Bianca Williams

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Bianca Williams athletics
nation United KingdomUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
birthday 18th December 1993 (age 26)
place of birth London , UK
size 167 cm
Weight 57 kg
discipline sprint
society Enfield and Haringey Athletic Club
Trainer Lloyd Cowan
status active
Medal table
Commonwealth Games 1 × gold 0 × silver 2 × bronze
European championships 1 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
U20 European Championships 0 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
Commonwealth Games Federation logo Commonwealth Games
bronze Glasgow 2014 200 m
bronze Glasgow 2014 4 × 100 m
gold Gold Coast 2018 4 × 100 m
EAA logo European championships
silver Amsterdam 2016 4 × 100 m
gold Berlin 2018 4 × 100 m
EAA logo Junior European Championships
bronze Tallinn 2011 4 × 100 m
last change: January 5, 2019

Bianca Williams (born December 18, 1993 in London ) is a British sprinter .

Athletic career

Bianca Williams gained her first international experience at the European Junior Championships 2011 in Tallinn , where she won the bronze medal in the British 4 x 100 meter relay in 45.00 s. Two years later she made it to the finals at the U23 European Championships in Tampere in the 200-meter run, but could not finish her run there. At the 2014 IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas , she finished second with the 4 x 200 meter relay in 1: 29.61 minutes, while she was fifth with the 4 x 100 meter relay Ranked place. At the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow she was sixth in the 100-meter run in 11.31 s and won the bronze medal over 200 meters and the English 4-by-100-meter relay in 22.58 s and 43.10 s respectively . Then she was fourth over 200 meters in 22.68s at the European Championships in Zurich .

At the IAAF World Relays 2015 , the British relay reached third place in 42.84 s. In addition, she qualified this year for the World Championships in Beijing , where she finished over 200 meters in 22.87 s in the semifinals . In addition, she was used with the relay in advance ; later in the final, the British took fourth place. In 2016 she won the silver medal behind the Dutch women at the European Championships in Amsterdam with the British relay in 42.45 seconds. In 2017 she took part in the 200-meter run again at the home world championships in London and was eliminated again with 23.40 s in the semifinals . In 2018 she took part in the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham for the first time and reached the semifinals in the 60-meter run , in which she was eliminated in the semifinals with 7.26 s. In early April she was sixth in the Commonwealth Games in the Australian Gold Coast in 23.06 s and won the English season in 42.46 s. At the European Championships in Berlin in August, she was sixth over 200 meters in 22.88 s and won the British relay in 41.88 s. Then she was with the relay second at the Athletics Continental Cup in Ostrava .

Williams graduated from the University of East London with a degree in Sports Science .

Personal bests

  • 100 meters: 11.17 s (+1.0 m / s), June 14, 2014 in Geneva
    • Meter (hall): 7.26 s on February 17, 2018 in Birmingham
  • 200 meters: 22.58 s (+0.4 m / s), July 31, 2014 in Glasgow

Web links

Commons : Bianca Williams  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Result list of the U20 European Championships in Tallinn 2011
  2. ^ Result list of the U23 European Championships in Tampere 2013
  3. Results list of the European Championships in Zurich 2014
  4. ^ Result list of the European Championships in Berlin 2018