Nancy Dickinson was born in Southern California and also lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico which were perfect for Meccas for a health-based, outdoor enthusiast. A passion for athletic competition in both high school and college (swimming, cycling) hasn’t faded for her since moving to Las Vegas. As now being a fitness trainer is a wonderful extension of her first
true love in life: movement. Then her real purpose and motivation on this earth arrived in 2007…her 5 yr old son, Luke.
She has been training people to live fit and to a higher standard for 13 yrs and have recently had great success sharing her love of endurance training (swim, bike, run) on both a recreational and triathlon race level. She is a nationally ranked half Iron Man distance triathlete and recently qualified for 2015 Kona Ironman World Championship, placed in top 5 percent of age group for 2012 70.3 Ironman World Championship, ran a 3:20 in 2012 Boston Marathon, and placed 6th of 46 in the International Triathlon Union 2011 World Championship. She currently holds a USATriathlon ranking of top 5 percent in her age group in the nation, just to name a few benchmarks. Though MANY MORE ARE TO COME MOSTLY THROUGH THE MEANS OF TAKING OTHERS ON SAME INCREDIBLE JOURNEY!!!
A large portion of her business is dedicated to rehabilitation in the form of PNF stretching for people whether they are athletes, seniors, hard working parents or any individual in need. Her professional certifications include AFAA (Aerobics Fitness Association of America) personal training certification, Arthritis Foundation water rehabilitation certification, Red Cross CPR, First Aid,Lifeguard Training Certifications, AFAA nutrition and Pre-natal fitness certifications, and she is currently working on obtaining her USAT (USA Triathlon) coaching level 1 certification along with going back to school for a deeper understanding of Kinesiology and exercise physiology. Balancing family life with her career and her own endurance training is nothing other than chaos and utter joy. Fitness has held all the pieces together. She longs to share that gift with as many people as she possibly can, for the rest of her days.
To balance another season of family, coaching, and endurance training for an end result of a successful business and professional Tri competition.
To extend her career as a fitness trainer/triathlon coach with ‘Functional Movement’ and advanced performance based work; then continue to provide the most advanced and well rounded care program for all ages, abilities, demographics.
To ALWAYS be an elite parent and strive to be an elite swimmer, cyclist, and runner. Then share the joy with clients and friends!
I have humbly enjoyed the following race triumphs and learning experiences. I would LOVE your company on more of these adventures!
Best recorded times:
Kona Qualifier Ironman Texas 2015 10:49
2011 ITU Triathlon World Championships long distance course hilly bike 75 miles 4:12
Half distance 56 mi bike- 2:38 min at Halfmax Championship Triathlon 2010
Half distance 13 mi run- 1:35 min at Boise 70.3 Ironman 2012
Rockin Rabbit Half Marathon April 2013
Half distance 1.2 mi swim- 31 min at Silverman Triathlon 2009
Sprint Triathlon, Las Vegas Triathlon 2102, 1:07
Boston Marathon 2012 3:26
Olympic Distance Triathlon 2:16 SG Tri 2012
2013/2014 number one in Nevada USAT age group ranking
2012/2013/2014 ‘All American’ USATriathlon award
2012 top 5 percent USAT age group national ranking
USATriathlon All American ‘Honorable Mention’ 2009 2010 2011
USATriathlon ‘Pace Ranking’ 124 of 206 for 2011
Second place overall Female Rage half distance triathlon 2015
Second world championship 70.3 world championship qualification at Silverman 70.3 2014
1st place overall female win PUMPKINMAN TRIATHLON, sprint distance 2014
1st place overall female win LAS VEGAS TRIATHLON 2014, Olympic distance.
2nd place age group finish women’s 30-34 yr old VINEMAN FULL TRIATHLON July 2014
Third place overall finisher half ironman distance Rage 2014
1st place Overall Winner Half Ironman Distance, Pumpkinman Las Vegas 2013
1st place overall winner Rockin Rabbit half marathon 2013 in 1:29
1st place Age group Olympic distance Rage triathlon 2013
1st place overall finish Pumpkinman Olympic distance triathlon 2012
1st place Overall finish Olympic distance Las Vegas Triathlon 2013
3rd place overall finish, 1st place age group finish, Amica Las Vegas Olympic distance triathlon 2013
2nd place overall finish, 1st place age group finish St George Olympic distance triathlon 2013
10th place out of 211 age group finish at St George 70.3 Ironman 2013
-1st place Overall Finish Las Vegas Triathlon Olympic 2011
-1st place Overall Finish Las Vegas Triathlon Sprint 2012
-3rd place ‘Open Division’ and Overall finisher SG Tri 2012
-1st place Overall Finisher Iron Girl LV 2012
-1st place Age Group Women 30 through 34; 2nd place overall finish Leadman Triathlon March 2012
-1st place Overall Finisher Amica Triathlon Olympic 2011
–June 2012 Ironman 70.3 World Championship Qualifier through Boise 70.3
-Ironman 70.3 World Championship finisher 30 of 120 in age group 30 through 34
-Nov 2011 ITU World Championship finisher, 6th of 46 women age 30 through 34
-Nov 2010 World Championship Qualifier, 11th of 50 women age 30 through 34, Halfmax National Championship Myrtle Beach
-Dec 2011 Rock and Roll Las Vegas Half Marathon 446 overall place finish
-1st place age group women 30 through 34, 3rd place Overall, Rage Triathlon Lake Mead 2010
-10th place age group women age 30 through 34 Honu Half Triathlon Kona, HI 2010
–1st place Overall Women Intermediate Race, Amica Lake Las Vegas Triathlon 2010
2009 and 2010 USA Triathlon Honorable Mention Recognition
2009 USA Triathlon; Nationally ranked 94 for 25 through 29 Women. 90.16949 total points for Season. USAtriathlon.org. Spring USA Triathlon Magazine. Volume 13 Issue 2.
2010 ranked Nationally ranked 152 for 31 through 34 Women
–1st place Overall Women Intermediate Race, Amica Lake Las Vegas Triathlon 2009
-2nd place age group Women 25 through 29, Silverman Half Distance Triathlon 2009 (Halfmax National Championship Qualifier 2010)
Best of the U.S Recognition and invitation to “Best of the US Racing Series” for results from Rage Triathlon 2010
Best of the U.S Recognition and invitation to “Best of the US Racing Series” for results from Rage Triathlon 2011