Andrew Starykowicz has competed as a professional triathlete since 2006. In 2012 Andrew was the Ironman Florida and Rev3 South Carolina champion. He never trailed anybody all season starting the run.
The 2011 season included 1st place at Rev3 Cedar Point and Rev3 South Carolina en route to the Rev3 Race Series crown. Andrew holds world record bike splits for the full and half Ironman distances along with course records at nearly every race he’s started. He has been 1st off the bike and finished on the podium at Lifetime Chicago Triathlon, LA triathlon, and Rev3 Quassy.
Andrew earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University in 2004 along the way earning a Big Ten Championship in water polo and achieved All-American honors in swimming and triathlon. He then worked as a structural design engineer for Caterpillar Inc before leaving in 2009 to be a full time professional triathlete.
2000 – All American Swimming
2000 – Eagle Scout
2004 – BSME Purdue University
2004 – Structural Design Engineer, Caterpillar Inc
2006 – Started Racing with the Professionals in Triathlon
2008 – Designed US Patent #07966754
2008 – 1st off the bike at Ironman 70.3 World Championships
2009 – Left Caterpillar Inc to pursue triathlon full time
2009 – 1st pro win – Jarden Westchester Triathlon
2009 – 1st off the bike at Ironman 70.3 World Championships with world record bike split
2011 – Rev3 Series Champion
2012 – Self Published For Swimmers 365 Main Sets
2012 – Ironman bike split world record
2013 – 1st off the bike at Ironman Hawaii
2014 – 10th professional race win at Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico
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