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 finished runner-up at the 2023 USA Road Mile Championship hosted by the Grand Blue Mile in Des Moines, clocking 4:28.7 (4:29 official).

In 2022, she finished 6th in the 2022 World Championships 1500m, breaking the beam in 4:01.63. In June, she won the 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, Sinclaire 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).



Hiltz, Prakel win second USATF 1 Mile Road Championship titles

April 25, 2023

Hiltz sets event and USA Championship records at Grand Blue Mile; $27,500 prize purse awarded


DES MOINES – It was an evening of big finishes in Des Moines on Tuesday evening, as Nikki Hiltz and Sam Prakel kicked to victory at the USATF 1 Mile Road Championships hosted by the 14th...

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Muir headlines sensational women’s Rudin Wanamaker Mile

January 05, 2023

“This will be my first time racing at the Millrose Games, so I am really excited as it has been a competition that I have wanted to do for a long time. I have very fond memories of racing in the City, and I cannot wait to return and tackle the same distance indoors.”

From Millrose Games


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Talented Team USA 1500 women ready for World Championships

July 13, 2022

Sinclaire Johnson and two 2020 Olympians Cory McGee and Elle St. Pierre have medal hopes in Eugene

By Malissa Rodenburg, Women's Running

In the United States and beyond, the 1500 meter distance is a notoriously competitive event. And among the U.S. women, the depth of talent meant that the...

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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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