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Michelle Ford finishes Ironman Kona

A stylish 11:11 finish

Punk Rock Racing's own Michelle Ford apparently likes the number 11. Her athlete number in Saturday's Ironman World Championships was 1111. Then she finished in 11:11.

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Yes, that's right -- Michelle just conquered what many argue is the world's hardest full Ironman, competing against the world's best triathletes. We are quite proud of her, to say the least.

Michelle finished the 2.4-mile swim in a whopping 1:00:53, coming out of the water third in her division (those childhood years of competitive swimming paid off). She finished the windy 112-mile bike course in 5:42:11. And then she ran a 4:20 marathon.

Congratulations, Michelle. Punk Rock Racing is proud of you, and we think you deserve a Hawaii vacation.

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Michelle Ford finishes Ironman Kona

A stylish 11:11 finish

Punk Rock Racing's own Michelle Ford apparently likes the number 11. Her athlete number in Saturday's Ironman World Championships was 1111. Then she finished in 11:11.

Michelle1.jpg

Yes, that's right -- Michelle just conquered what many argue is the world's hardest full Ironman, competing against the world's best triathletes. We are quite proud of her, to say the least.

Michelle finished the 2.4-mile swim in a whopping 1:00:53, coming out of the water third in her division (those childhood years of competitive swimming paid off). She finished the windy 112-mile bike course in 5:42:11. And then she ran a 4:20 marathon.

Congratulations, Michelle. Punk Rock Racing is proud of you, and we think you deserve a Hawaii vacation.

Michelle2.jpg