Amy Dixon is a visually impaired professional triathlete and member of the USA Paratriathlon National Team.
About Amy Dixon
She is the reigning Aquathlon World Champion, 7-time ITU Gold Medalist, current US National Champion triathlete, USA Paracycling Time Trial National Champion, and is ranked 7th in the world in the Paralympic International Rankings.
She resides in San Diego, CA and is on the 2020 USA Paralympic Team competing at the Tokyo Paralympics in Paratriathlon
Amy lost 98% of her vision to a rare autoimmune disease and now serves as a patient advocate and President of the Glaucoma Eyes international non-profit.
In 2017, Amy founded Camp ‘No Sight No Limits’, the first-ever camp dedicated to producing elite level blind triathletes in San Diego. She hopes to discover, inspire and coach the next generation of elite blind athletes as they embody her mantra, “You don’t need sight to have vision”.
For her service to the blind across many countries and borders, Amy has been awarded recognition from the Glaucoma Research Foundation “2020 Visionary Award”, Lions Club International as a “Lion of Sight” and from Senators Joel Blumenthal and Congressman Mike Levin for her continued dedication to improving the lives of those living with low or no vision.