Thursday, March 13, 2008



Yep, "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman." From his persistence in his career choices and his accomplishments as an athlete, Andy Baldwin is an inspiration to all.

Andy Baldwin, 31 years old, is a U.S. Navy Lieutenant and is an undersea medical officer for a special operations dive unit stationed in Pearl Harbor. Andy has won humanitarian awards from Triathlete and Competitor Magazine for his participation on a military mission in Laos, where he treated over 600 Laotians in remote mountain villages.Andy is an accomplished triathlete, competing in a number of events worldwide.

BIO: Andy developed a strong drive for success at an early age; he worked three jobs in his hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania to pay for college expenses. After receiving a full ROTC scholarship to Duke University, Andy chose to attend the prestigious ivy-league school as a pre-med student, with an emphasis on biology. Andy swam as a varsity athlete throughout his undergraduate career and graduated with honors as a student-athlete in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Andy furthered his education by enrolling in the University of California--San Francisco School of Medicine and began a surgical internship at the naval hospital of San Diego.

Andy's move westward started his athletic passion for cycling. Since he had swam competitively and ran marathons in college, Andy's past experiences allowed him to excel in triathlon, which he first competed in during 2000. Andy has since competed internationally in many Ironman, Half-Ironman, and other triathlon distances, nearly always finishing in the top 5 of his age group.

  • Height: 6'
  • Weight: 180 lbs
  • Hair: Blonde
  • Eyes: Green


Renee said...


You are such a remarkable human being! You posses the ability that most only dream of, the ability to touch and impact the lives of people, to leave a lifetime legacy that is forever sealed in their minds, and in their hearts. You my friend are truly what dreams are made of.

-Renee Betts