In the sport of Triathlon, few names elicit the same reaction as Andy Potts. If you have ever been at a race with him, or have had the opportunity to talk to him, you will know why people regard him as “The Good Guy of Triathlon.” Dedicated father and athlete, Potts has a gained a sizable following over the 20+ years he's been racing at the professional level.

Andy’s career started at the University of Michigan, where he swam for four years and was a 6-time all American while also competing on the Wolverines track team his final year of college. His multifaceted college career served as a springboard for him into the world of triathlon.

“I’ve seen the world through this great sport and had the honor to meet so many wonderful people.  I love sharing my passion and I know that triathlon can change lives because it certainly changed mine!"

In 2003, Andy was the USA Triathlon rookie of the year and in 2004, Andy represented The United States at the Olympics after being a professional triathlete for less than 22 months. Three years later, in 2007, Andy won gold at the Pan-American Games in triathlon, won Ironman 70.3 Worlds, and was USAT’s Triathlete of the Year, an award he would win again in 2008.  Since then he has raced every distance and found the top of the podium no matter the distance.