Amy Dixon USA

Blind Athlete, Speaker and Patient Advocate

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Hire Amy to Speak

Amy is an accomplished speaker for a variety of companies and non-profit organizations.  She has extensive experience doing PR and as a spokesperson on live television, radio and writing blogs for the companies she works with in medical technology, pharmaceuticals and as a motivational speaker.

Patient Advocate

Amy is the Vice President of Glaucoma Eyes International Organization.  She serves as a coach and mentor to many visually impaired athletes, eye disease and autoimmune disease patients, helping them live lives beyond their disability and disease through her vast resources and expertise.

Para-triathlete

Amy is the current ITU Aquathlon World Champion and ranked 5th in the world for Visually impaired female triathletes.  She was a 2016 USA National Team Member and a is a current 2020 Paralympic Hopeful. Amy is also founder of Camp No Sight No Limits, the first ever camp for blind triathletes in the USA.

Welcome to My Journey!

Find out the latest news on my adventures with my guide dog, Woodstock, as we travel the world competing in triathlons and spreading awareness about Uveitis, Glaucoma, and disease prevention and treatment. Find out more information about my amazing sponsors, and the inspiring people I train and race with, as I work my way towards the Paralympics.  Also find out how you can book me and my wonderful guide dog at your next event to inspire you to live a fuller life.  Learn how we as humans can adapt to meet any challenges we face, physically, professionally and personally.

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You don’t need to have sight to have vision.

Amy Dixon

 Recent Posts & News

Learn about my adventures and follow me along the way!

Blog
May 12, 2018

The Reason I am ‘able’ as a Blind woman- Mom.

Life’s little Instruction booklet:  #347   Growing up my mom had this tiny little coffee table book called “Life’s little instruction book”.  It has about 500 different ‘rules to live by’ and my personal favorite since I was a kid, and my lifelong lucky number was 347.  #347 means a lot to me this week as I got a card from my dear friend and triathlon guide Kirsten.  Kirsten is an incredible woman with an even more incredible family.  She’s one of 6 kids and her father is the person who has been the center of her universe since she…
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April 22, 2018

The Pain You don’t See on Facebook

The Pain you don’t see   Every day on social media you see the best of us.  You see our vacations, our triumphs, our workout sessions, our happy family moments.  But what about the stuff we lock away?  The moments that only our closest friends and family even know about?  It’s time to pull back the curtain for a peek. I am honored and blessed to be able to compete as a Paralympic hopeful for the United States Paratriathlon National Team.  Every day I work my ass off, spending hour upon hour training, eating, recovering and responding to hundreds of…
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March 30, 2018

Adversity is my Super Power

  Our Bronze Medal I’m sure I’ve never been more nervous or felt more pressure going into a race.  2017 was a challenging year of disappointing race results and no Team USA funding to race in the US or internationally.  I managed to have a great spokesperson agreement that paid for most of mine and my guides’ training and travel, but that would run out in September, and I was on my own to put up the results needed to qualify to receive any team financial assistance and to qualify for World Championships in Rotterdam. Last year I needed to…