Following the announcement that Christian Coleman and Andre De Grasse will compete at the Muller Anniversary Games, eight other world-class sprinters have been confirmed for the 100m at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in London on 21-22 July.
Kim Collins is among the latest additions. The Legendary sprinter will be making his final appearance on UK soil. The 2003 world champion has competed in the UK on more than 50 occasions.
Collins recently announced his retirement from International Competiton . This track European Track Season will be his final. The 42 Year old Master World Record Holder over 100m will treat the season as his farewell tour.
The evergreen sprinter from St. Kitts and Nevis gave some insight into his upcoming final season after running 10.37 at the Jamaica Invitational on Saturday, 19 May 2018.
The 2003 World 100m champion explained his plans for the rest of the 2018 season. He made three Olympic Games finals and won Five World Championships medals.
Collins has personal best times of 9.93, which is also St. Kitts and Nevis’ national record, 6.48 (60m), 15.03 (150m), 9.29 (100y).