Sarah Groff is an athlete competing in the triathlon at the 2012 London Summer Olympics for the USA.

Sarah Groff earned her spot on Team USA for the 2012 Olympic Games with a seventh-place finish at the Olympic test event in London. The top nine finishers qualified for the London Olympics. The 29-year-old triathlete finished the 2011 season ranked third overall in the World Championship Series — the best finish by an American in the series' three-year history.

In her first ITU World Cup in 2005, Groff finished 18th. She made steady progress and by 2008 was ranked fourth overall in World Cup standings. But in March 2010, she broke her sacrum in a bike crash. She still trained and raced but felt "completely defeated" by September 2010. Later that year, in November, she re-fractured the bone. When training resumed, Groff could hardly walk but she was competing by early March 2011.

Groff competed in cross country and swimming in high school at Cooperstown High School and Deerfield Academy. After spending a year in Valencia, Spain, Groff attended Middlebury College where she was a member of the swim team, competing in middle distance and distance freestyle events.

Groff's brother, Adam, has both an M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from Wharton while sister, Lauren, is a well-regarded novelist. Her critically acclaimed first book, The Monsters of Templeton, was released in 2008 and made the New York Times bestseller list.




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Age: 35 years old
Birthday: November 27, 1981
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 137 lbs.
Birthplace: Hanover, NH
Hometown: Cooperstown, NY
Current Residence: Hanover, NH


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