Inger Miller

Inger Miller
Personal information
BornJune 12, 1972 (1972-06-12) (age 50)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Inger Miller (born June 12, 1972) is a retired American track and field sprinter who competed in the 100 metres and 200 m. She is the daughter of Lennox Miller, an Olympic champion runner from Jamaica.

She attended John Muir High School in Pasadena, California and later the University of Southern California. Miller was a Tournament of Roses Princess in the 1990 court. During her professional career she was a member of HSI.

She originally won the bronze medal in the 60 meters at the 1999 IAAF World Indoor Championships, but she tested positive for excessive caffeine after the race. Her results from the tournament were nullified and she received a public warning.[2]

She was 1999 World 200 m champion; 1999 World Champs 100 m silver medalist; 1996 Olympic 4 × 100 m relay gold medalist; 4 × 100 m relay gold medalist at 1997 World Champs; 2003 World Outdoor 4 × 100 m silver medalist.

Together with Jill Hawkins, Miller started Miller-Hawkins Productions, a full-service event coordinating company. The company currently operates out of offices in Altadena.

As of 2019 Miller was working as a flight attendant.


  1. ^ Teammate Kelli White was later found to have used performance-enhancing drugs and the IAAF disqualified the team.
  2. ^ Morfey, Alex (2001-10-13). Athletics: Miller failed drug test in 1999. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved on 2010-02-07.

Sporting positions
Preceded by Women's 200 m Best Year Performance
Succeeded by