Saška Rexová – Rexa [TEAM]

Alexandra Rexová Born in Slovakia in 2005, she is a visually impaired para alpine skier who competed at the 2022 Winter paralympics in Beijing.  She won a gold medal in the Super-G, and a bronze in the Slalom.

  • She first tried skiing at the age of three and has been skiing con2nuosly since the age of five, being taught by mother & grandfather.

  • At the age of seven she began to lose her sight. She was diagnosed with Morbus Stargard, a rare gene2c eye diseasethat causes gradual loss of central vision.

  • As a child she played football, tennis & hockey but had to give up these sports due to her visual impairment which caused problems with her spa2al orienta2on when playing team sports.

  • At the age of twelve she s2ll skied recrea2onally, so her mother entered her into a talent compe22on for paraskiers. She was selected for the Slovak para ski team. Since that 2me she has been engaged in para alpine skiing professionally.

  • In 2019, she completed her first European Cup Race in Slovakia, where she won 2 Gold & 1 Silver medals.


• 2020/2021 – won a large crystal globe for her overall standings in the world cup

• 2021/2022 – winning a gold medal in the Super-G discipline and a bronze medal in the slalom discipline at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Games.

• 2022/2023 – winning a silver medal in the Super CombinaAon discipline and a bronze medal in the downhill discipline at the World Championships in Esota, Spain

Goals for the future

• Winning a gold medal in the slalom at the CorAna d’Ampezzo Paralympic Games 2026 and a small crystal globe in the Slalom World Cup


I am starting my own REXA ski team and I want to follow the path of Petra Vlhová, who is my great role model. I wish that parasport gets more media space and that it is done at a high professional level. At the same time, I want to motivate and support my younger brother with the same handicap in skiing, as well as many other promising para-athletes.