Berlin, Germany (September 6th 2015):- Kim Collins signature Bullet Start earned him yet another scintillating victory in Berlin at the ISATF. The 39 year Old Caribbean Sprint Legend led the race from start to finish . France’s Jimmy Vicaut and Chris Lematurie rounded up the top 3.
Collins continues to defy all odds. He is the oldest currently on the professional circuit and is the fastest sprinter in history over the age of 35.
– 18 years ago, Kim Collins made the 100m semi-finals of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics.
– 11 years ago, with world gold in Paris, he became the first person from Saint Kitts and Nevis to win a global title in any sport.
– Five years ago, he retired.
– Three years ago, he won his sixth and seventh world sprint medals at the Daegu 2011 World Championships.
– Last year, aged 38, he ran a personal best 9.96 through the centre of London.