Andrey Sobolev
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Andrey Sobolev
Andrey Sobolev
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Andrey Sobolev, FIS Snowboard World Cup
Country Russia
Full nameAndrey Andreyevich Sobolev
Born(1989-11-27)27 November 1989
Tashtagol, Russian SSR, Soviet Union (now Russia)
Height1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
World Cup career
Individual wins7
Indiv. podiums13
Discipline titles2

Andrey Andreyevich Sobolev (Russian: ?; born 27 November 1989) is a Russian snowboarder, specializing in Alpine snowboarding and formerly specializing in snowboard cross.[1] He is the brother of Olympic snowboarder Natalia Soboleva, who is the silver medalist of the 2019 World Championships.


Sobolev competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics for Russia. He was the top qualifier in the parallel giant slalom, but in the 1/8 finals, he lost to Austria's Andreas Prommegger, finishing 9th overall. He then failed to qualify for the elimination round in the parallel slalom, finishing 27th.[2][3]

As of September 2014, his best showing at the World Championships is 14th, in the 2013 parallel slalom.[1]

Sobolev made his World Cup debut in February 2007. As of September 2014, he has one podium finish, a silver in a parallel slalom at Jauerling in 2011-12. His best overall finish is 15th, in 2013-14.[1]

World Cup Podiums


Individual podiums

  • 7 wins - (2 PS, 5 PGS)
  • 13 podiums - (3 PS, 10 PGS)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2012-13 13 January 2012 Austria Jauerling, Austria Parallel Slalom 2nd
2014-15 7 February 2014 Germany Sudelfeld, Germany Parallel GS 1st
2015-16 12 December 2014 Italy Carezza, Italy Parallel GS 2nd
23 January 2016 Slovenia Rogla, Slovenia Parallel GS 1st
2016-17 15 December 2016 Italy Carezza, Italy Parallel GS 2nd
17 December 2016 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Parallel Slalom 1st
2017-18 14 December 2017 Italy Carezza, Italy Parallel GS 1st
2018-19 26 January 2019 Russia Moscow, Russia Parallel Slalom 1st
23 February 2019 China Secret Garden, China Parallel GS 2nd
9 March 2019 Switzerland Scuol, Switzerland Parallel GS 1st
2019-20 11 January 2020 Switzerland Scuol, Switzerland Parallel GS 1st
22 February 2020 South Korea Pyeongchang, South Korea Parallel GS 3rd
29 February 2020 Canada Blue Mountain, Canada Parallel GS 3rd

Team podiums

  • 1 podium - (1 PSLM )
Season Date Location Discipline Place Teammate(s)
2018-19 27 January 2019 Russia Moscow, Russia Parallel Slalom Team 2nd Natalia Soboleva

Season titles

  • 2 title - (1 overall, 1 parallel giant slalom)
 Season  Discipline
2016 Parallel Giant Slalom
2019 Parallel Overall


  1. ^ a b c d FIS Profile
  2. ^ "Sports Reference Profile". Archived from the original on 2020-04-17.
  3. ^ " profile". March 19, 2014. Archived from the original on March 19, 2014.

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