Kim Conley

Birthday: 03/14/86 Mile PR: 4:24.54 (indoors) - 2014
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 4:07.17 - 2013
High School: Montgomery HS
Hometown: Santa Rosa,CA
College: UC Davis '09
Current Residence: West Sacramento, CA

Kim Conley returned to the Armory to again win the New Balance Games indoor Mile, this time in 4:27.88, the first sub-4:30 for women in 2015. Conley also won the 2014 New Balance Games indoor Mile in a facility record of 4:24.54, and nearly a 3 second personal record. She also earned a spot on the 2012 U.S. Olympic team with a thrilling third place, London Games "A" standard performance in Eugene, Oregon.

On August 18, 2012 in Belgium, the UC Davis grad captured the Meeting Voor Mon Mile in a then personal record 4:27.23 to become the 41st U.S. woman to break 4:30 for the storied distance.

In 2011, she set a PR in the 1500m at the Oxy High Performance meet with a time of 4:12.05 and placed runner-up at the USA 5K Championships in 15:49, third at USA 10K Championships in 33:34 and 10th at the USA 5000m Outdoor Championships in 15:38. Conley also placed 8th in the 2011 USA Cross Country Championships and qualified for the NACAC Cross Country Championships where she won a bronze medal and helped Team USA to a gold medal.



Montgomery grad Kim Conley proving she can go any distance

March 01, 2014

2012 Olympian: "If I’m running the Mile, that day I think like a Miler."

By Phil Barber, Press Democrat

Kim Conley has made herself into quite a distance runner — defined, in this case, as someone who can win a race at practically any distance.

Most of us know Conley as the local product...

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Conley Surprises with Record Run at New Balance Games

January 25, 2014

2012 Olympian sets Mile PR and facility record; Lee Emanuel wins men's Mile in a meet record

By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly

NEW YORK -- Here at the 19th New Balance Games, an afternoon of fast times and close races brought fans to their feet at The New Balance Track & Field Center at...

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