Kim Graham

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Kim Graham
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Olympic games
gold 1996 Atlanta 4 × 400 m
World championships
gold 1995 Gothenburg 4 × 400 m
silver 1997 Athens 4 × 400 m

Kimberly Elaine "Kim" Graham-Miller (born March 26, 1971 in Durham ) is a former American sprinter who specializes in the 400-meter run . She celebrated her greatest successes with the US 4 x 400 meter relay .

In 1995 she won the gold medal at the World Championships in Gothenburg . She was the starting runner in the relay with Rochelle Stevens , Camara Jones and Jearl Miles-Clark , which relegated the teams from Russia and Australia to the places in 3: 22.29 min .

A year later at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta , she became Olympic champion. In the line-up of Rochelle Stevens Maicel Malone-Wallace , Kim Graham and Jearl Miles-Clark, the US season beat the seasons from Nigeria and Germany in a time of 3: 20.91 minutes .

At the 1997 World Championships in Athens , the US relay failed to defend its world title. With a time of 3: 21.03 min, Maicel Malone-Wallace, Kim Graham, Kim Batten , Jearl Miles-Clark were only 9 hundredths of a second behind the victorious German season around Anke Feller , Uta Rohländer , Anja Rücker and Grit Breuer .

Kim Graham had a competition weight of 58 kg with a height of 1.63 m. She comes from a sporty family. Her younger brother Jay Graham played American football in the NFL .

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