Hanna Miller was born in Los Angeles, CA and raised in the San Fernando Valley. She has been swimming competitively since the age of 10 years old at Canyons Aquatic Club in Santa Clarita, CA under Bruce Patmos and Jeff Conwell.
During her years at Canyons Aquatic Club, she attended Junior Olympics, All-Stars, Sectionals, Swim Meet of Champions, qualified for three Southern California Zones, broke multiple team records, was named Most Improved Swimmer and Most Dedicated Swimmer, was ranked top 16 nationally in multiple relays, and even qualified for the 2004 Conoco Phillips Spring National Championships.
In her high school years, she was team captain for two years, broke multiple school records, placed top 3 in all of her events at City CIF, and was named MVP four years in a row.
In 2005, she attended the University of California, Santa Cruz and graduated with a BA in Anthropology with a focus on Physical Anthroplogy. During the four years at UCSC, she was a 4-Time All-Conference Swimmer, named "Most Valuable Rookie," awarded the "Hardest Working Athlete," and currently holds multiple team records.
After graduating from UCSC in 2009, Hanna moved back to her native hometown of Los Angeles to become a swim instructor at Canyons Aquatic Swim School teaching lessons to 3-11 year olds from 2009-2010. In addition, she was an assistant to the head coach, Jeff Conwell, for Senior Blue and Senior Gold levels at Canyons Aquatic Club. In 2012, she joined Los Angeles Swim Club and continued to help young children become better in the sport of swimming.
When Hanna is not on the pool deck, she loves to spend time with her two children and husband. She loves to travel, iced lattes, going to the beach, and is a big foodie.