Kim Collins is a retired track and field sprinter who is born on April 5, 1976. He is also the World Champion in the 100 meters in the year 2003. He represented his country at the Sumer Olympics on five occasions for 20 years and was recognized as the country’s first athlete to reach an Olympic final.
Moreover, he has played at ten editions of the World Championships in Athletes for 20 years and won five medals. Being runner-up twice in the 60 meters at the IAAF World Indoor Championships, he gains lots of attention at national and internal levels. He was a gold medalist and a silver medalist at the Commonwealth Games and the Pan American Games, respectively but at the regional level.
“Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.”― Kim Collins
“Whenever the competition is sleeping is when I shine.”― Kim Collins
“If the IAAF feel that is the right way to go for TV rights and everything, the rule will stay. As much as I want to be on the podium, tonight is a sad night for athletics.”― Kim Collins
“This is my future and I will take personal responsibility for making sure all competition requirements are met.”― Kim Collins
“I would like to thank the Commonwealth Games Federation for the very fair manner in which this matter has been dealt with.”― Kim Collins