Abby Steiner is a University of Kentucky student-athlete.

Abby Steiner attended Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio, where she grew up. She is a well-known track and field sprinter and a Human Health Sciences major at the University of Kentucky.

Abby Steiner Career

Abby Steiner, a senior sprinter for the University of Kentucky, ran the sixth-fastest 100-meter dash in collegiate history in 10.92 seconds and the fastest 200m with a headwind over 1.7 m/s in NCAA history during the Joe May Invitational at Louisiana State University.

Abby Steiner of the University of Kentucky has collegiate records in both the 200 and 100 meters dashes.

Abby had another amazing weekend at university, and many people on social media are now curious about her and her achievements.

Abby Steiner  Career Accolades

  • American, Collegiate, SEC and Kentucky record-holder in the indoor 200m (22.09)

  • Collegiate, SEC and Kentucky record-holder in the and 300m (35.80)

  • 2x NCAA Indoor 200m Champion (2021, 2022)

  • NCAA Indoor 60m Runner-Up (2022)

  • First team All-American in the 60m (2020, 2022), 200m (2020, 2021, 2022) and 4x400m relay (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)

  • 3x SEC Indoor 200m Champion (2020, 2021, 2022)

  • SEC 60m and 4x400m Bronze Medalist (2022)

  • SEC Indoor 4x400m Silver Medalist (2021)

  • USTFCCCA Women’s Track Athlete of the Year (2022)

  • 3x USTFCCCA Athlete of the Week

  • USTFCCCA Southeast Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year (2020, 2022)

  • SEC Indoor Scholar Athlete of the Year (2022)

  • SEC Indoor Women’s Runner of the Year (2022)

  • 3x SEC Women’s Runner of the Week

  • SEC Indoor All-Freshman team (200m, 2019)

  • School record-holder in the 60m, indoor 200m, 300m and 4x400m

Abby Steiner Olympic Records

At the LSU-hosted Joe May Invitational 2022 on Saturday, Abby Steiner of Kentucky ran a world-leading 10.92 in the women’s 100m and then ran 22.38 into a -5.6 m/s in the 200m.

Steiner, who is coming off an outstanding indoor season in which she set the NCAA 200m record, continued her impressive indoor form into her outdoor season, breaking 11 seconds for the first time in her career with a strong finish.



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