Eleanor Fulton

Birthday: 05/17/93 Mile PR: 4:18 (road) - 2022
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 4:03.03 - 2022
High School: Highlands Ranch High School (CO) '11
Hometown: Lone Tree, CO
College: University of Washington '16
Current Residence: Portland, OR

Eleanor Fulton was 2022 Sir Walter Miler runner-up, setting a track personal record of 4:23.65, and less than 48 hours later, she won the Brooklyn Mile, setting a course record of 4:28. In September, Fulton finished third at the New Balance 5th Avenue Mile, setting a personal best of 4:18.

Also in 2022, Eleanor set personal records for 800m - 2:00.45, 1500m - 4:03.03, 3000m - 8:44.68 and 5000m - 15:19.19.

In 2021, she recorded her first sub-4:30 Mile at the Sir Walter Miler, clocking 4:29.46 (91st American woman), and in late August, she was runner-up at the Downtown Yakima Mile (4:23, PR).

Fulton finished third in the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 with three top 4 placements and was 7th at the USA Indoor 2 Mile Championships.

At the University of Washington, she was a four-time All-American.

In high school, Eleanor swept the Colorado 5A State Track Championships her senior year, winning titles at 800m, 1600m and 3200m to finish with eight individual track titles for her career, including four straight 1600m crowns.

Photo credit: Kevin Morris


Wightman defends, Muir wins New Balance 5th Avenue Mile

September 11, 2022

Record 21 men sub-4 minutes and 18 women sub-4:30; NYPD Running Club and charity runners participate in 9/11 Memorial Mile; more than 8,500 finishers at world’s largest, most iconic road Mile


NEW YORK – Olympians and World Championships medalists Jake Wightman and Laura Muir led a...

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Eleanor Fulton’s patience is paying off

August 07, 2022

“I would like to be able to compete at a world level... I just keep thinking, ‘Okay, just one more jump. Can I make one more little jump in the 1500m?’”

By Alison Wade, Fast-Women.org

In the past five weeks, Eleanor Fulton has run personal records at four distances: 800m (2:01.27), 1500m...

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Hiltz, Nuguse win 2022 Sir Walter Miler titles

August 05, 2022

Each champion also earns $5000 bonus for North Carolina state record; 12 men go sub-4

From Sir Walter Running

RALEIGH, NC - On a warm, humid summer Friday night with a loud crowd at the 8th Sir Walter Miler, athletes had extra incentive to go after the North Carolina state Mile records held...

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Hiltz, Prakel win Downtown Yakima Mile

August 28, 2021

Women’s race champion clocks fastest Mile on Washington state soil to collect $5000 bonus

Race reports by Scott Spruill & Luke Thompson, Yakima Herald-Republic & BBTM

YAKIMA, Wash. – Reaching North First Street, Nikki Hiltz knew it was time to go. Or very likely lose.

So when the road Mile...

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Herrera Defends, Kampf Recaptures BBTM Grand Prix Tour Titles

October 06, 2019

6th edition presented by Running Warehouse featured 5 stops awarding more than $110,000 plus a $10,000 GP purse

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – At the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 finale, The Navy Mile, on a cloudy Sunday morning in Washington, DC, Daniel Herrera, 26, from New Orleans, LA, won the men’s...

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Lipari, Domanic Win 8th Fleet Feet Liberty Mile

August 09, 2019

Downtown Pittsburgh’s only evening road race draws 1,000-plus participants; $28,200 prize purse overall; third stop on the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019

From P3R

PITTSBURGH – At the 8th Fleet Feet Liberty Mile on Friday evening in downtown Pittsburgh, the pro races ended with two thrilling...

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Amos Bartelsmeyer wins Yakima Mile, clocks fastest time on Washington soil

June 08, 2019

At inaugural event, Therese Haiss takes women's title; $28,800 awarded in elite races; second stop on the BBTM GP Tour 2019 presented by Running Warehouse

Race summary from Yakima Herald-Republic & BBTM

YAKIMA, Wash. — For the inaugural Virginia Mason Memorial Downtown Yakima Mile, the first...

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