|Native name||Дарья Игоревна Клишина|
|Full name||Darya Igorevna Klishina|
|Born||15 January 1991|
Tver, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||Long jump: 7.05 m (Ostrava 2011)|
Darya Igorevna Klishina (Russian: Дарья Игоревна Клишина, born 15 January 1991) is a Russian long jumper.
Klishina was born in 1991 in Tver, Russian SFSR. At the age of eight, she began playing volleyball, and at thirteen changed her preference for athletics in long jump.
Klishina achieved a jump of 7.03 metres on 26 June 2010, a Russian junior record, and the second best junior mark of all time. This jump was also the second best jump in the world that year, behind only her teammate Olga Kucherenko's mark of 7.13 metres. Despite her dominance in the long jump in 2010, Klishina did not compete at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics. In 2013, she moved from Russia to the United States.
In 2016, Klishina was approved to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympics through special permission granted by the IAAF. The IAAF had suspended the Russian national federation from competing due to breach of anti-doping rules, and Klishina was the only member of the athletics team allowed to compete. This decision was initially reversed on 13 August 2016. Klishina immediately appealed the decision, saying that she was "a clean athlete and have proved that already many times and beyond any doubt. Based in the US for three years now, I have been almost exclusively tested outside of the Anti-Doping system in question. I am falling victim to those who created a system of manipulating our beautiful sport and is guilty of using it for political purposes." On 15 August 2016, the eve of the long jump event, Klishina's appeal was upheld, allowing her to compete. She qualified for the long jump final, finishing ninth. For the first time in 20 years, Russian women failed to win an Olympic medal in the long jump.
Klishina competed as an authorised neutral athlete at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics in London. She won the silver medal with a season-best jump of 7.00 metres.
|2007||World Youth Championships||Ostrava, Czech Republic||1st||6.47 m|
|European Youth Olympics||Belgrade, Serbia||1st||6.43 m|
|2009||European Junior Championships||Novi Sad, Serbia||1st||6.80 m|
|2010||World Indoor Championships||Doha, Qatar||5th||6.62 m|
|2011||European Indoor Championships||Paris, France||1st||6.80 m|
|European U23 Championships||Ostrava, Czech Republic||1st||7.05 m|
|World Championships||Daegu, South Korea||7th||6.50 m|
|2012||World Indoor Championships||Istanbul, Turkey||4th||6.85 m|
|2013||European Indoor Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||1st||7.01 m|
|Universiade||Kazan, Russia||1st||6.90 m|
|World Championships||Moscow, Russia||7th||6.76 m|
|2014||World Indoor Championships||Sopot, Poland||7th||6.51 m|
|European Championships||Zürich, Switzerland||3rd||6.65 m|
|2015||World Championships||Beijing, China||10th||6.65 m|
|2016||Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||9th||6.63 m|
|Competing for Authorised Neutral Athletes|
|2017||European Indoor Championships||Belgrade, Serbia||4th||6.84 m|
|World Championships||London, United Kingdom||2nd||7.00 m|
|2021||Olympic Games||Tokyo, Japan||–||NM|
|Long jump (outdoor)||7.05 (1.1 m/s)||Ostrava, Czech Republic||17 July 2011|
|Long jump (indoor)||7.01||Gothenburg, Sweden||2 March 2013|