|Competitor for Finland|
|EAA European Championships|
|World Cross Country Championships|
|Silver||1973 Waregem||Team race|
|Silver||1974 Monza||Individual race|
|Bronze||1974 Monza||Team race|
Siv Nina Anette Holmén (née Wärn; born September 29, 1951 in Esse) is a former Finnish long distance runner. She currently lives in Jomala. Her husband is also former elite athlete Rune Holmén and their son is Janne Holmén.
Nina Holmén won the first European Championship in women's 3000 meters running in 1974. She competed also in Olympics 1976 finishing 9th in 1500 meters running, unfortunately her best event 3000 meters was not in the Olympic schedule that time.
Nina Holmén also competed successfully in cross-country running. She won silver medal in World Cross Country Championships in 1974. In 1973 she was 10th. In addition she won two medals in team race.
- 800m 2:03,67 (Turku 4.7.1976)
- 1500m 4:06,93 (Turku 2.7.1976),
- Mile 4:38,4 (Vantaa 27.5.1976)
- 3000m 8:55,10 (Rome 2.9.1974),
- 5000m 16:04,2 (Jakobstad 30.5.1976),
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