Nikki Hiltz

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Nikki Hiltz
Nikki Hiltz and Dominique Scott in Boston (cropped) - Nikki Hiltz.jpg
Nikki Hiltz running the Back Bay Mile at the Adidas Boost Boston Games in 2019.
Date of birth October 23, 1994
Nationality American
Pronouns they/them[1]
Gender identity nonbinary[1], genderfluid[2]
Occupation Professional runner

Nikki Hiltz is a mid-distance runner from Aptos, California. Hiltz attended Aptos High School, where in 2012 they won the CIF California State Championship in the 1600 meters. Hiltz is a 6 time NCAA Division I All-American.

They came out as transgender and nonbinary in an Instagram post on Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31) 2021.[2]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

« The word I use currently to describe my gender is non-binary. The best way I can explain my gender is as fluid. Sometimes I wake up feeling like a powerful queen and other days I wake up feeling as if I'm just a guy being a dude, and other times I identify outside of the gender binary entirely. It's complicated and complex and something I'm still trying to navigate myself, but I've decided it's time to share my gender fluidity with you all. Posting this is both exciting and terrifying but I am and always will be a firm believer that vulnerability and visibility are essential in creating social change and acceptance. So here I am, once again, coming out of a closet to be my true authentic self.

• Today I can be visible because of the many Trans folks who have paved the way for me. So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you and happy trans day of visibility to my beautiful and powerful trans family [2]

»

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Champion Runner, Nikki Hiltz, Comes As Trans and Nonbinary". Out.com. 5 April 2021. Retrieved 23 July 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Hiltz, Nikki (March 31, 2021). "COMING OUT as transgender, non-binary". Retrieved 23 July 2021.
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