Natália Šubrtová

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Natália Šubrtová
Two female skiers in competition uniform
Skier Henrieta Farkašová and guide Natália Šubrtová. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 1. Downhill final.
Personal information
Born1 May 1989 (1989-05) (age 30)
Kežmarok, Czechoslovakia

Natália Šubrtová (born 1 May 1989 in Kežmarok)[1] is a Slovak alpine skier, sighted guide and five time Paralympic Champion.

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Šepitková, Natália (5 June 2010). "Natália Šubrtová: Vždy som bola hyperaktívnym dieťaťom". SME (in Slovak). Retrieved 13 August 2012.