Camille Herron (born December 25, 1981) is an American ultramarathon runner. She is the first and only athlete to win all three of the International Association of Ultrarunners' 50K, 100K, and 24 Hour World Championships. She won the 2017 Comrades Marathon and holds several world-best times at ultramarathon distances, along with the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in a superhero costume. She is known for running with her hair down, drinking beer, and eating tacos during ultramarathons. In November 2017, she broke Ann Trason's 100-mile road best by over an hour.
Herron has overcome multiple challenges in her life, including injuries as a young runner and her family losing their home in the 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak. In February 2019 she won the Tarawera 100 Miler in Rotorua, New Zealand in a new course record of 17:20:52 just two weeks after surviving a rollover car accident.
According to the International Association of Ultrarunners and Ultrarunning Magazine she holds the World Best performances at the following distances and surfaces: