Keith Sieracki developed his love for wrestling in Richland Center, Wisconsin with his younger brother, Aaron Sieracki. The two of them spent their younger years wrestling through a local club and school-led teams. Keith moved to Fort Benning, Georgia in 1990 as a Military Police Officer and had the opportunity to pursue his wrestling career through the Army World Class Athlete Program. Six years later, he moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado to train at the World Class Athlete Program Headquarters and the Olympic Training Center. This is where Keith advanced his career as a two-time U.S. Olympic Team Trials Champion in 2000 and 2004 (see below for wrestling experience). Keith retired from the mat in 2008 and went on to spend his last couple of years in the Army as a Military Police Officer with a 12-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. At the end of his 21-year military career, Keith and his wife moved their growing family to Woodland Park; a small mountain town in Colorado. In Woodland, Keith devoted time to his family, started his coaching career as the Woodland Park High School & Middle School head coach, and opened a local wrestling club, Sieracki’s Mat Masters (see coaching experience below). Four months into 2020, Keith made a move with his wife, daughter, and three sons to Austin, Texas for his wife to advance her career in healthcare management and change the pace of life from Colorado’s cold winters to the hot Texan sun. Keith enjoys spending time with his family, cracking “dad” jokes, and fishing. His dedication, discipline, and passion for wrestling are what led him to a fruitful athletic journey. One of his mottos is that adversity builds character and champions. He is thankful for the opportunity to join the 3F wrestling club.
Wrestling Experience: Two-time U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion (2000, 2004)
- Lost 2000 U.S. Olympic Team spot following a court battle after winning the Trials