Erik Nedeau

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Erik Nedeau
Medal record
Men's Athletics
Competitor for the  United States
World Indoor Championships
Bronze 1995 Barcelona 1500 m

Erik Nedeau born August 30, 1971, is a former international class middle-distance runner.

Early life and education[edit]

Nedeau grew up in Kennebunk, Maine and graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 1994.

Achievements[edit]

At the 5th IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics, held in Barcelona, Spain in March 1995, Erik Nedeau won the Bronze Medal in the 1500 meters with a time of 3:44.91. He finished third less than half a second behind 1500 world record holder Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (3:44.54) and Mateo Cañellas of Spain (3:44.85)[1]

US Rankings according to Track and Field News

800 meters: 1992 7th, 1994 10th, 1995 8th.

1500 meters: 1994 7th, 1995 5th, 1996 6th.

Personal bests[edit]

800 meters: 1:46.19, 1000 meters: 2:19.18, 1500 meters: 3:38.24, One Mile: 3:57

Current activity[edit]

Nedeau is currently head coach of cross country and track at Amherst College.

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