Skier Henrieta Farkašová and guide Natália Šubrtová. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 1. Downhill final.
|Born||1 May 1989 (age 30)|
As the sighted guide for Henrieta Farkašová, she has won three gold at the 2010 Winter Paralympics, at Whistler Creekside in the Women's giant slalom, Women's Super combined, Women's Super-G, visually impaired and a silver medal in Women's downhill, visually impaired. In the 2011 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Championships in Sestriere, Italy, January 2011 taking gold in the Women`s Visually Impaired event were the familiar pair from Slovakia, Henrieta Farkasova with her guide Natalia Subrtova. The two took an incredible four gold medals during the Championships: Women's giant slalom, women's super combined, Women's down hill and Women's slalom. They also won a bronze medal in the Team event.
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