In Zermatt she joined the ski club. After a few years, she switched from alpine to mogul skiing. To her, it was a more exciting discipline, which she enjoyed more.
From then on, Natcha trained with her father, with the freestyle club of Zermatt, the swiss development team and after she joined the mogul team in Châtel, France.
Natcha skied in the junior circuit of France, where she achieved many places on the podium , as well as many wins, also winning the French Championships in the under 14 category.
Unfortunately because of the corona epidemic, the competitions came to a halt, where Natcha decided to quit. She wanted to focus on school and attend the Gymnasium in Brig, where she‘s currently studying.
Even though Natcha decided to stop skiing competitively, she still continued in the moguls for fun.
After a 3 year hiatus, Natcha missed the competitions and decided she wanted to start again.
Her former trainer, mr. Andrea Rinaldi, current director of the FIS Freestyle Moguls and Aerials Races, suggested her to participate in the Junior World Championships.
Because this was Natcha‘s first international competition, she got in contact with the ski and snowboard association of Thailand. After the approval from the SSAT she represented Thailand at the JWC 2023 in Chiesa in Valmalenco, Italy.
The initial comeback wasn‘t as successful as she had hoped for, returning home with a knee injury, yet full of motivation.
After 3 months of rehab, Natcha did a lot of skiing and ramp training over the summer.
Now she‘s back at school and training in her home mountains on the weekends looking forward to the upcoming season.