Molly Killingbeck's Life

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Born in Jamaica.

1959

Came to Canada from Jamaica at the age of 13.

1972

Watched the Montreal Olympics as a 16 year old.

1976

Represented Canada as a runner in major international competitions.

1980 - 1988

Made it onto her first national team.

1980

Her relay team won the 4x400m relay at Pacific Conference Game in Australia

1982

Used performance enhancing steroids and admitted to it.

1982 - 1983

Her relay team placed 4th in the 4x400m at the World Championships in Helsinki.

1983

Her relay team won a silver medal in 4x400m relay race at the L.A. Games.

1984

Graduated from York University with a degree in sociology.

1985

Dropped the baton in the relay race at the Seoul Olympics.

1988

Coached a men's 4x100m relay team at the Atlanta Olympics and won gold.

1996

Settles down to have a family .

1999

Coaches at the international level.

2004

Chair / Director of Educational Activity at Pencils for Kids

2005 - 2014

Inducted into the Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame

2008

National Relays & Sprints Program Coach for Athletics Canada.

2009 - 2013