(1986 in Arzl im Pitztal, Austria)

At fifteen, she climbed her first indoor 8a (5.13b).
In 2003, she won her first Cup race at Aprica.

Since then she has won three World Cups in a row: in 2004, in 2005, winning eight out of nine events and in 2006, winning seven out of ten events.

She also won four world championships in the lead climbing specialty: the 2005 edition in Munich, the 2007 edition in Avilés, the 2011 edition in Arco, and the 2012 edition in Paris.

For this outstanding performance was awarded the La Sportiva Competition Award in 2006.

On September 6, 2014, Eiter climbed the 9a (5.14d) route Hades at Nassereith, Austria.
She is the sixth woman to climb this grade or higher.

On October 22, 2017 she climbed La Planta de Shiva (Villanueva del Rosario, Spain), widely considered to be a 9b (5.15b) route, becoming the world’s first female to climb that grade.

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