Sandra Lettner

„ I am mad about climbing and therefore I moved to Innsbruck at the age of 14 to be able to practice the sport better. “

Sandras
Achievements Comps

  • 4th Place Boulder World Cup Meiringen 2018
  • Olympic Youth Champion Buenos Aires 2018
  • European Youth Champion Lead Imst 2018
  • European Youth Champion Combined 2018
  • World Youth Champion Combined U18 Innsbruck 2017

Sandras
Achievements Outdoors

  • Sport climbing:
  • Line or bolts (8b), Ötztal
  • Codigo Norte (8b), Santa Linya
  • Bouldering:
  • Master of puppets (8a), Ötztal
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Sandra
about Mantle

„ I am not only picky with food but with chalk also. Mantle Chalk is excactly my taste. “

Questions to Sandra

What do you usually do in your spare time?

I like to meet with friends/acquaintances for coffee but sometimes I need time for myself. Then I sit in front of the piano, play the guitar or read a book. In my hometown I often go on a bike tour on warm days, apart from that my body doesn't have much to do with endurance. 😜

Give us a fun fact about you or a remarkable experience in your climbing career.

There are not only yellow cards in soccer but also at international climbing competitions. After my very first two European Youth Cups I had already collected two yellow cards (the flag on the shirt was missing and forgetting to put on the start number). At the following comps I was always super nervous because a third yellow card would have resulted in a suspension for the following competition.

What are your long term and/or short term goals?

Short term: make a World Cup Final, become Austrian Champion Long-term: participate in the Olympic Games, win a World Championship medal, remain injury-free

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