SPANISH TOWN, Jamaica – Kim Collins is very happy with his opening performance of 2016.
Collins, who turns 40 in April, confirmed his shape with fast 6.53 (+2.0m/s) over 60m outdoors at the Central Hurdles and Relays held at GC Foster College on Saturday, January 23.
“This was my first race and I think I did exceptionally well,” said Collins.
Oshane Bailey was second best in 6.65.
Collins, who travels in a few days to Europe for his first indoor meet in Dusseldorf, spoke about his outing on Saturday.
“I have never opened that fast before, but the outdoor is different elements as oppose to indoor,” explained Collins of St. Kitts and Nevis.
In women 60m, Jamaican Gayon Evans raced home in 7.19secs over Audrea Segree 7.23 (+1.1m/s).