Irina Terentjeva (born June 30, 1984) is a Lithuanian cross-country skier who has competed since 2000. Competing in three Winter Olympics: Salt Lake City 2002, Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010, she earned her best finish of 37th in the individual sprint event at Turin in 2006.
Irina Terentjeva won a silver medal in individual 10 km F event in EYOF 2001 in Vuokatti.
Irina Terentjeva `won a bronze medal in the individual 5 km F event in FIS Junior World Ski Championschips in Schonach 2002.
Terentjeva`s best finish at the FIS U23 World Ski Championschips was 7th in the individual 10 km F event in Tarvisio 2007.
Terentjeva's best finish at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships was 27th in the individual sprint event at Val di Fiemme in 2003. Terentjeva´s best finish at the individual 10 km F event was 30th at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championschips in Sapporo 2007.
Her best World Cup finish was 25th at a 10 km event in Finland in 2005.
Irina`s best position at the individual event 15 km F at the Winter Universiade was 4th in Pragelato 2007.
Irina Terentjeva moved to Finland in 2010 and finished her skiing career at the year 2012.
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