Addison Wiley

Birthday: 10/24/03 Mile PR: 4:30.94 (road) - 2023
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:59.17 - 2023
High School: Huntington North '22
Hometown: Huntington, IN
College: Huntington University
Current Residence: Huntington, IN

Addison "Addy" Wiley, a rising Mile star, who turned pro in January 2024, finished runner-up at the 2024 USA Indoor 800m Championships (2:00.70, PR), earning a Team USA berth for the World Indoor Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.

In 2023, she won the 1500m gold medal at the NACAC U23 Championships in San José, Costa Rica, clocking 4:05.84.

At Huntington University, Wiley was an eight-time NAIA national champion in cross country and track & field, and she also holds the high school national record for the 1600m with a time of 4:26.16 and the collegiate record for the 1500m with a time of 3:59.17.

Addy finished her high school career as a 5-time Indiana state champion and holder of six school records: 200m (26.24), 400m (57.12), 800m (2:04.40), 1600m (4:26.16, HSR), Mile (4:38.14), and 3200m (10:13.40).

FUN FACT: Wiley and legend Mary Slaney are the only American women to-date to run sub-1:58 for 800m and sub-4:00 for 1500m.



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