Shaunae Miller Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Biography & More

Shaunae Miller is a Bahamian sprinter. Shaunae Miller was born on Friday, April 15, 1994 in Nassau, Bahamas and Zodiac Sign is Aries. Shaunae Miller is from Nassau, Bahamas. The religion is unknown. Ethnicity: unknown and nationality, Bahamian.

Real Name Shaunae Miller
Nickname Not Known
Profession Bahamian sprinter
Physical Stats & More
Height in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 1”
Weight in Kilograms- 70 kg
in Pounds- 207 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.) 35-25-36
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Track and field
International Debut 2011
Coach/Mentor Lance Brauman
Events 400m Sprints
Achievements (main ones) • At the 2011 World Youth Championships in Athletics, Shaunae Miller became the first Bahamian to win the 400 meters.
• In 2010, Miller won a Gold at Moncton World Junior Championships in the 400 meters category.
• Secured a Gold at Lille World Youth Championship in 2011.
• Secured a Gold again at the 2016 Rio Olympics by diving over the finishing line.
Career Turning Point Winning the Gold at the 2010 Moncton Junior World Championships was just the beginning of a promising career.
Personal Life
Date of Birth 15 April 1994
Age (as in 2016) 22 Years
Birth Place Nassau, Bahamas
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Aries
Nationality Bahamian
Hometown Nassau, Bahamas
School St. Augustine’s College, Nassau, Bahamas
College University of Georgia, U.S.A.
Educational Qualifications Not Known
Family Father– Not Known
Mother– Mabeline Miller
Religion Not Known
Ethnicity Not Known
Boys, Family & More
Marital Status Unmarried
Sexual Orientation Straight
Affairs/Boyfriends Not Known
Wife N/A
Children N/A


Interesting Facts About Shaunae Miller

  • Smokes Shaunae Miller: No.
  • Does Shaunae Miller drink alcohol? Not known
  • Shaunae secured a silver medal at the 2015 Beijing World Cup.
  • She also secured a bronze medal at the 2014 Indoor World Championships in Sopot.
  • At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Miller won the gold medal in the 400 meters and overtook the finish line to beat Allyson Felix by 0.07 seconds in a personal best of 49.44 seconds.

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