Connor Fields


Connor Fields
Connor Fields

Date of Birth: September 14, 1992
Height: 6'0"/1.8m
Weight: 195 lbs./88 kg./13.9 st.
Place of Birth: Plano, Texas
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada
Residence: Henderson, Nevada
Team/Sponsor: Chase Bicycles/Monster Energy
High School: Green Valley H.S. (Henderson, Nev.) '10
College: UNLV
Major: Business
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World Championship Results

  • 1st place — 2013 UCI BMX World Championships, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 30th place - 2012 UCI BMX World Championships, Birmingham, U.K.
  • 1st place - 2012 UCI BMX World Championships, time trial, Birmingham, U.K.
  • 7th place — 2011 UCI BMX World Championships, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 8th place — 2010 UCI BMX World Championships, junior men, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
  • 2nd place — 2007 BMX World Championships, junior 15-16 boys, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • 3rd place — 2006 BMX World Championships, junior 13-14 boys, Sao Paolo, Brazil

National Championship Experience

  • 2nd place - 2013 USA Cycling BMX National Championships, elite men, Chula Vista, Calif.
  • 2012 USA Cycling BMX National Champion, elite men, Chula Vista, Calif.
  • 2008 USA Cycling National BMX Champion, 16 (age group) boys, DeSoto, Texas

Career Highlights

  • 1st place - 2012 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #2, Randaberg, Norway
  • 1st place - 2012 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #1, Chula Vista, California
  • 1st place — 2011 Pan American Games, Guadalajara, Mexico, BMX
  • 1st place — 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #5, Chula Vista, Calif.
  • 9th place — 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #4, London, Great Britain
  • 10th place overall - 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup overall
  • 2nd place — 2010 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #1, Madrid, Spain
  • 3rd place — 2010 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #5, Frejus, France
  • 3rd place overall — 2010 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup series
  • 3rd place — 2009 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup #4, Chula Vista, California

Points of Interest

  • Connor was elected twice by his high school classmates to represent them in the annual Boy Band Assembly at Green Valley High School. In four minutes, he and four others had to perform any sort of dance they wanted, which would be judged by the teachers. Connor participated both in his junior and senior year and won not just once, but twice.


A flyer advertising the local BMX track captured the attention of Connor's mother, Lisa, back in 1999 when she stopped in at the bike shop near their home in Las Vegas. She must have thought that BMX would at least interest her 7-year-old son if not provide a reasonably safe, enclosed area where he could spend some energy for a while. Turns out she was spot on in her hunch and Connor has evolved into a world-class racer. If it was his mother that launched the notion of BMX racing, it has been his father, Mike, who has managed the dream by tirelessly shuttling Connor to practice and races, by filming races that he and Connor can review later, and by sacrificing a lot just so his son could race BMX.
Connor enjoyed banner years in 2009-10, claiming three podium finishes at World Cup races while still in high school, where he lived a double life as a normal American teenager. His friends don't race so when he's not training, riding or racing, he likes to spend time with them by going snowboarding in nearby southern Utah or going to the movies.Connor went on to graduate high school in 2010 and enjoy a string of three consecutive world cup podium finishes and a national championship through 2012. He added back-to-back world championships in the time trial in 2012 and 2013, capturing those titles in Birmingham, United Kingdom and Auckland, New Zealand.
Occasionally Connor will throw some friendly jabs at Olympic bronze medalist, Donny Robinson, but rejects the suggestion that there's any mean-spirited rivalry between the two. Despite the remarks (from both sides), Donny and Connor have dance performing in common and both have proven talents in that area.

Connor has been studying at UNLV since 2012. He is scuba certified and was voted Most Likely to Travel the Globe in high school, where he was also named Homecoming King. Connor is also involved in the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

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