Caleb Prewitt is the youngest person with Down syndrome to complete an Olympic distance triathlon and lives out a #NoLimits life. He lives in Florida with his parents and attends the North Florida School of Special Education. He’s one of four children, and a proud uncle of four.
Caleb got involved with Special Olympics at a young age (3) and discovered a love of sports. He’s participated in numerous sports since that time, but his favorite is the Triathlon.
He completed his first full-sprint triathlon in June 2021 at age 14 and is considered to be the youngest person with Down syndrome in the world to have done so.
He is also considered to be the youngest person with Down syndrome to complete an Olympic-distance triathlon, just recently in August 2023.
At this time, he’s completed 25 total triathlons/1 duathlon/2 aquathlons, and many road races, including the River Run 15K. He was the youngest member of the Team Florida Tri team for USA Games in 2022.
Among his other accomplishments, he’s the first person with Down syndrome to become an Ambassador for USA Triathlon Foundation, Newton Running Shoes, and Team Zoot (national triathlon team). He’s also a member of the National Down Syndrome Society’s Athlete Ambassador team. He was the first person with Ds to compete at USA Triathlon’s Nationals (2022) and their Multisport Fest (2023).