Short bio, few words that define you as an athlete and as a person:

Versatile and curious in sports, I am always looking for new challenges in fields that until yesterday were unknown to me, because my basic principle is that the destiny of man is to live intensely, to know a lot and to leave a positive mark on his course. Failure leaves a bitter taste and because I love good flavors I do not give up easily in my life, having as my strongest weapon faith and perseverance in my goals.

When did you first start your discipline?

At 2014

What do you most enjoy about your sport?

The confidence that sport itself gives you, basically! Each sport gives separate stimuli and helps you move on. I do sports that take place in nature, because I happen to love the freedom and independence you experience there. In addition, the loneliness of long distances in the mountains I consider to be more important than speed. It is the strength of endurance and the long duration in everything you do in the mountains but also the readiness that you constantly build inside you, to face the unknown, the unexpected, that lurks in the multi-day efforts.

What are your hobbies, profession outside of your sport?

I work in a cardiology clinic. I love spending time with my two daughters, I love painting, gardening, walking with my dogs, which, although short, give me peace of mind and a smile.

Who or what inspires you?

The unknown, which I know exists somewhere out there and is waiting for me to discover it.

Describe your perfect day:

Morning workout in the mountains, immediately diving in the sea and swimming, then cycling through several uphills and finishing a wonderful ice cream, watching the sun set.

Achievements & future projects:

  • Hiking crossing of the Pindos mountain range in 2018 from forgotten and lost paths (600km, with 35,000D +, over 12 peaks, in 15 days).
  • Tor des Geants 2019 (350km, with 27,000D +, finishing as the first woman of all Greek athletes to ever compete there.
  • Himal Race 2021, 30 day super ultra-trail race in the Himalayas of Nepal (900km, with 40.000D +)