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Chloe Anderson
Other Position: Distance
Year: Junior
Hometown: Cullompton, England
Other College: University of Wales Institute
Experience: Transfer

Anderson's Cross Country Bio

NEW MEXICO

2013 Indoor: Redshirted the 2013 indoor season ... Did compete unattached at UNM home meets, including a second-place time of 2:08.83 in the 800 at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational.

2013 Outdoor: Competed at seven meets, opening at the Stanford Invitational with a 13th-place showing in her heat of the 800 (2:08.08) and a victory in her heat of the 1500 (4:27.08) ... Posted two more regular-season marks in the 800, finishing third at the Air Force Triangular (2:14.16*) and 14th at the Mt. SAC Relays (2:08.78) ... In her final regular-season meet, ran to a 4:24.40 clocking in the metric mile at the Payton Jordan Invitational ... Scored in both the 800 (2:09.44) and 1500 (4:27.88) at the conference championships, helping the women sweep the medals in the 1500 ... Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary championships, earning the final berth the national championships with a 12th-place time of 4:20.64 ... Posted a 15th-place time of 4:19.82 at the NCAA Championships.

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

Primarily an 800-meter runner, with considerable experience in the event ... Placed sixth in 800 at the 2012 British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Championships with a 2:08.93 time, just four-tenths of a second off her personal best ... Competed in the 800 at the 2012Aviva Olympic Trials & UK Championships, finishing eighth in her heat.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Matthew and Barbara Anderson ... Has three sisters, Zoe, Shelley and Lee ... Previously attended the Univsersity of Wales Institute, Cardiff ... Lists hanging out with friends, having barqueques on the beach, surfing and football as hobbies.

PERSONAL RECORDS

800 meters: 2:08.08
1,500 meters: 4:19.82
3,000 meters: 9:52.25

TRACK & FIELD HONORS

• All-Mountain West Outdoor Team, 2013 (1500m)
• Academic All-Conference, 2013


* indicates a performance that has been adjusted based on the NCAA altitude conversion protocol

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