Steven Solomon (born 16 May 1993) is an Australian sprinter. He is a three-time defending Australian 400 metres champion.


Solomon attended Cranbrook School, Sydney. Solomon, who is Jewish, planned to follow his father, a South African-born orthopedic surgeon, into medicine after accepting an athletic scholarship at Stanford University.[2][3]


After breaking the 30-year-old national junior record in the 400 metres in 2011, Solomon was part of the Australian squad in the 4 × 400 metres relay at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics.[4] He competed in the finals in the 2012 Summer Olympic, placing eight in the Men's 400 m race.

Solomon competed for Australia in the Maccabiah Games, the "Jewish Olympics", as captain of the junior soccer team in 2009 and 2013.[3][5]


Representing  Australia
2010Oceania Youth ChampionshipsSydney, Australia1st4 × 400 m relay3:20.10
World Junior ChampionshipsMoncton, New Brunswick, Canada11th (h)4 × 400 m relay3:11.19