Chris Hauth

Chris Hauth is a former Olympic swimmer that quickly joined the ranks of world class triathletes.  In 2006 Chris won the Ironman Coeur D’Alene and went on to be the first American amateur & 4th overall American at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. After 12 years in finance, Chris now exclusively runs his coaching program ‘AIMP’ for athletes throughout the country and around the globe. Not limited to triathletes, Chris has coached Western States top finishers, Ultraman winners and plenty of swimmers towards age group nationals and Olympic Trials. Whether just starting out, or looking to reach the top levels of the age group ranks, Chris has the proven results to work with any athlete.

Some recent results include:

  • Male 45-49 AG World Champion – 2015 – Kona, Hawaii
  • 1st age group, Sub-9 finish (8:59:52) Ironman Texas 2014, The Woodlands, Texas
  • 4th overall, 1st age group Ironman Louisville – August 2012 – Louisville, Kentucky
  • 8th overall, 1st age group, Hawaii 70.3 – 2012 – Kona, Hawaii
  • 8th overall, 1st age group, Santa Cruz Triathlon- 2011 – Santa Cruz, CA
  • 20th overall, 1st age group, Vineman 70.3- 2011 – Sonoma, CA
  • 16th overall, 1st age group, Ironman St. George- 2011 – St. George, UT
  • 27th overall, 1st age group, Oceanside 70.3 – 2011 – Oceanside, CA
  • 6th overall, 1st age group, Hawaii 70.3 – 2009 – Kona, Hawaii
  • 5th overall, Ironman Louisville – August 2008 – Louisville, Kentucky
  • 9th overall, Ironman Florida – November 2007 – 8:39 IM
  • 1st overall Ironman Coeur d’Alene 2006 – Idaho, USA
  • 2nd overall Hawaii 70.3 – 2006 – Kohala Coast, Hawaii
  • 1st overall Honu 70.3 – 2005 – Kohala Coast, Hawaii
  • 1st overall Amateur, Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon 2001-2005
  • 1st overall Amateur, Half Ironman California 2003, 2005
  • 1st overall amateur, Ironman: CDA 2004, Brazil 2003, Canada 2000
  • 1st US age group, 4th overall US, Ironman World Championships 2006
  • 1st US age group, 5th overall US, Ironman World Championships 2003