Ginette Quintus-Bosz proves age is no barrier

PRIZE-WINNING: Sports model Ginette Quintus-Bosz competed at the INBA Global NSW Titles at Rooty Hill RSL recently. Photo: Contributed

PRIZE-WINNING: Sports model Ginette Quintus-Bosz competed at the INBA Global NSW Titles at Rooty Hill RSL recently. Photo: Contributed

Ginette Quintus-Bosz has proven hard work pays off.

The sports model recently competed in the INBA Global NSW Titles at Rooty Hill RSL on the September 10 in the ultra sports model division 60 plus.

Quintus-Bosz was awarded first place, and third in the overall sports model division.

She also qualified for the Australian Titles in Brisbane at the Mercure, where she placed fourth in the masters sports model division 40 plus. Quintus-Bosz encouraged anyone who was interested in the sport to give it a go. “I would say go for it, best the best you can be,” she said.

“You have to work harder, someone who’s 20 years old can put on muscle.

“Just get out there and give it a go.”

She has now qualified for Olympia as part of the Australian Team in Los Vegas from November 9 to 12.

She is currently seeking sponsorship for the trip.

She has been training  for the competition at Plus Fitness in Mittagong for the last two years, and with trainer Lauren Snowden over the last nine months.

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