Hire Amy to Speak

Amy speaks on television and radio and at extensive seminars around the world on all subjects pertaining to the world of triumph over adversity, leadership, team work, rare disease management, patient advocacy, and how to achieve a full life despite devastating setbacks.

Patient Advocate

Amy lost 98% of her sight due to a rare eye disease, and now travels the world with her guide dog, Woodstock, by her side, raising awareness for the school that trained him, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, and speaking to groups about her passion for empowering patients to educate themselves in the face of illness and disease.

Para-triathlete

Amy is now an elite Para-triathlete competing on the world ITU Paratriathlon circuit on the USA Paratriathlon National Team, training and racing for the upcoming Paralympic Games as a visually impaired triathlete. She is ranked 5th in the world for the sport of triathlon and is the Aquathlon World Champion.

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 Glaucoma and rare eye 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!

In The PressNewsVideos
February 2, 2017

NBC San Diego Covers Camp No Sight No Limits

WATCH THE NBC STORY HERE!

Blog
December 16, 2016

Blind Chick Traincation UK Edition

  Blind Chicks Traincation 2016 UK Edition   What do triathletes do in the ‘off season’ you might ask. Some might take a vacation to a non-sporty island or throw in a ski trip or hop on a plane to see family they’ve missed throughout the year. When that’s over, we focus on building up our weaknesses as athletes, and for me, that’s my brain, my swim, and my strength. So, once I got some good strength training sessions in at home, and a good chat with my sports psychologist, I booked my flight to London to go visit my…

In The PressNews
October 4, 2016

Greenwich Times Article post Rio Selection

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