Keshorn Walcott

Name: Keshorn Walcott
Gender: Male
Nationality: Trinidad and Tobago
Sport: Athlete

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Qualities: Compassionate, Idealistic
Ruling planet: Mars
Colors: Red
Gemstones: Bloodstone

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Keshorn "Keshie" Walcott, ORTT (born 2 April 1993) is a Trinidadian javelin thrower and the 2012 Olympic champion. He is the first black male athlete to win the gold medal in a throwing event in the history of the Olympics. His personal best of 85.77 m (281 ft 434 in) was achieved at the Diamond League final meeting of 2014, the Weltklasse meeting in Zurich, Switzerland on 28 August 2014, bettering his 85.24m established one month earlier in the semifinals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow Scotland is the Trinidad and Tobago record, which in turn surpassed his Gold Medal Olympic win of 84.58 m (277 ft 534 in) in the London 2012 Olympics. He is also the holder of the North, Central American and Caribbean junior record.

Walcott is the youngest Olympic gold medallist in the men's javelin (19 years 131 days), and the first athlete in any track and field event to win World Junior and Olympic titles in an individual event the same year.

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