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Ironman Announces 2013 All World Athletes

  • By Triathlete.com
  • Published Mar 19, 2014
  • Updated Mar 19, 2014 at 3:39 PM UTC
Athletes compete at the 2013 Ironman World Championship. Photo: Kurt Hoy

For the first time, Ironman has announced a group of amateur triathletes who have earned the designation of an “All World Athlete” Champion for their age-group categories. These athletes earned ranking points throughout the 2013 season by competing in various Ironman events. Athletes accumulated points for their top three performances throughout the year.

The 28 overall AWA Champions represented nine different countries with 14 champions hailing from the United States (eight female, six male). Australia had the second-most champions with five (four female, one male), while Canada and Switzerland rounded out the top three with two champions each. The most represented state was New York which was represented by three champions (two female, one male).

Over 14,500 athletes worldwide accrued enough points to earn the designation All World Athlete. The United States led the AWA country standings with 5,758 athletes, followed by Australia (1,818), Canada (902), Germany (783) and the United Kingdom (592).

Globally launched in 2013, the Age Group Rankings program offers age-group athletes a way to earn points based on their race finishes and to measure their race performances against their fellow competitors regionally, as well as from around the world, in one cumulative system.

Complete results and more information about the program are available at Ironman.com/Ranking.

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Below are the winners in each respective division:

AG

Name

Country

City/Region

State

FEMALE

F18-24

Carolina Dementiev

Panama

Panama

Intl State

F25-29

Alyssa Godesky

U.S.

Baltimore

MD

F30-34

Sonja Wieck

U.S.

Greenwood Village

CO

F35-39

Valentina Kislukhina

Russian Federation

Moscow

Intl State

F40-44

Karen Ponette-Maldonado

U.S.

The Woodlands

TX

F45-49

Sue Aquila

U.S.

Bloomington

IN

F50-54

Mary Mitchell

Australia

North Adelaide

SA

F55-59

Nancy Cullen

Australia

South Australia

SA

F60-64

Beryl Wilson

Australia

Camden Head

Intl State

F65-69

Karla Mckinlay

Australia

Shepparton

Intl State

F70-74

Cheryl Woodworth

U.S.

Pewaukee

WI

F75-79

Harriet Anderson

U.S.

San Carlos

CA

F80+

Madonna Buder

U.S.

Spokane

WA

PC

Kristina Ament

U.S. Alexandria VA

 

AG

Name

Country

City/Region

State

MALE

M18-24

Tim Russell

U.S.

Saratoga Springs

NY

M25-29

Samuel Murphy

New Zealand

Barrington

Intl State

M30-34

Simon Schober

Switzerland

Zurich

Intl State

M35-39

Ivan O Gorman

U.S.

Boulder

CO

M40-44

Olaf Kasten

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Intl State

M45-49

Keish Doi

U.S.

Kailua-Kona

HI

M50-54

Sten Orsvärn

Sweden

Skarpnäck

Intl State

M55-59

John Hill

Australia

Tamarama

Intl State

M60-64

Richard Tout

Canada

Kincardine

ON

M65-69

Hermann Hefti

Switzerland

Schoenenberg

Intl State

M70-74

Milos Kostic

Canada

Regina

SK

M75-79

John Weber

U.S.

New York

NY

M80+

Lew Hollander

U.S.

Redmond

OR

PC

Ricky James

U.S.

Oceanside

CA

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