Miss Katie Stevens thinks about kickboxing training and aspires to become a motivational speaker
Katie Stevens is a fitness model from Brisbane, QLD, Australia / Pic: Instagram @misskatiestevens

Katie Stevens, 26, is enthralling personality out of Queensland.

Queensland or “the land of queens” is indeed an Australian factory of beauty. Born in Mildura, Victoria, Katie Stevens has been living in Brisbane for almost a decade. Known as “Miss Katie”, her modeling portfolio is a list of achievements. But first, Stevens is more than just a pretty face and fit body.

“In Year 11, I undertook a head start program at University to become a French Teacher,” Stevens told fightmag.com.au. “I traveled to France on an exchange program and lived in Paris to learn the culture and language and to fast track my degree.”

“When I returned to Australia, I continued my degree whilst working in my sister’s beauty salon where I discovered a huge passion. Soon after, I decided to continue in the industry and launch my own Cosmetic Tattooing business, Visual Beauty Australia.”

In 2015 Stevens earned the crown of Miss V8 Supercars on the Gold Coast. Being a brand ambassador she certainly beautifies the events. She is proud of her role that includes “meet and greets, interviews, signing sessions and mentoring contestants for the Miss Supercars model search Nationwide”.

“There were 1500 models and 28 models who made the national finals. They were all beautiful girls and I made lifetime friends.”

“It was such a tough competition and after several judging rounds over the week of the Gold Coast 600 races, I won the competition. I am so honored to represent Supercars and love everything about the brand. The opportunities and doors that have opened have been incredible.”

“I have continued to grow a strong passion for the sport.”

OXYGEN cover model Katie Stevens is also a world champion of the WBFF [World Beauty Fitness & Fashion]. She conquered the 2015 Bikini Diva title in Las Vegas consequently earning a pro competitor status. The following August the fitness model out of Australia appeared in Toronto. This is where “Miss Katie” squared off with international stunners making the top 15 at the World Championships.

Stevens describes herself as the “sporty girl and super competitive”, who started body sculpting in 2013. “I wanted to set myself a goal to be in the best shape of my life,” she says. “I knew the moment I signed up for my first competition I was committed.”

“The more I saw results, the more I became addicted. I made friends that were supportive and had the same passion, to live a healthy lifestyle. I changed my focus from partying and binge drinking to lifting weights and eating healthy. My energy levels and attitude changed and I felt good about myself.”

“Having balance in life is key. Having the odd treat each week and quality time with friends and family is what makes me feel amazing.”

“I have traveled to USA and Canada to compete on an international level. I am so proud to have represented Australia.”

“My training and diet is what taught me self discipline and the results speak for themselves. I love to continually challenge myself. So next on the list is to jump on the pads and start boxing and kickboxing. I’m keen to increase my cardiovascular fitness and work on my footwork and co-ordination.”

As a result, thousands of followers on social media daily admire the smile of the Australian beauty as well as receive an inspiring message.

“I am so grateful of my fans and followers who support my journey from the beginning. The comments and messages are my biggest inspiration.”

With a passion for healthy living “Miss Katie”, herself, aspires to become a motivational speaker. “I have had several requests to begin a YouTube channel, and it’s on the cards for 2017. This is going to be a huge year,” she concludes.

In addition, Katie Stevens is life time friends with Davina Rankin. The latter made her debut cover of FIGHTMAG in 2011.

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Parviz Iskenderov

Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.

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