Queen of the skies! Highflying Patrycja becomes first women in history to win daredevil acrobatic gliding comp

Proud Patrycja Pacak took gold after thrashing her opponents with a stunning series of spins and death-defying tricks. Aeroklub Częstochowski - Lotnisko Rudniki/Facebook

A Polish acrobatic pilot has become the first women in history to win the World Glider Championship in Advanced Aerobatics.

Highflying Patrycja Pacak took gold after soaring into an early lead in the second round of the event held in Deva, Romania.

Patrycja made history at the World Glider Championship in Advanced Aerobatics in her Polish-made Swift S-1 glider.Aeroklub Częstochowski - Lotnisko Rudniki/Facebook

With a stunning series of spins and death-defying tricks the 25-year-old beat off competition from 30 other pilots from 12 different countries, scoring a whopping 7224.64 points.

Upon winning her Roland Küng World Advanced Aerobatics Trophy, the delighted Częstochowa lass said: “The competition was tough but that made me fight harder.”Aeroklub Częstochowski - Lotnisko Rudniki/Facebook

Picking up her Roland Küng World Advanced Aerobatics Trophy, the delighted Częstochowa lass said: “The atmosphere is amazing but when it comes to rivalry between men and women we are all equal.

“The competition was tough but that made me fight harder.”

The 25-year-old beat off competition from 30 other pilots from 12 different countries, scoring a whopping 7224.64 points.FAI WAGAC/Facebook

Queen of the skies Pacak, began her gliding adventures in 2010 after joining her local aeroclub in Częstochowa.

She told reporters: “At first it was just elementary aerobatics and simple manoeuvres, yet step by step I improved, gradually, but steadily, I took on more advanced aerobatics, in which I have now achieved success.”

Patrycja said she couldn’t have won the comp without the support of her proud parents (pictured).Aeroklub Częstochowski - Lotnisko Rudniki/Facebook

Following her history-making win, Patrycja says she is now preparing for future competitions.