Anna Camp-Bennett

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Courtesy Nate Edwards/BYU

Anna Camp-Bennett is an elite distance runner with Brigham Young University. She will complete her final year in 2022.

She won the 1500m in the NCAA Division I Championships in June 2021 with a time of 4:08.53, also a personal best. Anna’s title helped the BYU women to a 10th-place finish at the national meet, the Cougars' best finish since 2005.

She qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials.

In March 2021 she was a key contributor to the BYU cross country team’s NCAA championship win. Their victory marked the fifth all-time national title for the Cougar women runners, and the first since 2003. Anna was numbered 11th overall.

Anna grew up in Fillmore, Utah, where she also played soccer and basketball. She was a three-time 2A state champion in cross country and 800; a two-time state champion in 400 and 1600; one-time in the 3200; and 2A soccer MVP.

She is married to Kieran Bennett.