(1987, Maribor, Slovenia)
She began competing in 2001, and participated in the European Youth Cup in lead climbing as well as the World Youth Championships in Imst where she placed 5th in lead and 22nd
in speed climbing.
In 2004, Markovič started competing in the adult category at the Lead Climbing World Cup. In 2006, she won a silver and a bronze medal in two stages of that competition.
In addition to adult competitions, she continued to participate in the Lead Climbing European Youth Cup, which she won in 2005.
In September 2009, at the Rock Master in Arco, she finished 2nd behind Angela Eiter.
In 2009, 2011 and 2014, she competed at World Championships in three disciplines: lead, bouldering and speed.
From 2009 to 2014, she participated in most of the stages of the World Cup in lead and bouldering, where she obtained the combined title in 2011, 2012 and 2013, due to high rankings in both disciplines.
In 2011, she outstandingly earned her first Lead Climbing World Cup.
In 2012, she won her second Lead Climbing World Cup (three victories and four second places). In 2015, she earned both the Lead Climbing World Cup and the gold medal at the Lead Climbing European Championships.
She sent in outdoor 1 9a route, 1 8c+ and 3 8c, onsighted up to 8b+.