Yulia Galysheva has competed at the international challenges since March 2006. She has debut at the Europa Cup stage in the Russian Saint-Petersburg. She was 21st in mogul and 18th in dual moguls. In 2007, she competed in FIS Freestyle World Ski Championship at the Madonna di Campiglio, where she finished 22nd in moguls and 21st in dual moguls. In February 2008, she placed second in the German Schliersee at the Europa cup's dual mogul. A few days later, she has won two gold medals in moguls and dual moguls at the Swiss Engelberg. In 2010, she competed at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, where she finished 11th in moguls. Galysheva got her first World Cup victory at the Meribel and was ahead of Hannah Kearney in the final of dual moguls. In 2011, she won gold medals at the 2011 Asian Winter Games in moguls and dual moguls. In 2011, she also has won in the Europa cup stage in Jyväskylä. Next year, she has become World champion among juniors in moguls and also won silver medal in dual moguls at the Italian Valmalenco. She has three podiums in the season of 2012/13, which includes 3rd place at the American Deer Valley and 3rd and 2nd places at the Swedish Åre. At the 2015 FIS World Freestyle Championships in Krieschberg, Austria she won her first world championship medal, a bronze in dual moguls, behind the 2014 and 2010 Olympic champions, Justine Dufour Lapointe (silver) and Hannah Kearney (gold). Two years later at the world championships in Sierra Nevada she upgraded to silver, behind gold medalist Perrine Laffont and ahead of bronze medalist Jaelin Kauf.