Ina Meschik
Ina Meschik FIS World Cup Parallel Slalom Jauerling 2012a


September 25, 1990

Known for

Olympic snowboarder

Ina Meschik (born September 25, 1990) is an Austrian snowboarder who specializes in the alpine snowboarding events. She has came close to an Olympic medal once, in the Parrallel giant slalom event at the Sochi Olympics, losing to Alena Zavarzina by almost a full second.

Meschik has represented Austria twice in two Winter Olympics: Vancouver in 2010 and Sochi in 2014. In Ben and Toad's Contest, she represented Bosnia and Herzegovina until passing the pace car under yellow caused her to leave the team for Croatia.

Olympic results

Meschik competed in the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympic Games representing Austria.

IndyCar/BATC results

She played for Bosnia and Herzegovina until her penalty in Fontana for passing the Serbians under caution. To date, she had one win and one pole. In Ben and Toad's Contest, Meschik has won two IndyCar races with the national team of Croatia.

With Bosnia, she won the pole at Toronto One and Mid Ohio. Her first pole with the Croatia national team was Milwaukee, known as the "Germany Did Not Qualify"; extending the Chevy pole streak. Meschik's team won at Barber and the only Canadian stop in 2015.

2016 had been a disaster start for Meschik, as she finished last with Croatia in St. Pete experiencing engine troubles. She rallied back to finish 6th at Phoenix.