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Portland, OR , United States
Juliet grew up playing many sports, focusing on rowing in college and competing on the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team. After several decades of starting and leading non-profits, raising two sons and supporting her husband's career around the world, Juliet returned to international competition as a triathlete. With success at USAT, ITU and Ironman events in triathlon, Juliet turned her focus to creating an elite women's triathlon team in Portland and coaching both newcomers and veterans in multi-sport.
B.A., Harvard University, 1989
M.B.A., Stanford University, 1995
USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Coach, 2018
Harvard Women’s Rowing, 1985-1989
Captain, Recipient of Harvard Athlete of the Year.
1987 U.S. National Rowing Team
1988 U.S. Olympic Rowing Team
2016 USAT Duathlon + Triathlon Nat'l Championships (Sprint), 3rd + 4th
2017 USAT Nat'l Champion, Sprint Duathlon
2017 ITU World Champion, Sprint Duathlon
2017 ITU World Championships (Standard Duathlon, Sprint Triathlon), 3rd
2017 USAT Masters Duathlete of the Year
2018 Women for Tri Ambassador, 2019 USAT Ambassador
2018 AG Champion, Victoria IM70.3 & Whistler IM70.3
2019 USAT Nat'l Champion, Aquabike + Sprint Triathlon
Inductee, Harvard Hall of Fame
Co-founder of the BATWomen, a high performance women’s triathlon team
Long term mentor for women across multiple continents and careers
"I love leveraging my experience as a lifelong athlete at multiple levels to help newcomers to triathlon fall in love with the sport and seasoned athletes reach their goals. I understand the importance of balancing life, family and training and one of my value added offerings as a coach is helping athletes figure out how to fit workouts into their busy schedules. I believe anyone can find success in triathlon and I get excited playing a part in each athlete's journey as an active and enthusiastic partner, making training and racing fun and rewarding."