Dickinson, ND- Former Dickinson State great Ramon Miller of the Bahamas will be competing for his country in the 2017 World Championships on August 12th and 13th in London. Miller returns
to the stadium where he and his teammates captured the first gold medal in the history of
their country when they won the gold for the Bahamas in the 4x400 relay.
Miller is a 2010 graduate of Dickinson State University. During Miller's decorated career
as a Blue Hawk, he was a five time individual national champion in the 200 and 400 meters
and was an eight time All-American in the relay events. He was named the NAIA outstanding track
and field athlete at the NAIA championships in 2009.
"We are very excited for Ramon as he returns to London", explained his former DSU coach
Pete Stanton. "Ramon has battled some injuries the past few years and has been unable to
compete so he is looking forward to competing in the world championships again. Ramon was
one of our all- time great runners and it is special to still see him competing at the world level. "
The Bahamas team will run heats on Saturday and the final will be on Sunday, August 13.