Craig David Huffer (born 27 October 1989) is an Australian sub-4 minute miler. He is best known as having the fastest 1500 metre/mile times of all NCAA recruits for the 2010/11 season and choosing a small division II school Adams State University, over large division I institutions.
In 2008 as an 18-year-old Huffer won the Leonara Golden Gift, the richest mile race in Australia.
In 2009 as a 19-year-old Huffer placed 3rd at the 2009 Australian Athletics Championships in Brisbane, and recorded 3:39.98 at the Sydney Track Classic to rank the fourth fastest Australian junior ever over the 1500 meters.
In 2010 he became the 47th ever Australian to run a sub-4 mile in Nashville, USA, and went onto run a 1500 meter personal best of 3:36.35 at the Reunion Internacional Ciudad de Barcelona, to rank 15th on the all-time Australian senior list. He represented Australia at the 2008 World Junior Championships and was the only Australian track athlete to achieve an A-qualifying mark in 2010 not be selected for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
A foot injury sidelined Huffer from the 2011 outdoor track season. In October 2011 turned professional joining the Very Nice Track Club to train under Ron Warhurst in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A persistent hip injury plagued Huffer's 2012 London Olympic preparations. He finally made a full return to racing in August 2012 by winning the mile event at Folksham Challenge meeting in Molndal, Sweden and went onto post a new personal best of 1:47.73 over the 800 meters at the Copenhagen Athletic Games two weeks later. Huffer finished off his 2012 season with a 4th placing at the "world's most prestigious road mile" The Fifth Avenue Mile in New York, USA, recording a time of 3:53.5.
- pl:Reunion Internacional Ciudad de Barcelona 2010