Hannah Fields

Seeking joy in every stage of this journey
Edmond, OK Oklahoma Baptist University Seattle, WA

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Hi there!  I am on a journey to glorify God with this gift of running!  I am excited to build relationships through the sport with fans, teammates, and competitors.  My goals are to learn, inspire, and have a ton of fun!


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OU XC / T&F Completes Staff, Announces Title Changes
Hannah Fields on Eating Disorder Treatment
A Pro Runner’s Eating Disorder Struggle Isn’t Over—and That’s Why She’s Sharing Her Story Now

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Hannah Fields

"I was an NAIA athlete that was hardly recruited by any big universities out of high school." From Edmond, OK, Hannah attended Edmond North High School. She admits to having hated running, saying, "I hated the nerves and pain, and above all, I was terrified of failing." This did not stop her from choosing Oklahoma Baptist University to continue her running career. It was there that she found her love for the sport and set the NAIA on fire with her consistent podium finishes and championships…

About Hannah

  • Coach: Danny Mackey
  • Agent: Chris Layne
  • Training group: Brooks Beasts Track Club
  • Philanthropic involvement: Mary's Place
  • Special skills: Exceptionally talented at making weird, contorted facial expressions
  • Favorite foods: Bacon
  • Hobbies: reading, drawing, watching Netflix
  • Favorite TV show: The Office
  • Favorite movie: Forrest Gump
  • Dream vacation: New Zealand
  • Favorite place to compete: New York City (I haven't competed overseas yet!)
  • Favorite holiday: Fourth of July
  • Warm up song: Humble by: Kendrick Lamar
  • After competition indulgence: Ice cream
  • Highschool PR: 1600m- 5:19 | 800m- 2:12
  • Spouse: Ryon Fields
Through college, I struggled with an eating disorder, and all the repercussions that come from it. This has been one of the biggest obstacles in my life thus far. My goal is to use this trial and help others going through the same battle.  That being said, I want to be bold and transparent with the process and show that there is hope and freedom in recovery!

Team Hannah:

RT @OU_Track: 𝘼𝙣𝙖𝙨𝙨 𝙈𝙜𝙝𝙖𝙧𝙞 ‼️ @mghari_anass1 grabs first in the men's 800-meter run, clocking a 1:49.34! #BoomerSooner ☝💨 https://t.co/rJ

RT @OU_Track: 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙪𝙥 👏 Anass Mghari grabs second with a PR at 1:48.70 to move to No. 8 in OU history, while @FernieMorales1 takes sixt…