Sinclaire Johnson

Birthday: 04/13/98 Mile PR: 4:27 - 2021 (road)
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:58.85 - 2022
High School: Lake Brantley High School '16
Hometown: Longwood, FL
College: Oklahoma State '19
Current Residence: Portland, OR

Team: Union Athletics Club

Sinclaire Johnson won the 2022 USA 1500m crown, with a sub-60 second final lap, in 4:03.29, her first USA title, and also earning her first Team USA World Championship berth. Earlier in May, the rising star finished 4th in the Prefontaine Classic 1500m, setting a personal record of 3:58.85, her first sub-4 and #7 U.S. woman all-time.

In 2021, she won the Fleet Feet Liberty Mile in Pittsburgh with an event record shattering 4:27.

At Oklahoma State, Johnson, her junior year, captured the 2019 NCAA 1500m crown, clocking a meet record 4:05.98. In late July 2019, she finished 4th at the USA Outdoors Championships 1500m (4:03.72) and in August 2019, she turned pro.

At Lake Brantley High School, she won 5 Florida state track titles (3 = 800m and 2 = 1600m).

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Sinclaire Johnson plays The Waiting Game

May 04, 2020

“And it will be really exciting obviously to train with Shelby [Houlihan] since she’s the American record holder right now in the 1500. Getting the chance to train alongside one of the best I think will only make me better. I’m really excited about the future.”

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field...

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