Sinclair is one of the all time titan’s of US Road Racing with more wins and placings than any other male runner in modern road racing history. His was a career marked by consistency and longevity as a road racer. Sinclair is a native of Colorado and while at Colorado State University, Jon Sinclair set several long distance records, competed on two NCAA Cross Country teams along with the NCAA indoor nationals, and in 1979 he won two All-American awards. From 1981 to 1993, Jon Sinclair won 25 long distance road races, including such high profile races as the Columbus Marathon, Cherry Blossom 10 Miler, Utica Boilermaker 15k, the Peachtree Road Race, and Bloomsday 12k among others.
In 1984 he was the USA National 10,000 meter track champion and a finalist for the 5,000 meters in the 1984 Olympic Trials along with qualifying for both 1988 and 1992 Olympic Marathon Trials. He is the former U.S. record holder for the 5km and 12km on the roads. Among numerous international team-racing achievements, Jon Sinclair is the all time cumulative men’s point leader in the Runner’s World Road Race Rankings. In 1995, he co-founded Anaerobic Management, an internet based coaching business he runs with his wife Kim Jones.