Nic Cheuvront

Nic  Cheuvront


Parkersburg, W.V.

High School:


800m | 1500m

Personal-Best Marks – 800m: 1:54.75a | 1500m: 3:52.80

SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016-17: Competed in the 800-meter run during three indoor meets...recorded a career-best time of 1:54.75 (adjusted for altitude) to finish ninth at the Air Force Invitational...added a top-five finish in that event at the Adams State Qualifier (fifth, 1:57.13a)...also ran the mile twice, posting a season-best time of 4:17.83a at the Potts Invitational...competed in the 1500-meter run during four outdoor meets...clocked a personal-best time of 3:52.80 at Johnson/Joyner Kersee Invitational...ran the third leg of the 4x800-meter relay that won the Baldy Castillo Classic (7:43.95).

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015-16: Ran on the 4x800-meter relay that clocked the second-fastest time in Academy history (7:29.14) to finish third at the Drake Relays...competed in the 800-meter run twice during the outdoor season...clocked a personal-best time of 1:55.35 at the Michael Johnson Classic...also raced in that event during four indoor meets...clocked an indoor-best time of 1:56.68 (adjusted for altitude) at the Air Force Invitational...finished third in that event (1:58.54a) at the Air Force Open.

HIGH SCHOOL: Parkersburg High School...earned all-state cross country honors in 2014...West Virginia state champion in the 1600-meter run as a senior...high point winner at the 2015 state championships...member of the 4x400-meter relay that claimed the state title in 2014...also competed in swimming...champion in the 200 free relay as a senior.

PERSONAL: Full first name is Nicholas...goes by Nic...nickname is “Sarge”...son of Steve and Jenean Cheuvront...has two older siblings...majoring in management...future plans include becoming a pilot...named to the Athletic Director’s List...hobbies include sleeping, being a scholar, Netflix and taking financial advice from teammates...taught young sophomores how to survive by eating grasshoppers, climbing trees and evading attackers while working Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) over the summer...also learned how to be a warrior during Operation Air Force at Fairchild AFB, Wash., and spent three weeks as an aeronautical engineering while taking an academic class...member of Cadet Squadron 26.

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