Daily Training Environment: Pikes Peak Athletics Training Center
Triathlon Coach: Ken Axford (PEAK Multisport)
Swim Coach: George Heidinger
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Chris Wojchik
National Federation: Currently under the ITU. In process to represent Triathlon Canada.
Hometown: Denver, CO
Resides: Colorado Springs, CO
College: University of Colorado Boulder (BA in Mechanical Engineering/Engineering Management)
Birth date: 1/24/1993
Profession: Professional Triathlete, Engineering Program Manager (Keysight Technologies)
Family: Daughter of Dorothy Warly and David Solsberg. Has three siblings; one of triplets (Alexa and Caroline Warly) and an older sister Dani
Hobbies: Cooking, hanging with friends, yoga, blogging, hiking, rock climbing, watching movies
Music: Dermot Kennedy, Ellie Goulding, Halsey, Ben Howard
Movies: Interstellar, The Bourne Movies, The Martian, The Greatest Showman
Let Your Mind Run by Deena Kastor
The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo
The Martian by Andy Weir
Don't Sweat The Small Stuff...and it's all small stuff by Richard Carlson
Rousey: My Fight/Your Fight by Ronda Rousey
Open by Andre Agassi,
Brittany is a former division 1 tennis player, turned triathlete. She found her love of triathlon during her senior year of high school, when she began using it as a cross-training tool. She went on to play division 1 tennis at Santa Clara University her freshman year of college, only to discover her heart belonged in the sport of triathlon.
She transferred to the University of Colorado Boulder and became part of the most dominant triathlon team in the country. The CU Buffaloes went on to win the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships for all four years she was on the team. Though Brittany did not start out as a key player on the team, through perseverence and hard work she went on to not only be a leader on the team, but a major contributor when she won an individual national title her senior year.
Upon graduation in May 2016 she moved to Colorado Springs to train full-time under her coach, Ken Axford, to pursue the sport professionally.