Amanda Leibovitz

Triathlon Coach

Amanda entered the world of triathlon shortly after graduating college, and her love for endurance multisport sport continues to grow exponentially as she works to become more engaged in the community and more competitive out on the course.

Amanda coaches with the Multisport Performance Institute and is a USA Triathlon Level I Coach and USA Cycling Level III Coach. She has successfully coached age group athletes preparing for sprint, standard, half-Ironman, and Ironman distance events, as well as amateur and elite paratriathletes competing in local, national, and international events. Amanda also currently works with Team Semper Fi, WIRED Athletes Network, and the University of North Texas Triathlon Club.

In addition to her experiences as a multisport coach, Amanda is a Certified Consultant (Provisional) with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. In 2015, she launched Threshold Performance Consulting and is committed to providing creative and individualized mental performance coaching to endurance athletes, athletes with physical disabilities, and military athletes. Amanda is thrilled to be partnered with KMF Performance, offering sport psychology services and mental performance coaching to the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth community to help multisport athletes of all abilities reach their full potential.

Recent Accomplishments

  • 2016 Women for Tri Collegiate Scholarship Awardee
  • 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Qualifier
  • 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 Graduate Collegiate National Champion
  • 2015 ITU World Championship Open Sprint – 4th Place F25-29
  • 2015 IRONMAN Muskoka Finisher – 11th Place F25-29
  • USAT Age Group National Championship Qualifier – 2012-2014, 2016
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