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|DOB||24 Jan 1983 (age 33)|
Andy came to triathlon in 2013 via the Triathlon England Talent squad. He quickly broke into the UK Sport Lottery Funded Great Britain Paratrithlon Squad and now spends much of the year training full time in Loughborough.
Andy is a through the knee amputee (right leg) having been involved in a motobike accident when he was 16. At the time he was applying to be part of the Army Parachute Regiment and was an excellent cross country runner for Gloucestershire. He spent months in hospital, and his leg was initially saved, but he later had it amputated when he was 22 due to a number of problems with it.
Now as a triathelte, running remains a major strength and he uses a high quality running blade as well as prostetic leg on the bike.
He competed in his first triathlon in April 2014 and by the end of the season achived a gold medal at the Madrid ITU World Paratriathlon Event. In 2015 he won a medal at the Rio Paratriathlon Test Event in the PT2 classification, which will be included in the Rio Paralympic Games in September 2016.
Follow Andy on Twitter: @Bladerunnerandy
Andrew Lewis Latest ITU events...
- 26th May 20162016 Lisbon ETU Triathlon European Championships1st
- 24th Apr 20162016 Penrith ITU World Paratriathlon Event1st
- 15th Sep 20152015 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago9th
- 16th Aug 20152015 Detroit ITU World Paratriathlon Event2nd
- 1st Aug 20152015 Rio de Janeiro ITU World Paratriathlon Event3rd
- 9th Jul 20152015 Geneva ETU Triathlon European Championships4th
- 10th May 20152015 Madrid ITU World Paratriathlon Event3rd
- 1st Mar 20152015 Buffalo City ITU World Paratriathlon Event2nd
- 21st Sep 20142014 Madrid ITU World Paratriathlon Event1st
- 10th Aug 20142014 GBR Paratriathlon National Championships1st
- 5th Jul 20142014 Iseo - Franciacorta ITU World Paratriathlon Event6th
- 31st May 20142014 London ITU World Paratriathlon Event3rd
Andrew Lewis Latest News...
2016Steadman, Patrick, Lewis and Tench all win European gold in Lisbon
2011GE Great Britain Age Group Team wins nine gold medals in Beijing
2011GE Great Britain Age Group team wins nine golds
2011GE Great Britain Age Group team wins seven sprint golds