Derkach at the 2013 World Championships
|Born||27 March 1993|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||50 kg (110 lb)|
|Event(s)||Long jump, Triple jump|
|Club||C.S. Aeronautica Militare|
|Coached by||Serhiy Derkach|
|Achievements and titles|
She was born in Ukraine but has been Italian citizen from 27 May 2013. She has lived in the town of Pagani (close to Naples) in Italy with her parents since 2002. Father Serhiy is her coach (former decathlete). she trains in Formia where she lives since the end of 2014, while her mother Oksana has been a good triple jumper.
Her first best results on triple jump was the 13.56 m, this was the 4th European under 23 time into 2011 top list, and 6.55 m in long jump that was the 2nd European under 23 time into 2011. She has participated in 4 editions of the European championships (two outdoor and two indoor), one of the Olympic Games and one of the World Championships, on six of these seven occasions without being able to pass the qualifying round for the final.
Dariya Derkach has won 6 times the individual senior national championship and 7 at junior level. She won her first senior national championship in 2014.
- Senior (6)
- 3 wins in triple jump outdoor (2014, 2016, 2017)
- 1 win in long jump indoor (2014)
- 2 wins in triple jump indoor (2015, 2017)
- Junior (7)
- 4 wins in long jump (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
- 3 wins in triple jump (2011, 2012, 2013)
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- 13.96 m with the wind aid in the qualifying round. She does not access the three final jumps between the top 8.