September 26, 1969|
|Updated on July 31, 2013.|
Iljans competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics for Sweden. She placed 11th in the qualifying round in ski cross, to advance to the knockout stages. She finished second in her first round heat, advancing to the quarterfinals. She did not finish her quarterfinal race, failing to advance.
As of April 2013, Iljans has one medal finish at the World Championships. She won a silver medal, in 2005, the first World Championships at which ski cross was contested. She qualified third overall, then won both her first round and semifinal races, before finishing behind Karin Huttary in the final.
Iljans made her World Cup debut in November 2002. As of April 2013, she has seven World Cup victories, the first coming in her debut race at at Tignes in 2002/03. Her best World Cup overall finish in ski cross is 2nd, in 2002/03 and 2006/07.
World Cup Podiums
|30 November 2002||Tigens||Ski cross|
|18 January 2003||Laax||Ski cross|
|23 November 2003||Saas-Fee||Ski cross|
|18 January 2004||Laax||Ski cross|
|31 January 2004||Spindleruv Mlyn||Ski cross|
|21 February 2004||Naeba||Ski cross|
|15 January 2005||Pozza di Fassa||Ski cross|
|5 March 2005||Grindelwald||Ski cross|
|14 January 2006||Les Contamines||Ski cross|
|20 January 2006||Kirschberg||Ski cross|
|12 March 2006||Sierra Nevada||Ski cross|
|10 January 2007||Flaine||Ski cross|
|16 February 2007||Inawashiro||Ski cross|
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