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Angela Chalmers was born on 6 September, 1963 in Canadian, is a Canadian retired track and field athlete.

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Born6 September 1963
Birthday6 September
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2001

In 2001, Chalmers was inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as the British Columbia Hall of Fame. She was a recipient of the National Aboriginal Achievement Award, now the Indspire Awards, in the sports category in 1995. In addition to her successful career, Chalmers was also a spokeswoman. She is of Sioux descent, and used her platform as a professional runner to speak out about Aboriginal peoples. She was inducted into the Athletics Canada Hall of Fame in 2019.

1996

In 1996, just before the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Chalmers retired from her career as a Canadian track and field athlete due to a calf injury.

1994

In the year 1990, Chalmers won two Commonwealth Games titles in Auckland, New Zealand, winning both the 1500 meter race and the 3000 meter race in a World leading time of 8:38.38. At the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, she won a bronze medal in the 3000 metres behind Yelena Romanova and Tatyana Dorovskikh. In 1994 in Victoria, Canada, she retained her Commonwealth 3000 m title in a personal best time of 8:32.17, placing her third on the 1994 World rankings (she did not compete in the 1500 meters). She remains the only woman in the history of the Commonwealth Games to successfully defend the 3000 m race. On September 3, 1994, she won the Grand Prix Final of the Women’s 1500 meters held in France with a personal best time of 4:01.61. At the height of her career, Chalmers was ranked as one of the top three middle distance runners in the world.

1985

Born in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, Chalmers was always an avid runner. She competed with the Canadian National Jr. Track Team, eventually receiving a scholarship to Northern Arizona University. Chalmers first appeared on the international stage in 1985 in Kobe, Japan at the Universiade, where she finished third in the 3,000 metres. The following year in Arizona, she won the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships for Northern Arizona University. She won the Honda Sports Award as the nation’s best female collegiate cross country runner in 1987. This was followed in 1987 with a second place at the Pan American Games in the 3000 meters, in Indianapolis. She finished 14th in the 3000 metres final at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

1963

Angela Chalmers (born September 6, 1963) is a Canadian retired track and field athlete who competed in the 1500 metres and 3000 metres. She is the 1992 Olympic bronze medallist in the 3000 metres, and a three-time Commonwealth gold medallist, winning the 1500m and 3000m in 1990, and the 3000m in 1994.