Wendy Ingraham

Pro athlete and Tri-Masters Coach & Mentor

Tri-Masters is very proud to have one of the best in the sport of triathlon on its coaching staff. It is rare that young athletes have the opportunity to learn from and work with premiere athletes the caliber of Wendy Ingraham.

Competing in some of the most grueling competitions known on the planet, Wendy Ingraham epitomizes Beauty vs. The Beast. Wendy Ingraham, a.k.a. Wingnut, is considered one of the top long distance triathletes in the world.

She has placed in the Top 10 in the Hawaii Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 7 of 8 years. She was the first American female to finish at the 1997 Hawaiian Ironman where she broke a 13-year-old course record for women in the swim leg. One year later, she shattered her own swim record again by over a minute. With multiple international wins at Ironman distance, she has now become one of the all-time leaders in Ironman competitions.

Wendy Ingraham’s Ironman accomplishments include:
2001 Ironman Brazil – 1st Place
2000 Hawaii Ironman – 8th Place
1999 Ironman Austria – 1st Place
1998 Lanzarote Ironman – 2nd place
1998 Austria Trimania Endurance Event – 1st place
1998 Lawrence Memorial Triathlon – 1st place
1997 Hawaiian Ironman – 4th place
1997 Argentina Ironman – 1st place
1997 Australia Ironman – 2nd place
1996 Australia Ironman – 2nd place
1995 Australia Ironman – 1st Place