Rebekah Keat, Australia
This person was not only a winner of a short course World title, numerous World Cup wins, she also coached the 2010 Hawaii Ironman World Champion. Meet the super QUEEN of coaching Siri Lindley. Siri and I have known each other for about 13 years – she entered the sport not long after me and quickly became one of the best in her time!
As soon as I first made contact with Siri, after our first conversation, I realized she was the right person for me. She oozed enthusiasm and I could hear the excitement in her voice which excited me and made my decision very easy!
I have just begun my first camp with the Sirius squad right here in Noosa. What better place to hold a IM training camp – it’s absolute heaven. This leads me to another point that resonates with me and also with Siri’s coaching style – BALANCE!
After being in the sport for almost 15 years, training can become stale and often this means missing out on a lot of luxuries. I’m a big believer that professionals like me that have been in the sport for so long, need to be able to include other enjoyments outside of their monotonous training regimes.
World Record 8h:39 (Second fastest Female in history)
6x Ironman Champion (2007-2011)
2009 Silver Medal Long Course World Championships
OVER 23 Half Iron Distance wins
3x National Australian Triathlon Championship
Melbourne IM March 26
Wildflower Triathlon May 3
Cairns Ironman 3JuneBuffalo Springs 70.3 20th JuneRoth Challenge 8th July orNorway 70.3Vineman 70.3 15th julyor Racine 70.3Steelhead 70.3 19th August orNewHampshire 70.3World 70.3 Champs 9th SeptemberKONA,Hawaii Ironman World Championships 13th OctoberShepparton 70.3 18th November