All Posts By

Amy Dixon

Blind Chick Traincation UK Edition

By | Blog | One Comment

  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…

Read More

Golden Therapy in Mexico

By | Blog, Front Page | No Comments

Some Like it Hot- Mexico delivers The text went something like this.  “Hey Christy, I’m looking for a fast guide for Aquathlon World Championships on 9/17.  Interested?”  Within seconds, “Yes!  Is it a sprint?  How will I ever fill Susanne’s shoes?  What’s your Run pace?  Yikes!”  And with that, our adventure began.  Two and a half weeks later, we met at Cancun airport, ready to tackle our first time together as guide and athlete, and our first career Aquathlon (Run, swim, Run race). Missing out on Rio selection is hard to describe adequately in words.  Suffice to say that it…

Read More

Guiding at the Pinnacle of Sport

By | Blog | No Comments

I have been blessed this year to have former ITU pro, Ironman Kona Masters Champion, and USA Triathlon Master’s Athlete of the Year Susanne Davis, a mom of two and a wife, be my race guide.  We have traveled the country together for camps, races, training sessions and media obligations.  She put going back to Kona to the World Championships on HOLD for me this year to allow me to qualify and go to the Rio Paralympic Games.  Next year she will be back on her training plan for Kona, and with her husband’s new job, less likely to be…

Read More