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  Kimberly Walker
Kimberly Walker

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Trinidad and Tobago

High School:
Polytechnic Government

Event:
Sprints


2003 All-ACC Honoree

Collegiate Bests: 60m (7.72), 100m (11.68), 200m (24.15)

2004 : Outdoor - Represented her country and Florida State at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, as a leg of the 4x100m relay for Trinidad & Tobago... this season she expanded her portfolio to include being among the best on the Seminole squad in the 100m dash and as the anchor leg of the 4x100m relay... capitalized on two seasons of experience, spending the majority of the indoor and outdoor seasons on the Atlantic Coast Conference's top ten performances list... ended the season with the third fastest 100m dash time and the sixth best 200m mark among the ACC schools... anchored a 4x100m relay that came in less than a second behind conference leaders Georgia Tech and N.C. State... set a personal record in the 100m and 200m dashes at the East Regional, posting an 11.56 and a 23.79... won the 100m and 200m event titles at the Florida dual meet, to help the Seminoles oust the Gators for the fi rst time in 20 years... also picked up wins at the FSU Relays and the Snowbird Invitational. Indoor - Top sprinter for Florida State... fi nished fi fth in the 60m dash at the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships... took third place at the Adidas Invite in the 200m dash in a time of 24.53,,, fi nished in the top ten in the 200m dash at the Clemson Invite and the Florida Intercollegiate... fi nished fourth in the 55m dash at the Florida Intercollegiate meet...

Senior Kimberly Walker


2003: Outdoor - Was the top performer for the Seminoles in the 100m dash this season...recorded a personal best time of 11.68 at the Yellow Jacket Invite to qualify for the NCAA East Regional Championships....placed 17th at the regional meet in the 100m in a time of 11.87...her time was the fourth fastest in the conference...sprinted to a fi fth place fi nish at the ACC Outdoor Championships in a time of 11.90...posted victories in the 100m dash at the Snowbird Invitational, FAMU Relays and FSU Relays...ran a leg on the 4x100m that captured the conference crown at the ACC Outdoor Championships in a time of 44.98 to earn All-ACC honors. Indoor - Registered the fastest time on the team in the 55m dash (7.20) in Gainesville, Fla. at the Gator Invitational...competed in both the 60m and 200m dash events at the ACC Indoor Championships...placed 10th in the 60m dash in a time of 7.72, while placing 20th in the 200m (25.39) at the conference meet...attained a season best fi nish of sixth at the Purple Tiger Invite in the 200m.

2002: Outdoor - Earned All-ACC team honors...helped the 4x100 relay team to an ACC championship with a time of 44.58 and the 4x400 relay team to a fi fth-place fi nish in the ACCs at 3.43.69... ran in the 100m and 200m dashes at the ACC meet...competed in the 100m and earned a season-best time of 11.84 at the FSU Three-Way meet...her best 200m time of 24.94 came in the FSU Twilight meet...top 400m dash mark of 1:01.16 came in the FSU Season Opener. Indoor - Top performer for the women's squad in the 55m, 60m and 200m dash...achieved a season-best time of 25.13 in the 200m dash at the ACC Indoor Championships' preliminary round ...she posted a season-best time in the 60m dash of 7.71...

,b/> Prep: Was named the Trinidad & Tobago 1999 National Under 17 Most Outstanding Female Athlete...also captured Most Improved Athlete in her running club, the Memphis Pioneers...participated in the 2000 Central American Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico, posting a personal-best time of 11.78 in the 100m... from 1997-2000 was the Champion Sprinter in her schools (Sixth Form and Diego Martin Secondary School) in both the 100m and 200m.

Personal: Daughter of Ernest and Juliet Walker...born January 20, 1983...majoring in geology.

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