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Amanda Wendorff is a USA Triathlon Level I Certified Coach and professional triathlete. Amanda coaches triathletes, runners, and swimmers of all ages and abilities, both privately and through group programs.
Amanda’s first foray into triathlon was as a part of the Well-Fit 70.3 Steelhead Training Group in 2010. She immediately fell in love with the sport and progressed rapidly as an athlete. In 2015, Amanda finished 3rd in her age group at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, and in 2014, she was an Ironman 70.3 Age Group World Champion and the first overall amateur finisher at Ironman Arizona. Prior to finding triathlon, Amanda was a life-long runner and swimmer. She was a national-level middle distance runner, competed in track and field at the NCAA Division I level, as well as a high school All-American swimmer. Amanda also has experience guiding athletes in each of these disciplines, having formerly coached high school track and cross country and age-group swimming