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Inspiring Senior Athlete Lands Third World Title in One Year
Date:7/28/2014

Los Angeles, Calif., July 27, 2014 - (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Greta Pontarelli, 63, won her third world title in 12 months by earning the Masters Champion title at the World Pole Sports Championships in London on July 20, proving that age is no obstacle for this athlete. She is the only U.S. competitor to qualify, place and win at the event hosted by the International Pole Sports Federation (IPSF). Over 150 athletes ranging in age from 10 to 63, traveling from 30 countries, took part in the competition. Pontarelli scored first place in the Masters (50+) Division.

Pontarelli came to the 2014 event as the reigning World Masters Champion having won the IPSF 2013 World Masters title last July. This past November, she was named the 2013 World Pole Art Masters Champion at the International Pole Championships (IPC) in Singapore by delivering a captivating performance. Pontarelli has become an inspirational figure not only for aspiring pole artists, but those from all walks of life and has acquired a passionate following. She is currently the oldest international Pole Sport champion in the world. Her goal is to continually challenge herself and hopes to encourage others to exercise, eat wholesome foods and to become masters of their destiny.

Jessa Mendoza, Choreographer/Trainer, Fembody Fitness, Huntington Beach, CA said "Greta trained with me this year and I was impressed by her drive and determination. When she took the stage I witnessed her passion for the sport and her drive to motivate and inspire others. I am very proud of her World Title win in London – she worked hard to earn it. Greta is an extraordinary competitor and a gifted athlete". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OedbkPfv91Y

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