Stephani Victor Wins Adaptive Alpine at Audi Quattro Winter Games

Posted By: The Ski Channel on August 27, 2013 8:31 am

Paralympic athlete Stephani Victor has claimed victory again at the  Audi Quattro Winter Games IPC Adaptive Slalom. It was nothing less than an intense competition at Coronet Peak for the Women’s Slalom Sitting. As a driven competitor in the first major event to include adaptive skiing in the mainstream event, Stephani Victor has set the standard high for all athletes. Victor mastered both runs and improved her second run with a time of 56.84 in Women Slalom Sitting. Yet again, Victor was awarded after another victory at the Awards Ceremony in the Lotto Village Queenstown of New Zealand.



Motivational speaker, athlete and documentary filmmaker, Stephani Victor has proven that there is absolutely nothing that she can’t do. Despite the loss of both legs after traumatically being hit by a car in 1995, Stephani Victor has accomplished more than most able-bodied humans have accomplished in a lifetime. As a 3-time Overall World Cup Champion in slalom, the 2007 Overall World Cup Champion (combined), Overall World Cup Champion in giant slalom and 8-time US National Champion with 14 career World Cup victories, Victor is still dominating every aspect of her life with an optimistic perspective that many wish they could have.

Featured on The Ski Channel’s film, “The Story”, Victor has shown her pure dedication and passion for skiing and a vibrant lifestyle. She shares her personal view of her life and explains how she made it this far. Watch Stephani’s story and be inspired.