Hillary Biscay is the most prolific iron-distance competitor on the professional women’s racing circuit. In 2011, she crossed her 50th Ironman finish line at Ironman Louisville. In 2006, Hillary set a standard in Ironman racing by becoming the first person to record six top-five Ironman finishes in one season. Hillary set another precedent in 2008 by winning her first ironman title at Ironman Wisconsin in a unique fashion: this was her eighth iron-distance race of the year, just one week after she placed fourth at Ironman Louisville.
“You see, Siri, runs an in-person professional triathlon training-squad situation based out of Santa Monica; and as I learned while in Sutto’s squad, being coached in-person like this really does mean saying goodbye to one’s own schedule, etc.
This was an unanticipated twist to our summer and career plans, but a very, very much-needed and welcome one! We did not come to LA intending to change our whole coaching structure, but since we were fortunate enough to do some swimming with Siri’s squad for our first couple weeks here, we were able to see first-hand how her program works; and we quickly realized that the squad environment and Siri’s level of dedication to her athletes were things from which we could really benefit.”