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Canadian triathlete Magali Tisseyre has announced she is switching coaches for the 2011 season and will be working Siri Lindley.
Tisseyre, a 29-year-old from Montreal, Quebec, announced the switch through her twitter account.
“Amazing day in Cali with new coach @SELTS (Siri Lindley)! Bring on 2011.”
Lindley also posted the announcement on her website. Lindley is a two-time ITU World Champion from the United States. She now coaches several top professional women, including 2010 Ironman world champion Mirinda Cafrae.
Tisseyre was previously working with LifeSport Coaching. Tisseyre’s most notable accomplishments include third place finishes at the Ironman World Championship 70.3 triathlon in both 2009 and 2010.
Follow Tisseyre on her blog at Mightymagali.com