Breanna Sieracki

Reason to Rise
Spring Valley, WI University of Minnesota-Duluth Minneapolis, MN

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Breanna Sieracki

From rural Wisconsin, Breanna grew up on a family-owned dairy farm with her three older brothers and parents, attending Spring Valley High School. She was an all-state standout, earning 2nd place finishes both her junior and senior year in cross country, in addition to state championships in the 1600m and 3200m. All this, and her high school did not even have a track, having to practice around the school parking lot! After high school, Breanna attended University of Minnesota Duluth, where she was an eight-time…

About Breanna

  • Coach: Chris Lundstrom
  • Training group: Minnesota Distance Elite
  • Philanthropic involvement: Compassion
  • Favorite foods: Sweet Potatoes
  • Hobbies: Farming, gardening, hiking, reading, singing, cooking
  • Favorite TV show: 24
  • Favorite movie: Remember the Titans
  • Dream vacation: Alaska or New Zealand
  • Favorite place to compete: Anywhere with great competition
  • Favorite holiday: Christmas!
  • Warm up song: I typically listen to motivational speeches such as "I Will Fight" by Elevation Church
  • I most enjoy competing against: grateful, humble, passionate athletes
  • After competition indulgence: Ice Cream with chocolate and peanut butter
  • Highschool PR: 2 mile: 10:56; 1 mile: 5:04
  • Spouse: Conner Sieracki! We grew up together and began dating when I was quite young and married when I was 20. He is in the Army National Guard, so I can relate to those who have to deal with long-distance relationships (322 days apart).


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