Yared Nuguse

Birthday: 06/01/99 Mile PR: 3:53.34 - 2022
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:33.26 - 2022
High School: Dupont Manual High School (KY) '17
Hometown: Louisville, KY
College: Notre Dame '21
Current Residence: Boulder, CO

Yared Nuguse won the 2022 Sir Walter Miler in 3:53.34, setting North Carolina state, meet & personal records. On February 12, 2022, he set the NCAA indoor 3000m record in a time of 7:38.13 at the BU Valentine Invitational.

At the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials, he finished third in the 1500 meters to qualify for Team USA, but due to a quad injury he did not compete in the Tokyo Olympics. Earlier in May, he set the NCAA 1500m record, clocking 3:34.68 in the prelims of the ACC Championships and later finished NCAA 1500m runner-up to Cole Hocker.

Also at Notre Dame, Nuguse won the 2019 NCAA 1500m title (outdoors) and anchored the NCAA Distance Medley Relay championshp team (indoors); he was also an All-American in cross country and a member of the NCAA Cross Country Championships runner-up team (2021).

In high school, he won a Kentucky state Cross Country crown, and his senior year, swept the 800 / 1600 / 3200 state titles.

News

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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