Kim Collins runs world leading time in Poland
Sports Page — Veteran sprinter Kim Collins of St Kitts ran a world leading and season best 6.48 seconds to win the men’s 60 meters final at the Copernicus Cup Indoor track meeting in Poland on Tuesday 3rd February.
Collins who was been to eight world championships, seem to have pulled up with an injury after coming through the line, and was hopping on his way to the mixed zone.
Meanwhile another Caribbean sprinter Daniel bailey of Antigua was sixth in the event, after stopping the clock at 6.68 seconds.
Just last weekend Collins ran the same time in which he won on Tuesday, at the Russian IAAF Winter Indoor meeting, beating American Mike Rodgers and Racers Track Club runner Daniel Bailey.