Jeff Green | Oct 18, 2007
Feature Article - October 18, 2007 Feature Article - October 18, 2007
Snow Cross ChampionAnother snowcross season is just around the corner, and Sonya Nussberger can't wait for the snow to fall.Nussberger, 22, is the 2006-07 Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA) Sport Women champion, and she will be going in the Pro women class for this upcoming winter.Sonya’s home town is Northbrook and she currently lives in Sydenham, working as an advertising specialist. She has been racing for 2 years.This year she plans to do about 10-12 events in Canada as well as some in the New York area. She plans on trying to make it to Duluth, MN for the huge World Series event at the end of November, which will really test her skills.In the off-season Sonya stays in shape by riding a dirt bike, as well as training 3-4 times a week doing cardio and weights. Her long-term goal is to be the next pro women champion.
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