Meanwhile, Jndia Erbacher is killing it on the drag racing track! The 23-year-old from Switzerland was born into a drag racing dynasty and now closely follows in the footsteps of her father who was a six-time European FIA Drag Racing Champion. Jndia made her debut as a Monster Energy athlete at the 2018 Nitro Olympx – she gave new meaning to unleashing the beast, running a personal best of 4.03 seconds for the quarter-mile and a ripper final speed of 479km/h. Jndia is now taking her speed and competitive attitude to the European FIA Drag Racing Championship herself, driving her 10,000bhp V8 powered drag car capable of 0 to 100km/h in less than a second – hectic. We’re so stoked to be a part of the journey of so many strong female athletes.
It’s so great to see talented and ambitious women kick their goals, shaping the future of female representation in sports – we can’t wait to see what these athletes accomplish this year!