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Sonja named “All World Athlete”

She's Ironman's age group champion

For the first time in its history, Ironman has announced the “All World Athlete” age group Champions for the 2013 season -- and it’s no surprise that Punk Rock Racing's own Sonja Wieck has taken top honors in the F30-34 category.

With over 14,500 triathletes vying for those top amateur spots, just placing in the top 10is a major accomplishment. But to see her hard work, sacrifice and race day execution translate into podium gold speaks volumes to Sonja’s character.

Sonja kicked off 2013 by taking the top female amateur spot at Ironman Brazil, and she finished the year by setting the amateur female course record at Ironman Arizona. In between these two impressive performances she managed to finish at, or near, the top at Boulder (70.3), Las Vegas (70.3 World Championships) and went sub-10 hours in Kona (Ironman 140.6 World Championships).

Sonja is training in Australia right and will return to the United States next week to start her 2014 race season at Ironman Oceanside 70.3 in Southern California.

Punk Rock Racing can’t wait to see what Sonja has in store for 2014.

sonja2014sm.jpg

Sonja named “All World Athlete”

She's Ironman's age group champion

For the first time in its history, Ironman has announced the “All World Athlete” age group Champions for the 2013 season -- and it’s no surprise that Punk Rock Racing's own Sonja Wieck has taken top honors in the F30-34 category.

With over 14,500 triathletes vying for those top amateur spots, just placing in the top 10is a major accomplishment. But to see her hard work, sacrifice and race day execution translate into podium gold speaks volumes to Sonja’s character.

Sonja kicked off 2013 by taking the top female amateur spot at Ironman Brazil, and she finished the year by setting the amateur female course record at Ironman Arizona. In between these two impressive performances she managed to finish at, or near, the top at Boulder (70.3), Las Vegas (70.3 World Championships) and went sub-10 hours in Kona (Ironman 140.6 World Championships).

Sonja is training in Australia right and will return to the United States next week to start her 2014 race season at Ironman Oceanside 70.3 in Southern California.

Punk Rock Racing can’t wait to see what Sonja has in store for 2014.

sonja2014sm.jpg