Kimberly Williams

Career Highlights

  • World Indoor Championships: Birmingham 2018 - Silver, Sopot 2014 - Bronze
  • Commonwealth GamesL Glasgow 2014 - Gold, Gold Coast 2018 - Gold

Biography

Event(s): TJ
Nationality: Jamaica
DOB: 03/11/1988

Kimberly Williams (born 3 November 1988) is a Jamaican triple jumper. She is a multiple time Jamaican National Champion. She was successful as a youth athlete, winning the 2003 CARIFTA Games (under 17 division) as a 14 year old. She was runner up at the 2007 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships. Later, she jumped for Florida State University and was a four time NCAA Champion. By the time she graduated in 2012, she was “the most decorated women’s track and field athlete in Florida State history.” Since then she is the reigning Commonwealth Games champion. She was a finalist in the 2016 Olympics, ranking as high as 4th after two rounds of jumping, ultimately finishing seventh.

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