Who I am?

I love the sea, the waves and massive jumps! This makes me feel really free!


Welcome to my world! Let me shortly tell You who I am and what I do…


First of all, a passionate kitesurfer! I can´t imagine my life without doing what I love!
I remember the days in 2009 when I bought my first kite and tried it on my own on a field close to our house.


I enjoy to share my experience with others and to see the happy faces of my students after their fast progress!
I never regretted to go this way right after my studies of business administration in 2012. Life is beautiful when you love your job!


As the founder of Whitecap Kitesurfing distributor for some well-known brands in the kite industry in our region!
Yes, I´m not only kitesurfing around the world, sometimes I also have to do some serious business stuff.


Who not? Dreaming about white sandy beaches on a beautiful island with blue water and constant winds!
Don´t take life too serious. Enjoy it, have fun and try to follow your dreams.

Fresh pics on Instagram

Follow me on Instagram! You will find mainly kitesurfing pictures as well as something from my lifestyle and life of a kiter.

Some of my results

Seamen Race Hamata/Egypt 2013 – 2017, 1st (TT Race)

Czech Kiteboarding Cup II 2014, 1st (Slalom, Freestyle)

PKRA World Tour 2014, 3rd overall (Slalom):

    • Podersdorf/Austria, 2nd (Slalom)

    • Fuerteventura Grand Slam, 2nd (Slalom)

    • St. Peter Ording/Germany, 4th (Slalom)

    • Pingtan/China, 3rd (Slalom, TT Race)

Kite Team Contest Podersdorf/Austria 2015, 3rd (Big Air)

VKWC Tarifa/Spain 2015, 5th (Big Air)

VKWC St. Peter Ording/Germany 2015, 4th (Slalom)

Rider 4 Rider Contest Breitenbrunn/Austria 2015, 2nd (Freestyle)

El Gouna Big Air Egypt 2016, 2nd (Big Air)

Chinese national Twin Tip Open Championships Pingtan/China 2016, 2nd (TT Race)

IKA Kiteboarding World Championships 2016:

    • Pingtan Kiteboarding Grand Slam, China, 1st (Big Air)

    • Sardinia Grand Slam, Italy, 1st (Big Air)

    • Sardinia Grand Slam, Italy, 2nd (Freestyle)


More details?

I was born on October 18th 1982 in Slovakia. When I was 7 years old we moved to Vienna, Austria. 6 years later I needed a change and went back to Bratislava (SVK) where I visited a commercial academy. After school, guess what, I moved to Vienna again to study business administration at the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

First contact with kitesurfing

One winter we went on a snowboarding trip to Bormio (ITA). As we passed Lake Resia there were some guys with strange colorful things in the air pulling them over the frozen,  snowy lake. I knew immediately, this was what I wanted to do – to use the wind to rush over snow, or as I realized later, also over water! But I was a poor student, I had to wait a few years before I could afford to buy my first kite on Ebay as a xmas-present to myself.

I watched some videos about the basics of kiteboarding, went out on a snowy field and tried it out! I have to say, I was really talented and could steer the kite immediately. Before the summer season, I organized a kiteboard and continued to struggle in the water. It took a long time before I could ride more than 10 meters. Later I realized that an old C-shape kite in combination with a 127 cm freestyle board was not a suitable equipment for a beginner. You can imagine how happy I was after my first ride, over 200 m to the other side of the bay, and I was even able to come back! Thanks to the easy conditions in Greece.

Kitesurfing career

After finishing my studies I wanted to take a timeout. The best possibility to afford a long vacation and to live my hobby was to become a kitesurfing instructor. I obviously did very well at the VDWS instructor course so I got some good job offers. I was able to travel to Egypt for three and half months where my riding skills improved a lot. In Hamata we had wind almost every day, I had a lot of fun teaching people and there was still plenty of time for myself to spend on the water.

After returning to Austria, I worked as a kitesurfing instructor in Podersdorf at Lake Neusiedler. I loved my job, escaping the big city life and enjoying the summer beach life at the lake. Meanwhile I set up my own business and become distributor for some well-known brands in the kite industry in our region!

After the season, my instructor career continued in Egypt, Brazil and Egypt again. Kite Village Hamata became my favorite teaching spot.


In March 2014, when I won the Seamen Race Hamata for the second time already, I decided to join the PKRA Slalom tour stop in Austria 2 months later. I was really successful and ended up on the podium, 2nd rank. Close after Katja Roose, slalom world champion 2014, and left behind Christine Bönniger, slalom world champ 2013. This was the start of my slalom career!

I´m not fast only, I can jump really high too. I love massive rotation jumps in dizzy hight. My friends call me the highest jumping girl at Lake Neusiedler. They also use expression like “crazy” and “stylish”.