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Slovenian extreme sportspeople

Read short texts about Slovenian extreme sportspeople and the sentences below. Match the names of extreme sportspeople with the statements. Prevod

Stand up paddle surfing was born in Hawaii as an off-shoot surfing. When this extreme sport came to Europe, a Slovenian sportswoman, Manca Notar was determined to try it. Being only fourteen she started training this sport and it took her only three years to become world famous. She has already won several races. In October 2013 she came in first at N1SCO World Championships in Las Vegas. She placed second at the Abu Dabi All Stars sprint race in 2013. Manca Notar is only 17 and is already one of the top world women stand up paddler.

For most Slovenian skiers the greatest challenge of skiing is racing down the slope as fast as you can while trying to avoid small rocks on the way. For Davor Karnicar, a 52-year old Slovenian extreme alpinist and skier, this is not the case. His idea of skiing is climbing to the summit first and then whizzing down the mountain. In the year 2000 he became the first person who tried skiing non-stop down from the summit of Mount Everest and succeeded. He was equipped with cameras attached to his safety helmet so that other people could witness his descent on the internet. He has also skied down Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus and many other mighty peaks, but Everest was the most daring challenge of them all.

Skydiving is an extreme sport involving jumping down from a plane and parachuting to the ground. Accuracy landing is one of the oldest disciplines in which a skydiver attempts to land as closely as possible to a pre-determined target. This discipline is often combined with style at competition level. Irena Avbelj has become a Slovenian skydiving world champion in these two disciplines. This skydiving ballerina has won several competitions. In 2010 she won the International Parachuting Championships in Austria and she placed second at the 6th European parachuting championship in 2011. Born in 1965 she is still one of the most successful Slovenian skydivers of all times. She stopped competing in 2011 when her parachute failed to open.

Dusan Mravlje is an ultra-marathon runner. Running ultra-distance is a sporting event where competitors run longer than the traditional marathon length of 42 kilometres. In his 30-year long sporting career he has run more than 300,000 kilometres and won more than 60 races. He took part in Spartathlon, which is a 246 km ultramarathon race organized in Greece and placed second three times. Although he stopped his running career Mravlje’s daily routine has been the same for years; getting up early in the morning he first drinks coffee, reads the newspaper and then puts on his running shoes and runs twenty kilometres a day. Only after that he is ready to start his day.