triathlete

Mile Repeat 5 – Amputee Athlete Emily Harvey is an Ironman with 48 Seconds to Spare

Emily Harvey’s leg was amputated when she was 2 because she had a condition called fibular hemimelia, which means she was missing her fibula bone and her left leg was substantially shorter than her right.  She grew up not really knowing any different, and even asked her grandma at some point when she got her […]

82 – Diane Israel’s Long Winding Road to Love

Diane Israel is what I would call a reluctant visionary. She is a former professional triathlete and world class runner. Today she’s a psychotherapist and a professor at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. And along the way she created an award-winning film called Beauty Mark. You don’t get from one place to the next without […]

50 – Colleen Cannon on Chickens, Watermelons & Why Women Will Save the Earth

Meet Colleen Cannon – former professional triathlete & the founder of Women’s Quest. Before retreats were a thing, before women’s-only anything was a thing, before the internet even, there was Colleen. She discovered her calling early on, and just knew she needed to create a way to bring women together for self-care, love and empowerment.   […]

41 – Siri Lindley World Champion Person on Getting Out of Your Head and Into Your Heart

Meet Siri Lindley. She was the best short course triathlete in the world for two years, despite the fact that she could barely swim a lick before she started the sport in the mid 90s. After she retired, Siri gravitated to coaching, because she is innately called to give much more than she ever takes. […]