Alena Prochazkova

Alena Prochazkova

Slovak skier
Date of Birth: 09.08.1984
Country: Slovakia

  1. Biography of Alena Prochazkova
  2. Debut in the World Cup
  3. Achievements in the Overall Standings
  4. Olympic Participation
  5. Participation in World Championships
  6. Equipment

Biography of Alena Prochazkova

Alena Prochazkova is a renowned Slovak skier who has participated in two Olympic Games, won a stage of the World Cup, and achieved multiple championships at the Universiade. She is especially strong in sprint races.

Alena Prochazkova

Debut in the World Cup

Prochazkova made her debut in the Ski World Cup in December 2004. In January 2009, she achieved her first and only victory in a World Cup stage, specifically in the sprint discipline. She has also secured three podium finishes in sprint races in the World Cup.

Achievements in the Overall Standings

Prochazkova's best overall result in the World Cup standings was an 18th place in the 2008-2009 season.

Olympic Participation

Prochazkova represented Slovakia in two Olympic Games. In the 2006 Olympics in Turin, she competed in three races, finishing 46th in the 7.5+7.5 km duathlon, 28th in the 10 km classical style, and 23rd in the sprint. In the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, she achieved an 18th place in the sprint.

Participation in World Championships

Throughout her career, Prochazkova has participated in four World Championships. Her best result was a 7th place in the sprint discipline at the 2007 and 2009 World Championships.


Prochazkova uses skis produced by Fischer, boots, and bindings from Salomon.