Kloner, unlike most pro athletes in the sport, works full-time and fits racing in around her job as a regional sales director in the medical field. My proudest moment was winning the ITU Duathlon World Championship as an amateur in 2007.
Before turning pro Kloner had a string of great results winning both national and world duathlon titles as well as getting on the podium at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. In that same year I also won both the Long and Short Course National Championships along with a third place finish at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. I may not experience the level of success that I had as an amateur while racing as a pro, but I never want to look back on my life and wonder if I left anything on the table.
I have a full-time career outside of the sport, so I try to pick races that I really want to do.
I usually go for those events that offer a combination of adventure, holiday and new experiences.
The dates she liked didn't write her back, and her own profile attracted crickets (and worse).
Travel and triathlon are probably my two biggest passions and Tri Star Nevis fitted the bill perfectly.
What do you think about the unique distances (1K Swim/100K Bike/10K Run?