2008 BEIJING OLYMPIC GAMES
2006 INDOOR: All-American and two-time all-confernce ... participated in three events and recorded personal-bests in two ... ran a 47.69 in the 400M at the UNM Invite and a 1:09.31 in the 600Y at the Wes Kittley Open ... placed fourth in the 600Y at the Big 12 Championships with a finals time of 1:09.99 ... was a member of the 4x400 relay team six times during the season, clocking NCAA provisional team times twice, and a season-best of 3:07.29 at the ISU Last Chance ... anchored the 4x400M that finished sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
2005 OUTDOOR: Two-time all-American in the 400M and 4x400M relay ... finished third in the 400M with a school-record time of 44.90 at the NCAA Championships ... member of the seventh-place 4x400M relay team at the NCAA Championships ... helped 4x400M relay team establish a school record of 3:01.69 in the preliminary round of the NCAA Championships ... all-region in the same events ... was second in the 400M at the Midwest Regional in a time of 45.29 ... helped the 4x400M relay team to a second-place finish in a time of 3:03.91 at the regional meet ... claimed three all-conference honors in the 200M, 400M and 4x400M relay ... was fourth in the 200M at the Big 12 Championships in a time of 21.04 ... ran a personal-best 20.66 in the preliminary round ... finished second in the 400M at the conference championships in a time of 45.90 ... member of the second-place 4x400M relay that ran a time of 3:04.23 at the Big 12 Championships ... helped the sprint medley relay claim Tech's fourth-straight victory in the event at Texas Relays in a school-record 3:13.06 ... at Penn Relays, helped sprint medley relay to a first-place finish in a time of 3:15.08 ... totaled 12 regional qualifying times in the 200M, 400M and 4x400M relay during the season.
2005 INDOOR: All-American, Big 12 Champion and two-time all-conference ... made one appearance on the season in the 400M, clocking a 47.99 at the Tyson Invite ... crowned Big 12 Champion in the 600Y with a time of 1:10.22, the sixth-best time in the record book ... ran a 1:10.71 in the prelims at the conference meet ... as a member of the 4x400M, ran with teams that clocked four provisional and one automatic qualifying time.
AMATEUR EXPERIENCE: Represented the Bahamas in the 2003 Pan American Games, participating in the 4x400M relay ... member of the Bahamas World Championship team ... competed at the 2004 Olympiad in Athens, representing the Bahamas, ran the third leg of the 4x400M relay team that qualified for the finals and finished sixth overall with a 3:01.8 ... member of Team Bahamas at the 2005 World Championships ... clocked a 44.9 in the open 400M ... ran the third leg of the 4x400M and clocked a 2:59.73 in the first round and a 2:57.32 in the finals ... relay team finished with a silver medal behind the American team.
SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE: Won two national titles ... in 2003, he ran the anchor leg of the champion 4x800M relay team ... during the 2004 NJCAA Championships, won a national title in the 400M in 46.07, former SPC and current Tech teammate Chris Adams placed second in 46.12 ... ran a PR of 20.87 in the 200M and a 45.79 in the 400M ... two-time team MVP and two-year captain during the 2003 and 2004 seasons.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2001 graduate of Jack Hayward high school ... member Cariffta and Junior CAC teams during the 2001 and 2002 seasons ... team MVP during the 2002 capaign ... particpated in the World Junior Event in Jamaica as a member of the 4x400M.
PERSONAL: Born 7-12-83 in Freeport, Grand Bahama to parents Icelyn Williams and the late Edmond Williams ... has four sisters: Lateka Stubs, Adriana Oliver, Cindy Williams and Paulette Williams and one brother: Everett Williams ... majoring in exercise and sport sciences.