Kimberlyn was born on August 2, 1991 in Katy, Texas. Kimberlyn specializes in the 100m & 200m sprints. She was an elite, decorated high school sprinter at Cybress Springs HS. Duncan ranked number 3 among high school sprinters in the US in the 2009 outdoor season, and won the Texas Class 5A state title in the 200m (23.59).
Her career in track continued when she committed to LSU where she studied Sport Administration with a concentration in Sport Commerce. During her time at LSU she was a 7-time NCAA Champion, 4-time NCAA Runner-up, 12-time SEC Champion, 14-time All-American, and 14-time All-SEC. During the 2012 Indoor Season, Kimberlyn was ranked #1 in the U.S. and #1 in the world. In 2012, Kimberlyn finished just shy of making the U.S. Olympic Team, but went on to become the NACAC U23 Champion in the 200m and set the meet record. After outstanding seasons, Kimberly became the first woman in NCAA history to win back to back National Titles, both indoor and outdoor, in the 200m. In 2013 she went on to become the USA Outdoor 200m Champion (21.80) while competing in Des Moines to claim a spot on Team USA at the World Championships held in Moscow.
Kimberlyn currently ranks 6th in the world for Women’s 200m and is one of the most decorated sprinters in collegiate track and field. Some of her other awards and achievements include winning the 2012 Bowerman Award Winner, 2011 Bowerman Award Finalist, 2 time Honda Sports award winner, and the 2012 NCAA Women’s Track Athlete of the Year. She currently trains with Coach Denis Shaver, and resides in Katy, Texas.
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