Carrie Tollefson

Carrie Tollefson

Carrie Tollefson (born January 18, 1977 in Dawson, Minnesota) is an American middle distance runner who was on the US 2004 Summer Olympic team.

Tollefson ran collegiately at Villanova University where she won the 1997 NCAA Cross Country Championships and the 1999 NCAA Outdoor and Indoor 3000 meters and Outdoor 5000 meters. She graduated from Villanova with a communications degree in 1999. At the US Olympic Trials in 2004, she won the 1500 meters. She competed in the 2004 Summer Games, making it to the semis in the 1500 meters. In 2004, she was ranked #1 nationally by Track and Field News.

Recently, she won the 3000 meters at the 2006 US Indoor National Championships and was ranked #5 nationally at the end of the season.


* [ USA Track and Field Bio]
* [ Team USA Minnesota Bio]
* [ 2004 Olympic Results]

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