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Medal record
Women's Athletics
Competitor for  Wales
Commonwealth Games
Gold 1990 Auckland 100 m hurdles
Welsh Championships
Gold 1986 Cwmbran 100 m hurdles
Gold 1987 Cwmbran 100 m hurdles
Gold 1988 Swansea 100 m hurdles
Gold 1989 Cardiff 100 m hurdles
Gold 1990 Swansea 100 m hurdles
Gold 1991 Cardiff 100 m hurdles
Gold 1992 Cardiff 100 m hurdles

Kay Morley-Brown (née Morley) (born 5 March 1963) is a retired Welsh athlete and former 100 metre hurdles Commonwealth Games champion, born in Swinton, Yorkshire.[1][2][3]

A member of the Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club, Morley-Brown won the Welsh Championships 100 metre hurdles every year from 1986 to 1992, and won the gold medal in the 100 metre hurdles at the 1990 Commonwealth Games representing Wales.[4][5]

Morley-Brown also competed for Great Britain in the 100 metre hurdles at the 1990 World Athletics Championships, Split, the 1991 World Athletics Championships, Tokyo, and at the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona.[1][6][7][8]

Some of the Welsh records Morley-Brown set in the early 1990s remain unbroken (the first two were set in her previous name of Kay Morley): the Welsh 100 metre high hurdles All Comers Record (i.e. achieved by any athlete in competition within Wales) of 12.91 seconds at Wrexham, July 1990; the 100 metre high hurdles Welsh National Record (i.e. achieved by any Welsh qualified athlete in competition worldwide) of 13.02 seconds at Auckland, February 1990 (records she still held as at 11 November 2008); the Welsh Indoor Women's 60 metre hurdles record of 8.16 seconds at Glasgow, 1992 (a record she still held as at 1st June 2009).[9][10]

Morley-Brown's 1990 time of 12.91 seconds ranks 7th fastest in the Great Britain and Northern Ireland all-time women's 100 metre hurdles list.[11]

Morley-Brown has since become a teacher in Cardiff.[12]


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  2. ^ " - Athletes - Morley-Brown Kay Biography". IAAF website. IAAF. 2009-10-30.  
  3. ^ "UK International Women". National Union of Track Statisticians website. National Union of Track Statisticians. 2009-10-30.  
  4. ^ "Welcome to Cardiff AAC :: Roll of Honour - Gold (50)". Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club website. Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club. 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-27.  
  5. ^ "Welsh Championships". Athletics Weekly website. Athletics Weekly. 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  6. ^ "Campeonatos de Eurpoa Split 1990". European Athletics website. European Athletics. 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  7. ^ "Women 100m Hurdles World Championship 1991 Tokyo (JPN) - Friday 30.08". Sports and Elections Statistics website. Todor Krastev. 2009-05-30. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  8. ^ "Kay Morley-Brown Biography and Olympic Results - Olympics at". Sports Reference website. Sports Reference LLC. 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  9. ^ "Welsh Records 11 11 08.Female.pdf - Adobe Reader" (pdf). Welsh Athletics - Athletau Cymru website. Welsh Athletics - Athletau Cymru. 2008-11-11. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  10. ^ "Indoor RPB's 1stJune 2009.Female.pdf - Adobe Reader" (pdf). Welsh Athletics - Athletau Cymru website. Welsh Athletics - Athletau Cymru. 2009-06-01. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  11. ^ "UKHC :: Statistics >> UK 100H All Time Womens". UK Hurdles Club website. UK Hurdles Club. 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  
  12. ^ "Athletics: Speed guru backs his battling one-two - More Sports, Sport - The Ind". The Independent website. The Independent. 2009-02-24. Retrieved 2009-10-30.  


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