Siri Lindley

Siri Lindley

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:26 May,1969
:50 years, 3 months
:Greenwich, Connecticut, United States

About Siri Lindley

Siri Lindley (born May 26, 1969) is an American triathlon coach and former professional triathlete. 


She is the 2001 ITU Triathlon World Champion as well as the winner of the 2001 and 2002 ITU Triathlon World Cup series and 2001 ITU Aquathlon World Championships. She has coached a number of Olympic and Ironman athletes and champions, including Mirinda Carfrae, Leanda Cave, Sarah True, and Susan Williams. In 2014 she was selected to be a member of the inaugural International Triathlon Union (ITU) Hall of Fame class.


By 2000 she was focusing on qualifying for the 2000 Summer Olympics, the year the triathlon was making its first appearance in the Olympic program.

Lindley has also worked as a television sports analyst covering triathlon and field hockey events for NBC during the 2004 Summer Olympics. She has reported on NCAA Field Hockey, the NCAA Final Four, and the Big 10 Tournament for NBC, CSTV, and TVNZ

World Cup:

In 1996 she began competing in ITU World Cup races and was consistently producing top-10 finishes in 1999 under coach Jack Ralston.

In 2001, she won six consecutive ITU World Cup races

The next year, in 2002, she maintained her number 1 ranking while repeating as the winner of the World Cup series.

She credits much of her success in 2001 and 2002, when she won 11 World Cup races

Siri Lindley Achievements


2014 International Triathlon Union Hall of Fame

2007 Brown Athletic Hall of Fame

2001 Female Duathlete of the Year

2001 Triathlon Magazine's Triathlete of the Year