Beata Wronska is a multisport athlete. She was born and grew up in Poland where she played professionally table tennis and studied Physical Education and Molecular Biology. After moving to the United States, getting married and settling in Florida, she still continued with the sport and made to the top 15 Olympic eligible women. Her passion for nature, outdoors and adventure however steered her to try something new and she got involved in local off-road racing. The incredible journey began with first Off Road Triathlons and soon after her first Mountain Bike Race, which both took place in Miami and both were such an amazing experience that she could not look back. Since than Beata qualified for the XTERRA World Championships in Maui, Hawaii and placed there consecutively 9th, 8th and 7th. This was the most difficult and challenging races she ever faced. She also placed 4th in ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships where she fell in love even more with the sport and made a lot of lifelong friends. After over eight years of putting priority on Off Road Triathlon she decided to focus more on mountain biking, her biggest passion and very quickly she achieved great success.
Beata holds now: two Sea Otter Classic wins and numerous victories in endurance races ranging from 6, 9 and 12 hours.
She also now is a four-time National Champion in three different disciplines. USAT Off Road Triathlon, 2x Marathon Mountain Bike National Champion, and most recently XCO National Champion.
Also, Beata just won a bronze medal in Mountain Bike Masters World Championships that took place in Vallnord Andorra, being only 20 seconds back from last year World Champion, 3x Italian National Champion and this year European National Champion. She loved to compete on such a big stage so much that she is focused and determined now to look even further and will continue to strive for the rainbow jersey.