Siri Lindley

My goal is to understand each athlete and find the perfect recipe for bringing out the very best in them, and training them to achieve their every dream in this sport. Their dreams become my dreams. I make sure that we leave no stone unturned! We are all about mind, body, spirit and having it all come together in our pursuit of excellence.

Siri Lindley was no stranger to winning as an athlete – now she’s become one of IRONMAN’s premier coaches…

Ironman Life Magazine

Siri Lindley

World Champion Triathlon Coach and Motivational Speaker

Known for her devastating run splits, two-time Triathlon World Champion, Siri Lindley, dominated the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Rankings, winning 13 World Cup races between 2000-2002 and was the 2001 ITU World Champion. Siri won the World Cup Series both years by being the #1 ranked triathlete in the world! Having achieved all of her goals in professional triathlon competition, Siri began coaching in 2003.

Her experience and talents in the sport have shone through with tremendous results, at all distances and with both elite and age group level competitors. Siri is also in demand and highly respected for her motivational speaking engagements.

In 2014 Siri married the love of her life, Rebekah Keat. They live in Boulder, Colorado.

Train with Siri!

Ironman, 70.3 and ITU World Championship Crowns

Ironman & 70.3 World Championship Medals

Olympic Medals

70.3, Half and Iron Distance Podiums

Siri is Proud to List

Ironman World Championship Crowns

  • Mirinda Carfrae, 2010, 2013, 2014
  • Leanda Cave, 2012

70.3 World Championship Crowns

  • Mirinda Carfrae, 2007
  • Leanda Cave, 2012
  • Rodgrigo Acevedo 2009 Age Group World Champion

70.3 World Championship Medals

  • Jodie Swallow, 2014, Silver Medal
  • Leanda Cave, 2010 Silver Medal
  • Marybeth Ellis, 2008, Silver Medal

Ultraman World Championship

  • HIllary Biscays, 2013

ITU Aquathon World Champion

  • Sarah Groff, Cancun, 2007

Military Championships

  • Kathy Rakel, USAF 2010

Brown University Hall of Fame

  • Siri is a graduate of Brown University, class of 1991, and was inducted into their Hall of Fame

World #1 Titles

  • Sam Warriner, New Zealand 2008

World Cup Wins

  • Jill Savege
  • Sam Warriner

Long Distance World Rankings #1

  • Leanda Cave 2011

Numerous 70.3 and Olympic Distance race wins

  • Kate Major
  • Leanda Cave
  • Desiree Ficker
  • Misato Takagi
  • Hayley Peirsol
  • Rodrigo Acevedo
  • Mirinda Carfrae
  • Magali Tisseyre
  • David Kahn
  • Anna Cleave
  • Rebekah Keat
  • Yvonne van Vlerken
  • Michelle Bremer
  • Chris Foster
  • Mauro Cavanha
  • Dede Griesbauer

Olympic Medals

  • Susan Williams, Bronze, Athens 2004
  • Loretta Harrop, Silver, Athens 2004

Olympic Qualifiers

  • Susan Williams, Fiorela D’croz
  • Jill Savege and Lauren Groves, Canada

National Championships

  • Ruby Murilla and Jorge Arias, Colombia 2009
  • Lauren Groves, Canada 2006
  • Jill Savege, Canada 2004
  • Courtney Bennigson 2004

Rev 3 Series Champions

  • Sam Warriner 2010
  • Kate Major 2011

Siri has coached her Age Group Athletes to

  • World Championship Crowns (Rodrigo Acevedo 2009 70.3 World Championships)
  • National Championships
  • World Championship selection
  • Ironman World Championship selection
  • 70.3 Championship selection
  • Major race wins!

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