Siri’s Athletes

Ellie Salthouse

Ellie Salthouse

Captain Ellie Salthouse is one of the hungriest, fiercest and committed athletes I have ever worked with and that says A lot!! This woman is not only an incredible athlete but a stellar human being! – Siri Lindley

Anja Ippach

I get inspired by people, their stories and way of life! Luckily in my sport there are so many inspiring people, and I am just happy that triathlon allows us to cross paths and leave footprints – Anja Ippach

Per Van Vlerken

My favourite long distance race is definitely CHALLENGE ROTH. Best short distance race is LEIPZIGER TRIATHLON, my home town race.

Maricarmen Farias

Maricarmen Farias came to me in 2017. She was eager to challenge herself beyond what she had ever done before. Wanting to grow, wanting to stretch and wanting to truly find out what she is made of.

Alissa Doehla

I started coaching Alissa in the summer of 2018. What I loved about Alissa from the start was her incredible attitude. She had been through so much in the previous year, but looked upon it all as an experience that she would grow from, learn from and strengthen from. 

Meg Schaeffer

Meg Schaeffer is an inspiration in every way! An incredible mom, devoted wife, brilliant professor and healthcare executive, and ALL AMERICAN triathlete. Meg has a hunger to learn, to grow, and to SHINE in her life. She inspires me everyday with her commitment to excellence and her passion for life!!

Trevor Delsaut

Trevor Delsaut

“Trevor already has made such awesome progress in our time together. so looking forward to seeing him reach all new levels of performance this year!” – Siri Lindley

Maddy Pesch

Maddy Pesch

“Maddy’s thirst for learning and making progress is so inspiring. She pays attention to every detail and leaves no stone unturned. This coupled with her fierce determination will see Maddy rise amongst the pro ranks in the years to come. “ – Siri Lindley

Monica Lacometti

I am inspired by things that challenge me. Never ever give up. Stay in the game. Focus on what you can do, not what you can’t do. Believe.