|birthday||23rd August 1986 (age 34)|
|place of birth||Saint Mary Parish , Jamaica|
|discipline||400 meter run|
|Best performance||50.14 s|
|society||MVP Track & Field Club|
|last change: March 25, 2019|
Christine Day gained her first international experience at the U23 NACAC championships in 2008 in Toluca de Lerdo , where she won the gold medal in the Jamaican 4 x 400 meter relay in 3: 27.46 minutes. The following year she qualified for the World Championships in Berlin , where she was eliminated in the semifinals with 53.46 s. At the 2012 Olympic Games in London , she also reached the semi-finals in the individual competition and was eliminated there with 51.19 s. With the Jamaican team, she originally placed third in 3: 20.95 minutes. Due to the disqualification of the Russian team in 2017, the Jamaican team advanced to silver . With the relay, she also took part in the 2013 World Athletics Championships , but was disqualified there in the preliminary stages. At the IAAF World Relays 2014 in the Bahamas , she contributed to the second place of the Jamaican team through her efforts in the run-up. In July she won the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 3: 23.82 min with the relay and won the bronze medal over 400 meters in 51.09 s behind her compatriots Stephenie Ann McPherson and Novlene Williams-Mills , after the original winner Amantle Montsho had been disqualified for doping. Then she also won the Athletics Continental Cup in Marrakech with the America relay in 3: 20.93 min.
In 2015, the Jamaicans finished second at the World Relays with 3: 22.49 minutes. She qualified again for the World Championships in Beijing and set a new personal best with 50.14 s in the final and just missed a medal in fourth. With the season in the cast Day, Shericka Jackson , Stephenie Ann McPherson and Novlene Williams-Mills, she won the gold medal in 3: 19.13 minutes before the US season. In 2016 she again took part in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro . In the individual competition she reached the semifinals , in which she was eliminated with 51.53 s and with the relay she won the silver medal behind the US team again with 3: 22.38 min in the final . At the IAAF World Relays 2017 , she contributed to third place among the Jamaicans through her efforts in the run-up.
In 2018 she participated again in the Commonwealth Games in the Australian Gold Coast , where she was again victorious with the relay in 3: 24.00 min. In August she was fifth at the NACAC Championships in Toronto in 53.04 s and won the silver medal behind the United States in 3: 27.25 min.
In 2015, Day became the Jamaican champion in the 400-meter run.
- 400 meters: 50.14 s, August 27, 2015 in Beijing
- 400 meters (hall): 56.48 s, February 28, 2011 in Fargo
- Christine Day in the database of World Athletics (English)
- Christine Day in the database of Sports-Reference (English; archived from the original )
- Steve Landells: My greatest challenge - Christine Day ( English ) IAAF. February 27, 2017. Retrieved March 25, 2019.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Jamaican sprinter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||23rd August 1986|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Saint Mary Parish|