2x World Champ, Tony Robbins Speaker
Siri Lindley is an American triathlon coach and former professional triathlete. She is the 2001 ITU Triathlon World Champion and winner of the 2001 and 2002 ITU Triathlon World Cup series and 2001 ITU Aquathlon World Championships. She has coached Olympic and Ironman athletes and champions, including Mirinda Carfrae, Leanda Cave, Sarah True, and Susan Williams. In 2014, she was selected to the inaugural ITU Hall of Fame class. Lindley is also a public speaker and author. She has reported on NCAA Field Hockey, the NCAA Final Four, and the Big 10 Tournament for NBC, CSTV, and TVNZ. She is the author of Surfacing and co-founder of Believe Ranch and Rescue. Lindley is married to former professional triathlete Rebekah Keat. Awards include 2018 Boulder Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, 2016 USA Triathlon Hall of Fame, 2014 ITU Hall of Fame, 2007 Brown Athletic Hall of Fame, and 2001 Female Duathlete of the Year.