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Laura Siddall

Laura Siddall is a world-class, highly driven Professional Triathlete, three-time Ironman Champion and multiple 70.3/half distance Champion. She was the fastest British female triathlete in 2016 and 2017.

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Growing up in the UK, Laura had a successful career starting as an Officer in the British Army followed by working in business as a professional Chartered Mechanical Engineer, with a number of global multinationals. Having always been sporty, Laura represented England in Athletics and Netball before moving to Sydney, Australia, in 2008 and finding Triathlon in 2009, a sport in which she began to thrive on. Laura advanced through the Amateur ranks quickly winning four World Amateur Titles at Sprint (2011), 2 x Olympic (2012, 2013) and Half Ironman distance (2013).

Now as a Professional in 2017, Laura won Ironman Australia, Challenge Roma753, Challenge Walchsee and accumulated more wins and podium positions than any other professional triathlete. Laura kicked off 2018 winning Ironman New Zealand and backing up by defending her title at Ironman Australia. She continues to be consistently on the podium in her races. A truly global athlete, Laura trains and competes around the world and gets exposure in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the USA.

A role model, especially for women in sport and business, Laura is an ambassador for the Women’s Sports Trust. Through her work with MORE Than Sport, she volunteers and fundraises to support local communities and projects around the world where she races and trains. Laura is also an avid supporter of the Challenged Athlete Foundation. A corporate and public speaker, Laura integrates her experience in elite sport with her corporate and military background to deliver Peak Performance workshops and seminars to multinationals and organisations from all industry sectors.

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