Danielle Kehoe is a three-time Age Group World Champion, and was named Athlete of the Year by USA Triathlon for 2012. Kehoe is the 2012 Ironman 70.3 Overall Amateur World Champion, and placed 15th out of the professional women. She was also the 2012 Age Group World Champion (25-29) at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. She took 2nd out of the entire female amateur field and 18th out of the entire women’s field including professionals.
In 2012, Danielle was undefeated in her age group and was the first amateur in every race with the exception of two races. In 2011, Danielle was the only female in the world to compete in and finish all three World Championships: Ironman, Ironman 70.3, and Xterra. She also had the fastest combined female overall time for both Ironman and Xterra World Championships (Hawaiian Double).
In 2011, Kehoe was the Age Group World Champion (20-24) for Xterra and took bronze in her age group at the 70.3 World Championship. She qualified for the Ironman World Championship in her first ever Ironman where she was 2nd amateur overall and first in her age group. She took first place in seven different events ranging from sprint triathlons to Ironman and Xterra events, mountain biking, and even adventure racing.