Jillian Elliott

Gig Harbor, WA
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Jillian is a professional triathlete who has competed at races around the world. She specialized in non-drafting Olympic distance races, specifically the Lifetime Fitness Series and 5150 series which qualified her for the prestigious Hy-Vee Triathlon from 2011-2014.

 

Jillian graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Nutrition and Fitness and is now an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer. She continues to race as a Guide for Elizabeth Baker on the USAT Para National Team.

Monthly fee: $200
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Athletic Highlights
  • Team USA Paralympian for Tokyo Guiding Elizabeth Baker in Paratriathon 2021

  • 2nd 2019 Place Tacoma City Marathon: 3:16.09 (Qualifying for Boston 2020) 

  • 4th Place Rio ParaTriathlon as a Team USA Guide for Elizabeth Baker at Paralympic, Rio 2016

  • 1st Place 2008 Mazatlan PATCO Triathlon Pan American Championships

  • 17th 2008 Richards Bay BG Triathlon World Cup

  • 4th 2008 Place San Francisco ITU Triathlon Premium Pan American Cup

  • 6th Place 2009 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup

  • 6th Place 2009 Tuscaloosa ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup (3 months after broken collar bone)

  • 26th 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon- ITU World Championship Series Sydney

  • 15th 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon- ITU World Championship Series Seoul

  • 17th 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon- ITU World Championship Series London

  • 3rd 2010 Puerto Vallarta PATCO Triathlon Pan American Championship

  • 20th 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon- ITU World Championship Series Sydney

  • 7th 2011 Ishigaki ITU World Cup

  • 2nd Place 2012 La Paz PATCO Triathlon Pan American Championships

  • Ranked in the top 50 in the World 2009-20012, Helped the USA Women get the 3rd spot for London 2012 Team

  • Missouri State High School Champion Cross Country (00’), 3200m (01’), and 1600m (01’)

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