• From an early age my family encouraged me to be active. Sports became a central part of my life, especially outdoors – forming a life-long desire to explore the link between sports, nature, and wellbeing. I wanted to share that free spirit with others, especially other women to embrace their full potential in board sports. By providing coaching in kitesurfing and snowboarding, I saw the joy and excitement that sports and being in nature can bring.

    Eliza Eliasz

  • My biggest wish was for me to be in the top ten of the world and it came true. Hard work, dedication, sacrifice, passion and of course some craziness in me that led me to all the challenges, ups and downs for years. At one point of life I realized that the water is my environment. The water is my freedom and swimming is my love. I am a happy person because I found my unconditional love.

    Natasha Meshkovska

  • "I run to secure the future of my children in Dhaka." In 2010 Maria summited Mount Kilimanjaro, to draw attention for her cause to educate vulnerable groups of children in the middle east. In 2011 she made a successful trek to the North Pole and walked a marathon on each of the 7 emirates in the UAE in 7 days. In 2013 she became the first Portuguese woman to summit Mount Everest and since then has ran 7 ultra marathons on 7 continents in 6 weeks, 7 ultra marathons in 7 days and 7 marathons on 7 continents in 11 days. She holds 6 Guinness World Records.

    Maria Conceicao

  • Climbing is a sport in which women are minority! Seeing more women introduced and involved into this sport and breaking the barriers is so inspiring and motivating. Personally, for me, climbing has influenced my life on so many different levels, it has made me the person I am today and hopefully it will make me a better person tomorrow.

    Natalija Ristevska

  • The first step is always hard, unsecure, frightened and humble. While making the next steps, you discover many different  dimensions about yourself and the surroundings. The mountains are literally the "top" when speaking about sport experience and achievement.  In the most pedagogical sense it is the ascent or a battle with your own capacity. Creating a positive mind,  persistence, energy, motivation, balance and self-control out of your choice, while you are often the lone player in the game.  

    Natasha Kostovska

  • I warmly recommend everyone wandering what to do with their free time, to fill it up with mountain hikes and more time outdoors.  Spend less time in front of the computers and smart phones and re- connect with nature.  The combination of fresh air, peace, and physical activity is the best thing you can offer to your body and soul.

    Danica Stojanovska

  • I believe that women are beautiful, strong and equally capable as men. They need to be aware of that and use all of their skills to become financially independent. Practicing sports is good for the body and soul. I played sports for many years and I believe this helped in the construction of the person I am today.

    Yanira Tiny

  • Deeply Inspired by a book The rock warriors way I discovered climbing & loved the contact with rocks. I find dancing is the connection between climbing and arts. Approaching the element with love and respect, makes the movements so smooth and elegant, which allows you to move on without fighting or any aggression. My story is about mastering the movements in sports as in arts to a perfect harmony in the continuous choreography called LIFE!


  • Competitions motivate me, that is where you can prove who you are, in climbing of course. The spirit of competition is where You can prove your skills and strength. My favorite discipline is lead, the routes are long , I have the endurance which helps, only in some parts I need to be more brave. My dream is to compete on the world championships and preferably to get a medal.  One of my goals is to climb  9a, 9b. And I have  also been  thinking of the Olympics, why not.

    Alex Totkova

  • Outdoors helped me to find my strength and come out of the miserable circumstances which i was facing once. After coming out of the abusive relationship, it was sports which helped me not only to survive but to take control and live my life on my own terms. I can stand for my rights, take better decisions and face challenges with confidence. My mission is to bike on all the highest peaks of seven continents, and keep inspiring all those girls along the way, who are living my previous version of life and can not fight back.I want them to unleash their true potential.

    Samar Khan

  • Being a girl living in Kosovo and trying to climb big mountains is not a common thing, since people were not too familiar with the concept of mountaineering, especially among women. Often you don't get the support you need. Instead, people say you should not do it, which is one of the issues that made me even stronger. By having climbed 4 x 8000ers so far, I am slowly changing the mentality and motivating other girls to reach their dreams. There are so many reasons why I like to climb big mountains, from national to natural values and beyond.

    Uta Ibrahimi

  • The way to the summit is not only long, but also steep, icy and risky. Every step counts, the decisions you make are crucial and there is no time for regrets. You are tired, lonely and in pain and still feeling blessed and extremely happy. Your dream is what drives you. Doesn't really matter when, sooner or later, you should make it happen. And if it gets stuck, do not blame others, just train harder and try again. Because you know that when you reach it, the reward is the sweet joy of your life. The feeling of happiness, love, and freedom.

    Ilina Arsova

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