Team INFINIT Performance

Upcoming Races

06/12/2022 Trinona
06/26/2022 Ironman 70.3 Steelhead

Past Races

05/07/2022 La Crosse Half Marathon 13/48 AG
09/18/2021 Mini Donut Half Marathon 21/22 AG
09/12/2021 Ironman Wisconsin
Race Recap
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07/18/2021 2021 Door County Half Iron 3/13 AG
06/05/2021 Big Swell Swim Madison - Lake Monona 8/12 AG
05/01/2021 Bridge2Bridge 26/26 AG
09/14/2019 Mini Donut Half Marathon 11/28 AG
08/03/2019 Ironman 70.3 Boulder 95/193 AG
06/22/2019 Wisconsin Triterium 12/18 AG
09/15/2018 Mini Donut Half Marathon 8/20 AG
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Andrew Fiegen

Holmen, Wisconsin

Main FocusTriathlon
Off-Day ActivityCamping, home projects, videogames

Until a little over three years ago I would never have envisioned I'd be doing the endurance races I do now. I was a relative couch potato who had staved off poor health and weight gain primarily due to youth and lucky genetics. A friend invited me to come spectate/sherpa Racine 70.3. I joined not knowing what Ironman even was. When they filled me in on the road trip to Racine I was blown away. I didn't even know endurance events like this existed or were even possible. Spectating the race was more fun than I would have ever imagined. The finish line experience was so captivating that I knew immediately that I wanted to experience it from the athlete’s perspective. But I was scared and didn’t own any equipment. I started out running and ran my first half marathon that fall and my first marathon in the spring. It was then that I felt ready to face my fear sign up for a triathlon. I signed up for Wisconsin 70.3 before I even owned a bike. Plus I hadn’t swam in over 15 years. Despite my lack of experience I completed my first triathlon in 2018 at Wisconsin 70.3. Without my friend’s help and support that never would have been possible. I was hooked and raced Boulder 70.3 this last year and am now working up the guts to sign up for a full Ironman. In a span of three years triathlon has gone from something I knew nothing about to something I can’t go an hour without thinking about. It has allowed me the opportunity to show myself and others what I am capable of if I put my mind to something and I can't imagine my life without it.