Who is Shaunae Miller-Uibo?
She is a Bahamian athlete sprinter who competes in the 200 and 400 metres & is a two-time Olympic champion in 400 metres (2016, 2020). She was the 200 m gold medallist, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. She was a 400 m gold medallist at the 2010 World Junior and 2011 World Youth Championships before taking her first senior medal (a bronze) at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships.
|Real Name||Shaunae Miller-Uibo|
|Birth Place||Nassau, Bahamas, United States.|
|Date of Birth||15th April 1994.|
|Source of Income||Sprinting & Brand Endorsement.|
|Age||27 years. (As of 2021).|
|Father’s name||Shaun Miller|
|Mother’s name||Mabelene Miller|
|School||Saint Augustine’s College|
|University||The University of Georgia|
|Height||6 feet 1 inches /185 Cm.|
|Weight||69 Kg / 152 Lbs.|
|Body Measurement||35-25-36 (Inches)|
|Marital Status||Married to Maicel Uibo in 2017.|
|Olympic debut||2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro|
|Net Worth||$ 1.5 million (Rs 11.13 Cr).|
|Last Updated||August 2021.|
She competed in athletics from a very young age and won five medals at the 2007 Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Athletics in the under-14 category. She won Bronze medals in relay races at the 2009 CARIFTA Games and the 2009 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships.
At only sixteen years old she became the first Bahamian to be 400 m champion at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics and the youngest woman to ever win the event. She won the gold medal in a time of 52.52 denying Nigerian sprinter Margaret Etim who finished in 53.05 seconds.
At the 2012 Olympics, she was not able to finish her 400 m heat. She became a professional in 2013, signing a sponsorship deal with German multinational corporation Adidas. Next year, she won her first senior medal at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships behind retired American track and field athlete Francena McCorory and Jamaican track and field athlete Kaliese Spencer in the 400 m. She made the 200 m final at the 2014 Commonwealth Games but ended the race in the sixth position. She won the silver medal in the 400 m at the 2015 World Championships that year.
At the 2017 Prefontaine Classic, she became the first Bahamian woman to run under 22 seconds in the 200 metres, developing her national record to 21.91 seconds. On 4th June 2017, she set the 200 metres straight world record of 21.76, improving the previous record of 22.55 set by American track and field sprinter Allyson Felix. In the same year, she won both the 400 m and the 200 m Diamond League titles, making her the first Bahamian to ever win a Diamond League title.
She won the 400 m silver medal in Qatar’s 2019 World Championships in Athletics, running the tenth fastest time in history, a national record of 48.37 seconds. In 2021 she started her outdoor season with a world-leading time of 22.03 s, her fastest ever 200 m opener, set at the Pure Athletics Spring Invitational in Clermont, she records a personal best time of 49.44 seconds. She was the flag-bearer for the Bahamas at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
LATEST Update of 2021 regarding her
USA at Tokyo Olympics 2021 live updates: 110m hurdles final, triple jump final, medal count, athletes and results, 4th August – AS English
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Top-Five Standings In Hep, Dec Highlight Dogs’ Day At Olympics – University of Georgia Athletics – Georgia Bulldogs
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The Stories—and Science—Behind Track and Field’s Electric Finish-Line Dives – Sports Illustrated
www.si.com – 08th May2021 01:58 AM
Jamaican Russell 4th in world record race – Trinidad & Tobago Express Newspapers
trinidadexpress.com – 08th May2021 01:30 AM
Medal hopes for Steven Gardiner in 400m – Bahamas Tribune
www.tribune242.com – 08th May2021 12:54 AM
‘I felt my hamstring so I decided to shut it down’ – Bahamas Tribune
www.tribune242.com – 08th April 2021 11:20 PM
Frerichs, Bednarek mine silver on three-medal evening | USA Track & Field – USA Track and Field
www.usatf.org -08th April 2021 03:59 PM.
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Where is Miller-UIBO from?
Nassau, The Bahamas.
Who is the fastest woman in the Bahamas?
Shaunae Miller-Uibo is the fastest Bahamian over 400 m with a time of 48.37 seconds (IAAF World Championships 2019).
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Shaunae Miller-Uibo wedding.
Married to Maicel Uibo in 2017.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo weight.
69 Kg / 152 Lbs.
Shaunae miller uibo age.
27 years ( 2021).