Great autobiography! I am not a triathlete myself, so some of the triathlete names and details were not all that interestong to me, but there was enought interesting material to make it worthwhile. If would definately hire her as a coach if I wanted to compete! My favorite parts of the book were the last chapte and the epilogue.
This is a very well-written personal look at what it takes to be a triathlete and coach at the elite level. The insights can help both athlete and coach at all levels. The book is also a personal look at how someone can overcome personal demons like low self-esteem to rise to the top of their field and embrace who they are in all their beautiful glory.
Reading this book is like listening to Siri talk in front of you. It's a page-turner written with such candor. Siri talks about her struggles and how she overcame them to be the best person she could be, and turned her life into a living testimony by helping others achieve the same. A must-read for triathletes who are passionate about the sport as they are about life.