Saint Kitts and Nevis at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Saint Kitts And Nevis At The 2004 Summer Olympics

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Saint Kitts and Nevis at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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Saint Kitts and Nevis competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.

Results by event

Kim Collins was St. Kitts and Nevis' most notable athlete, having won the 100 metres at both the 2003 World Championships and 2002 Commonwealth Games, both firsts for his country. Collins also made the Olympic final in 2000, and repeated this feat in Athens. He led through the first half of the race, but faded back to finish 6th, one place better than in Sydney. The other St. Kitts and Nevis athlete, Tiandra Ponteen also qualified from her opening heat, but could not get past the semifinal stage.


Men's 100 metres:
  • Kim Collins
    • Round 1: 10.11 s (1st in heat 10, Qualified, 6th overall)
    • Round 2: 10.05 s (2nd in heat 4, Qualified, 7th overall) (Season Best)
    • Semifinal: 10.02 s (4th in semifinal 2, Qualified, 4th overall) (Season Best)
    • Final: 10.00 s (6th overall) (Season best)

Women's 400 metres:
  • Tiandra Ponteen
    • Round 1: 51.17 s (4th in heat 6, Qualified, 10th overall)
    • Semifinal: 51.33 s (5th in semifinal 1, did not advance, 13th overall)


  • President: Alphonso Bridgewater
  • Secretary General: Glenville Jeffers

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