Shaunae Miller

Shaunae Miller Biography

Posted by | Vishnu Das on | May 3, 2024

Date of Birth

15 / April / 1994


30 Years


Bahamian sprinter

Shaunae Miller, professionally known by her real name, has made significant strides as a Bahamian sprinter since her international debut in 2011. Under the guidance of her coach and mentor, Lance Brauman, she has specialized in the 400-meter sprints, showcasing her exceptional speed and agility on the track.

Shaunae Miller Height, Weight, Age, Biography & More

Miller’s remarkable achievements include becoming the first Bahamian to win the 400 meters at the 2011 World Youth Championships in Athletics. Born on April 15, 1994, she continues to leave an indelible mark in the world of track and field with her talent and dedication.


Shaunae Miller’s roots trace back to Nassau, Bahamas, where she attended St. Augustine’s College for her schooling. For her higher education, she pursued studies at the University of Georgia in the United States, although specific details about her educational qualifications remain undisclosed.


Shaunae Miller was born on April 15, 1994, in Nassau, Bahamas, under the zodiac sign of Aries. She is 30  years old, proudly representing her Bahamian nationality.

Physical Stats

Shaunae Miller stands tall at a height of 185 centimeters (1.85 meters), which is equivalent to 6 feet 1 inch in the imperial system. She maintains a weight of 70 kilograms (207 pounds). Her figure measurements are approximately 35-25-36. Miller’s captivating black eyes are complemented by her black hair color.

Husband and Son

Miller encountered Maicel Uibo, an Estonian decathlete who clinched silver at the 2019 World Championships, during their time in Georgia, and the couple exchanged vows in 2017. Their joy was further celebrated when, on February 4, 2023, Miller joyfully announced her pregnancy via Instagram. Their son, named Maicel Uibo Jr., entered the world on April 20 of the same year.


Shaunae Miller’s family details, including her father and siblings, remain undisclosed. However, her mother’s name is Mabeline Miller. Specific information about her siblings is not available.

Shaunae Miller with her Mother Mabeline Miller

Shaunae Miller with her Mother Mabeline Miller

Shaunae Miller with her Husband

Shaunae Miller with her Husband

Youth and Junior Career

Miller-Uibo’s athletic journey began early, earning five medals at the 2007 Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships. She continued to excel, claiming titles at various junior championships, including becoming the first Bahamian 400m champion at the 2010 World Junior Championships. The following year, she made history by winning both the U20 and U18 championship 400m titles concurrently.

Despite setbacks, such as disqualification at the 2011 CARIFTA Games, she rebounded with remarkable performances, culminating in three gold medals at the 2013 CARIFTA Games, solidifying her status as a rising star in track and field.

Senior Career

At the 2012 London Olympics, Miller-Uibo did not complete her 400m heat. Transitioning to the professional circuit in 2013, she secured a sponsorship deal with Adidas. Her breakthrough came in 2014, clinching her first senior medal with a bronze in the 400m at the IAAF World Indoor Championships.

Despite finishing sixth in the 200m final at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Miller-Uibo continued to excel, winning the 400m at prestigious Diamond League meets in 2015. This success continued as she claimed silver in the 400m at the 2015 World Championships and set a national record in the 4 × 400m relay. In 2016, she further asserted her dominance by winning the Prefontaine Classic 400m race.

Personal Bests

Date Distance Time (s) Venue Wind (m/s)
4 June 2017 200 m straight 21.76 Boston, MA, United States +0.5
3 February 2018 300 metres 35.45 New York, NY United States
20 May 2018 150 m straight 16.23 Boston, MA, United States -0.7
20 June 2019 300 metres 34.41 Ostrava, Czech Republic
29 August 2019 200 metres 21.74 Zürich, Switzerland -0.4
9 July 2020 150 metres 17.15 Bradenton, FL, United States -2.5
24 July 2020 100 metres 10.98 Clermont, FL, United States +1.4
31 January 2021 200 metres 22.40 Fayetteville, AR, United States
13 February 2021 400 metres 50.21 New York, NY United States
6 August 2021 400 metres 48.36 Tokyo, Japan

Net Worth

Shaunae Miller’s net worth is reported to be $104 million.

Some Lesser Known Facts About Shaunae Miller

  • At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Miller won the Gold medal in the 400 meters, diving over the line to beat Allyson Felix by 0.07 seconds in a personal best of 49.44 seconds.
  • Does Shaunae Miller drink alcohol: Not Known
  • Does Shaunae Miller smoke: No
  • Shaunae secured a Sliver medal at the 2015 Beijing World Championships.
  • She also secured a Bronze medal at the 2014 Sopot World Indoor Championships.

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Body Measurements 35-25-36
Birth Place Nassau, Bahamas
Children N/A
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Height In CM 185 CM
Height In Meter 1.85 M
Nationality Bahamian
Parents Father: Name Not Known, Mother: Mabeline Miller
Profession Bahamian sprinter
Siblings Not Known
Spous N/A
Weight 70 kg
Zodiac Sign Aries


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