Kim Conley

Kim Conley USA

After making her second Olympic appearance on the track at the Rio 2016 Games, Conley made her 26.2-mile debut at the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon, finishing 16th in 2:41:38.

She made her first Olympic team in 2012 in dramatic fashion, taking the third and final spot by four hundredths of a second, while also meeting the Olympic “A” standard by 21 hundredths of a second. She qualified in the 5000 meters again this summer, albeit with a three-second gap on fourth place this time around. Conley grew up in Santa Rosa, CA, and attended the University of California–Davis. She currently trains near her alma mater in Sacramento, CA, where she founded the NorCal Distance Project with her husband and coach Drew Wartenburg.

Conley also won her first national title in Sacramento, taking the 10,000-meter title at the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships. She made her 13.1-mile debut the following year at the USATF Half Marathon Championships and claimed her second national title. During a training trip to preview the five-borough course in September, she won the New Balance Bronx 10 Mile in an event-record 55:37

  • Date of Birth Mar 14, 1986
  • Age 33
  • Gender Female
  • Country USA
  • Residence West Sacramento, CA, USA


Career Highlights

Year Event Time PLACE
2016 Rio Olympic 5000m 15:36.00 12th
 2016  U.S. Olympic Trials 15:10 3rd
 2015  U.S. Half Marathon Championships 1:09:44 1st
 2014  USA Track & Field Championships 10,000m 32:02.07 1st
 2013  IAAF World Track & Field Championships 5000m 15:56.58 12th
 2012  London Olympic Games 5000m 15:14.48 12th (heats)
 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials  15:19.79 3rd


Year Event Place Time
2018 2018 Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K and USATF 5K Championships 4 0:16:01
2018 2018 New Balance 5th Avenue Mile 20 0:04:34
2016 TCS New York City Marathon 2016 16 2:41:38
2016 2016 New Balance Bronx 10-Mile 1 0:55:37
2013 NYRR Dash 5K 6 0:15:54

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