Name: Allan Armstrong
Sport: Paratriathlon
Hometown: Austin, Texas
Current Residence: Colorado Springs, Colo.
High School: Killeen High School (Killeen, Texas)
College: American Military University

Career Highlights
Two-time USA Paratriathlon National Champion (2017, 2018)
2018 ITU Paratriathlon World Cup Magog silver medalist
2018 Sarasota-Bradenton CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships silver medalist
2017 Magog ITU Paratriathlon World Cup gold medalist
2017 Sarasota-Bradenton ITU Paratriathlon World Cup silver medalist
2016 USA Paratriathlon National Championships silver medalist

Elite Triathlon Career

2018: Grabbed a silver medal at the Sarasota-Bradenton CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships on March 10 • Placed 5th at the Eton Dorney ITU Paratriathlon World Cup on May 28 • Successfully defended his national title at the USA Paratriathlon National Championships in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, on June 24 • Earned a silver medal at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup Magog on July 14 • Finished 8th at ITU World Paratriathlon Edmonton on July 27 • Recorded a top-10 finish at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Gold Coast, Australia, on Sept. 15

2017: Won his first national title at the USA Paratriathlon National Championships in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin • Claimed gold at the Magog ITU Paratriathlon World Cup • Took sixth in his first ITU World Paratriathlon Series start in Edmonton • Earned a silver medal at the Sarasota-Bradenton ITU Paratriathlon World Cup

2016: Placed eighth in his first elite ITU paratriathlon race, the Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships • Earned a silver medal at the USA Paratriathlon National Championships in Santa Cruz, California

Personal: Has been an active duty soldier in the U.S. Army since 2003 • Is a father of three girls • Was hit by a truck while on his motorcycle resulting in an amputation of the leg in 2013 • Was introduced to paratriathlon through the Given Limb Foundation, which offered a paratriathlon introduction camp for injured service members and veterans in 2015 • Is a member of the elite U.S. Army's World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) for Olympic and Paralympic-potential athletes • Long-term goals are to be selected for the Tokyo 2020 U.S. Paralympic Team, retire with 20 years of service from the Army and provide a college education to all three of his daughters.