Kerron Stewart

Kerron Stewart Kerron Stewart

Parents: Daughter of Winnifred Carnegie and Fernandez Stewart Hometown: St. Catherine Education: St. Jago High, Auburn University (Majoring in adult education) June 28, 2008  

  • Kerron Stewart powered to victory in 10.80 at the National Senior Championships at the National Stadium, a time which made her the second fastest Jamaican woman ever after Merlene Ottey's 10.74 national record.

June 2007  

  • Winner of the Honda Sports Award as the nation's top collegiate female track and field athlete for 2007

2007 NCAA Champion (60m/200m) 2007 SEC Champion (60m/200m) 2007 National Indoor Track Athlete of the Year 2007 South Region Indoor Track Athlete of the Year 2007 SEC Women's Indoor Track Runner of the Year

2006 Outdoor All-American (100m/200m/4x100m relay) 2006 Indoor All-American (60m/200m/4x400m relay) 2006 SEC Outdoor Champion (100m/4x400m relay) 2006 SEC Indoor Champion (55m/200m) 2006 SEC Women's Outdoor Track Runner of the Year 2006 Mideast Region Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year 2006 South District Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year 2006 South Region Indoor Track Athlete of the Year

2005 NJCAA Indoor Championships, placed 2nd in the 60m and the 200m 2004 NJCAA Indoor Championships, Won the 60m and the 200m

2004 First-team NJCAA Outdoor All-American in the 100m  2004 and 2005 second-team in the 200m 

 

Trivia Q & A » Q. How many gold medals did the USA win? A. The U.S. world champions were LaShawn Merritt (400m), Kerron Clement (400m hurdles), (men's 4x400m relay), Dwight Phillips (long jump), Christian Cantwell (shot put), Trey Hardee (decathlon), Allyson Felix (200m), Sanya Richards (400m), (women's 4x400m relay), and Brittney Reese (long jump).

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