Heather Jackson shifted her athletic focus from ice hockey to the sport of triathlon in 2007.  Raised in a blue-collar, hard-working family, Jackson is a tough competitor with no patience for excuses.  In her first full season as an 18-24 year old amateur triathlete, Jackson qualified for and won the Ironman World Championships in Kona in her age group.  She turned pro at the end of 2009 and through hard work and her aggressive racing style, Jackson has caught the eye of the media and gained an impressive fan base that is addicted to her positive outlook and infectious smile.  At just 30 years of age, the sky is the limit for this young and exciting phenom.

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