Grace Norman

Grace Norman is a 2x Paralympic Triathlon Medalist and World Champion who is dominating the international field and shattering professional barriers for women. Grace was the first amputee in Ohio state history to compete and podium at the high school track & field state championships (against able-bodied athletes). Since, Grace has worked to positively impact awareness and opportunity for athletes of all abilities, while actively supporting gender equality in the workforce. At the 2016 Rio Paralympics, Grace won a gold medal in triathlon, and the next day, won a bronze medal in Track & Field (400-meters). She added a Paralympic silver medal during the Tokyo Games, and captured the 2022 World Title following an undefeated season. Currently training for the Paris Paralympic Games, Grace has demonstrated that she will be the one to beat in 2023 and 2024. Grace earned a nursing degree from Cedarville University in Ohio.

Exposure & Messaging
Race Results
  • 2022 World Champion – undefeated season
  • 3x Paralympic Medalist
  • 2x Paralympian (2016 Rio, 2021 Tokyo)
  • 6x World Paratriathlon Championships Medalist (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
  • 2023 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea 1st
  • 2023 World Triathlon Para Series Montreal 1st
  • 2023 World Triathlon Para Cup Bescanon 1st
  • 2023 Super League Triathlon Arena Games London 1st
  • 2023 Americas Triathlon Para Championships Sarasota 1st
  • 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Grand Final Abu Dhabi 1st
  • 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Montreal 1st
  • 2022 World Triathlon Para Cup A Coruna 1st
  • 2022 World Triathlon Para Cup Besancon 1st
  • 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Yokohama 1st
  • 2022 Americas Triathlon Cup Para Championships Sarasota-Bradenton 1st
  • 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Triathlon Silver Medalist (in 2021)
  • 2021 World Paratriathlon Championships 2nd
  • 2016 Rio Paralympic Gold Medalist, Triathlon
  • 2016 Rio Paralympic Bronze Medalist, Track & Field (400-meters)
  • 1st woman to win a Paralympic gold medal in the sport of paratriathlon
  • 1st female amputee to finish on the podium at an Ohio high school track & field state championship
  • 1st paratriathlete signed by Shimano
  • Youngest triathlete (18yrs) in the Rio Paralympic Games - her Gold Medal performance earned an ESPY nomination for Best Female Athlete with a Disability
  • Passionate about dissolving barriers for para sport athletes by encouraging big goals, and using her platform to expand professional opportunities for women


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