Jamie was born missing his fibula on his right leg and three fingers on his right hand due to a congenital birth defect. His parents decided to amputate his leg to give him the best chance at living a normal and active life just like other young boys.
Just two weeks after his surgery he was fit for his first prosthetic, and from that moment he was involved in as many sports and athletic events as possible. He excelled at baseball and earned a college scholarship at Chapman University and played in the College Baseball World Series. After Jamie was introduced to CAF, he attended the San Diego Triathlon Challenge and fell in love with the sport of triathlon.
Since starting his career in paratriathlon in 2010, Jamie has quickly risen to the top earning the National Title twice along and in 2014, Jamie finished ITU World Championships as the fastest leg amputee.
To date, Jamie has had seven podiums and five gold medals. Most recently Jamie took gold at the 2017 Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Series as well as the 2017 Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships.
- 3rd place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Rotterdam;
- Winner of the 2017 Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Series;
- Winner of the 2017 Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships;
- 10th place at the 2016 Rotterdam ITU Paratriathlon World Championships; and
- 9th place at the 2016 Besançon ITU World Paratriathlon Event.
Latest Athlete Results
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Athlete Fact Sheet
|Para triathlon Class||PTS4|
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|Year of Birth||1979|