- Height: 5'5"
- Weight: 128 pounds
- Birthdate: March 4
- Nationality: American
- Hometown: Enid, Oklahoma
- Current Residence: Boulder, Colorado
- Team: Oklahoma Spine Hospital, TYR, Shimano, Blue Competition Cycles, Mizuno, ISM, Powerbar, Ranch Foods Direct, T3 Recovery Products, Nathan, Yurbuds
- Coach: Lance Watson/LifeSport
- Year Turned Pro: 2003
- Career Highlights:
- Kona 1st out of the Water (2011)
- 4th, Ironman World Championship 70.3 (2010)
- Ironman 70.3 Cancun Champion (2010)
- 5150 Memphis in May Champion (2011)
- Ironman 70.3 US Pro Champion (2010)
- Olympic Trials Qualifier (2004, 2008)
- ITU Age-Group World Champion (2002)
- USAT Age-Group National Champion (2001)
Before I was a professional triathlete, I was... a student at OU Medical Center. I received my Medical Degree in May of 2006.
Describe your introduction to triathlon. I grew up in a family of swimmers and in the summers we would dabble in Ironkids races for fun. I remember going to the National Championships at SeaWorld, it was the coolest thing ever! After I turned 14, I was too 'old' for Ironkids, so that was the end of triathlon...until I started medical school. Some triathletes up at the gym saw me swimming and told me I should do a triathlon. I was very resistant to the idea but finally gave in and did a super sprint race (300yd pool swim, 10mi bike, 2mi run) in Bixby, OK and loved it. I was hooked!
Who has influenced your triathlon career the most/and how? My first triathlon coach was Mike Pigg. He had a huge influence on steering me in the right direction and gave me so much great advice. He always said I could learn from all his mistakes, so I wouldn't have to make the same ones. I have definitely made my own mistakes along the way, but he certainly made sure I bypassed a few. He also shared with me his passion for the sport.
Which event do you most look forward to each year and why? The Brookhaven 10K in Oklahoma...it's where I met my husband. Each year we do a race together to celebrate!
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- More Info: http://DrAmandaStevens.com
- Image by: Kurt Hoy
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Tim O’Donnell, Amanda Stevens Earn First Ironman Titles ...Photo: Ironman.com. Americans Tim O’Donnell and Amanda Stevens claimed their first Ironman victories thanks to big leads off of the 112-mile bike ride.
ProFile: Amanda Stevens - Triathlete.comGet to know pro Amanda Stevens. ... Photo: Randy Sadler [Excerpts from this interview appear in the August 2014 issue of Triathlete.]
Building The World’s Best TriathleteAmanda Stevens. Photo: Kurt Hoy; Julie Dibens. Photo: Nils Nilsen; Mirinda Carfrae holds the Ironman World Championship women's marathon course record.
Bell, Stevens Win In Cancun - Triathlete.comAustralia’s Luke Bell got a nice confidence boost heading into his return to the Ironman World championship, while the United States’ Amanda Stevens led the ...
Amateur Drew Scott Posts Top Time At 70.3 Buffalo SpringsIn the women’s race American Amanda Stevens dominated the swim and carried her lead to the finish line, ... Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lubbock, Texas ...
Starykowicz, Frederiksen Repeat At 70.3 Puerto RicoThe United States' Andrew Starykowicz and Denmark's Helle Frederiksen repeated at the Ironman 70.3 San Juan triathlon in Puerto Rico today.
Aussies On Top At 70.3 TimbermanAmanda Stevens (USA) 4:29:07 5. Dede Griesbauer (USA) 4:31:57. Complete results. FILED UNDER: News / Race Coverage TAGS: Ironman 70.3 Timberman / leon ...
Don, Carfrae Win 70.3 Brasilia - Triathlete.comAfter returning to Brasilia last year, the Brazil 70.3 race attracted top triathletes from around the world and speedsters from closer to home.
Weiss, Joyce Victorious At Ironman CozumelAustria's Michael Weiss and Great Britain's Rachel Joyce won today's Ironman Cozumel race thanks to strong all-around performances. ... Dr. Amanda Stevens (USA), ...