Who is
camilla pedersen?

Passion, motivation and endurance are three things triathlete Camilla Pedersen possesses!

“A dream today, can be your goal tomorrow!”

A big part of triathlon is having a strong psyche if you want to get to the top – and Pedersen has exactly that! Within the last few years, she has achieved top rankings in almost every race she has participated in. She also became the first Danish female triathlete to clock in under the magical 9-hour mark in an Ironman event.

The athlete from Esbjerg, Denmark has always taken part in the world of sports; she has a former career on the Danish hockey national team and a great interest in wakeboarding.

After recovering from a serious injury in 2013, Camilla came back in 2014 to prove that she is a fighter in the word’s most pure meaning. As she puts it: “Winners never quit, quitters never win”. Throughout the 2014 season she really put action behind those words, as she won her first 70.3 race in Fuerteventura and in August won the Triathlon World Championship in Weihai, China.

Camilla’s comeback proves that she has an amazing drive and passion, and is a natural triathlon talent.

1st Place Garmin Challenge Herning, ETU, European Championship
1st Place Chia Laguna Triathlon
3rd Place Ironman Cozumel
11th Place VM Ironman Kona
2nd Place Ironman 70.3 Monterrey
1st Place: European Ironman 70.3 Championship Wiesbaden
2nd Place: ITU Motala World Championship
1st Place: Ironman 70.3 Kraichgau
1st Place: Ironman 70.3 Barcelona
8th VM Ironman Kona
1st Place: World Long Distance Championships
1st Place: KMD Challenge Aarhus
1st Place: Ironman 70.3 Pescara
1st Place: Ironman 70.3 Barcelona
1st Place: Challenge Fuerte Ventura 1/2 Ironman
1st Place: European 70.3 Ironman Championship
1st Place: European Ironman Championship
1st Place: Danish Ironman Championship
1st place: Challenge Barcelona
1st Place: KMD Challenge Aarhus
1st Place: KMD Challenge Copenhagen
1st Place: Danish 1/2 Ironman Championship
2nd Place: World Long Distance Championships
1st Place: European Long Distance Championship