When I was just four years old, my dad introduced me to climbing at a local gym, and I was
immediately hooked. By the age of five, I joined the Climbingteam Stuttgart
and started competing in kids' climbing events that included lead, bouldering, and classic speed.
As I got older, I began competing at the state and then national level, mainly in lead and bouldering since speed climbing wasn't as popular back then.
Around the age of 15, I tried speed climbing for the first time and fell in love with it. I improved quickly and even won a bronze medal in my first national speed youth cup in 2017.
While I still participated in lead and bouldering, I gradually shifted my focus towards speed climbing. In 2020, I decided to fully commit to it. The following year, I achieved a big milestone by qualifying for my first international speed competition, the European Youth Cup in Bochum, where I came in fourth.
Since then, I've had my share of ups and downs, but I'm making good progress. In 2023, I reached another major milestone by competing in a World Cup event.
If you're curious about what comes next, you can follow my journey on Instagram or Mastodon to stay in the loop.
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