Amber Campbell is an American hammer thrower. She lived in Tucumcari, NM from the age of 2 to age of 14. She competed at the 2005 World Championships and at the 2008 Olympic Games and 2012 Olympic Games, USA Trials champion but didn’t reach the final at the Olympics. She qualified again for the 2016 Olympics with a personal best throw of 242 feet 10 inches. She finished 6th at the 2016 Olympic Games. She competed in the 2005 World Championships and the 2010 Indoor Visa champion. In 2011 Pan American Games she won the bronze medal and in the 2013 and 2015 Pan American Games, won silver medals. In 2015 was the NACAC Champion in the hammer throw. Amber is a time USA World Championship Team Member. She owns the third best indoor weight throw in American history
While at Coastal Carolina University, Amber was the Big South Conference Women’s Track Athlete of the Year for her last three seasons. She won 16 individual conference titles and was a five time NCAA All-American in the hammer and weight throws. Amber was inducted into the Coastal Carolina Hall of Fame. Amber graduated in 2004 with a B.A. in Psychology. Works as a personal trainer when she is not training, serves as a volunteer assistant coach for throwers at Coastal Carolina University.