finish in Stoneham, Canada and finished the season in eighth-place in the parallel overall rankings. At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Zavarzina made the 17th quickest time in the qualification round and missed out to advance for the elimination round by seven hundredths of a second as a fastest loser while her teammate Yekaterina Ilyukhina winning the silver medal.


Zavarzina made her World Cup debut on 23 October 2006 in a parallel slalom race in Landgraaf where she finished in 31st place and scored her first World Cup points. It was her only World Cup start of the season and she mainly participated in Europa Cup for the next couple of seasons. She won three Europa Cup races during the 2007/08 season and placed third in the overall rankings. She won a bronze medal in parallel giant slalom at the 2008 Junior World Championships in Valmalenco. In the following season, despite managing only one victory in Europa Cup, Zavarzina reached the podium five times and finished the season as the runner-up in the overall standings. With that promising performances in the Europa Cup, Zavarzina was given a spot in the parallel giant slalom race at the 2009 World Championships in Gangwon, but she was unable to qualify for the elimination round after finishing 21st in qualification round. At the 2009 Junior World Championships in Nagano, she won a silver medal in parallel slalom, the discipline that she made only one podium in her Europa Cup career. She made four appearances in the World Cup during the 2008/09 season but passed the qualification round only once, in Landgraaf where she made her World Cup debut.


Zavarzina started snowboarding at the age of 10 in her hometown Novosibirsk. She was participating in big air competitions before switching to the alpine snowboarding. She made her first appearance in National Championships as an 11-year-old, in 2000.


Alena Igorevna Zavarzina (Russian: Алёна Игоревна Заварзина ; born 27 May 1989) is a Russian snowboarder specializing in parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom disciplines. She is the 2011 World champion and bronze medalist from the 2014 Winter Olympics in parallel giant slalom. She won the parallel giant slalom crystal globe in 2016/17 World Cup season.