Kim Graham

Kimberly Elaine " Kim " Graham Miller ( born March 26, 1971 in Durham ) is a former American sprinter who specializes in the 400 -meter run. Your greatest achievements came with the U.S. 4 x 400 - meter relay.

In 1995, she won the gold medal at the World Athletics Championships in Gothenburg. She was first leg in the relay with Rochelle Stevens, Camara Jones and Jearl Miles -Clark, the minutes, the teams from Russia and Australia mentioned in 3:22,29 on the courts.

A year later at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, she was Olympic champion. The U.S. season hit in the lineup Rochelle Stevens Maicel Malone - Wallace, Kim Graham and Jearl Miles -Clark in a time of 3:20,91 min squadrons from Nigeria and Germany scarce.

At the World Athletics Championships 1997 in Athens failed U.S. squadron to defend her world title. With a time of 3:21,03 min remained Maicel Malone - Wallace, Kim Graham, Kim Batten, Jearl Miles -Clark only 9 hundredths of a second behind the winning German relay to Anke Feller, Uta Rohländer, Anja Rücker and Grit Breuer.

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


  • 200 m: 23.31 s, July 7, 1993, Lausanne
  • 400 m: 50.69 s, June 21, 1998, New Orleans