Nicole Kelleher Bio
(Personal website) http://nicolekelleher.com/
· Professional triathlete currently in her final year of Medical School at the University of Virginia.
· She has a degree in Biochemistry from Dartmouth College and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Virginia with a focus on Medical Research.
· She has worked in the Sports Science Lab at the Baylor Tom Landry Center and has also been a NCAA Division I Assistant Women’s Cross Country Coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
· She currently coaches the UVA Triathlon Team with her husband Wes Radetsky
She grew up as a competitive swimmer, won a VA state cycling championship with the UVA cycling team and ran 5 years of NCAA DI track and cross country to multiple NCAA qualifications, All-Conference, All-Division and Academic All-American awards. She took up triathlon at the end of 2009 and turned pro in the middle in 2010. Some of her top finishes include:
USAT Collegiate National Champion- 2010
3rd USA Elite (Pro) National Championships- 2010
3rd Overall Lifetime Fitness Series Race to Toyota Cup- 2010
3rd NYC Triathlon- 2010 (fastest run split)
3rd Philadelphia Triathlon- 2010
2nd South Beach Miami Triathlon- 2011 (fastest run split)