\nJust last month para-athlete Amy Dixon and her teammate Kirsten Sass made a huge stride toward their goal of reaching the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Amy is a visually impaired professional triathlete on the USA Paratriathlon National Team and is now also a US Paralympic Cycling National Champion after she and Kirsten won the time trial in Augusta, Georgia. Hear what she had to say about the day. \n"We raced the US Paralympic Cycling National Championships and won, beating all but one of the men in the time trial. We both used PR Lotion before our race, and it's the first time during a TT that my quads, glutes, and hamstrings didn't hurt at all. No lactic acid screaming at me for 30 kilometers, and I was able to execute my best watts this year since coming back from surgery in the off-season. Thank you for helping make it possible."\nFollow along with Amy and her road to Tokyo 2020 on Facebook.