Legend has it that Silvia was actually delivered by the stork. With her free spirit and long legs, this might be true. The Italian, who grew up ski racing, first flew into our hearts in 2015 when she came in second overall in her rookie season on the Freeride World Tour. Known for speed and having a strong technical flow, we do wonder if she might actually be a bird. Since leaving the competitive world, she has begun to teach and coach skiing at her home in the Dolomites, although her focus continues to be seeing as much of the world as she can on skis. Whether flipping off a cliff in the Alps or meditating on a slackline high above hazel trees, Silvia stylishly soars to new heights with every step.
- Skied in Alaska and won the tour stop then became the runner-up Freeride World Champion on the rookie season
- Got a university diploma in between competitions
- Bivyed for five days exploring in the Dolomites
- Climbed and then ski descended a multi-pitch route over 5000m altitude
- Had the freedom to move with anything, everywhere in the mountains and explore what is still unknown
- Won national titles and had the honour of being a ski teacher