By USA Triathlon
USA Triathlon honored four accomplished multisport athletes on Saturday evening at the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, presented by Rudy Project, held at Cheyenne Mountain Resort as part of the USA Triathlon Race Director Symposium weekend.
Former ITU star and world-ranked No. 1 Siri Lindley, IRONMAN champion Ken Glah, and national and world champion age-groupers Harriet Anderson and Roger Brockenbrough were joined by nearly 250 friends, family members and fans of triathlon at the annual event.
“The Hall of Fame induction is a celebration of excellence, and these four people epitomize that celebration,” said Jon Gray Noll, the Chair of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame Committee and Class of 2008 inductee. “They are tremendous athletes whose abilities should be recognized, but it should be noted that they’re even better people. We’re proud to have them officially welcomed into the Hall of Fame this evening.”
See the press release by Rudy Project about Siri’s Hall of Fame Induction.