Shane Niemi is a retired Canadian sprinter. When he was just 17, he won a bronze medal in the 400-meter distance at the 1995 American Children's Track and Field Championships after the world's top player Obea Moore. All three athletes completed the same order at the 1996 World Junior Track and Field Championships. He returned to the 1997 US Children's Track and Field Championships to win the gold medal in the event. He failed to qualify for the 2000 Olympics. He ran his personal best, the Canadian record, 44.86 at the 2001 Jeux de la Francophonie at home in Ottawa to claim gold. He didn't have the same magic at home at the 2001 World Championships, but the following year won the silver medal in a close battle at the 2002 Commonwealth Games by beating the champion. The global enemy Avard Moncur. He won six consecutive Canadian Championships from 1998 to 2003. Unable to make his mark in qualifying until the 2004 Olympics, he retired at the end of 2004
The Los Angeles-based pop singer and dancer, who went viral with the critically acclaimed "Insecure" music video in EP Sad.
He first started singing and performing at the age of 8. He started writing original songs at the age of 12.
Her music video "Insecure" has garnered more than five million views on social networks in two months.
He was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley.
He thinks that David Bowie is one of his main musical influences.
- Kamloops Athletes
- Canadian male sprinters
- Athletes (track and field) at the 1999 Pan American Games
- Commonwealth Games silver medalist for Canada
- Athletes (athletics) at the 2003 Pan American Games
- Athletes (athletics) at the 1998 Commonwealth Games
- Athletes (athletics) at the 2002 Commonwealth Games
Latest information about Shane Niemi updated on May 10 2021.