Novlene Hilaire Williams-Mills (born 26 April 1982), née Novlene Hilaire Williams, is a track and field athlete who competes internationally for Jamaica. She was initially a bronze medalist in the 4 x 400 m relay at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Her medal and position for the Athens Games may be upgraded following the disqualification of USA team member Crystal Cox because of a doping violation. However as of 2012 the original result still stands.
At the 2005 World Championships in Athletics she won (together with Shericka Williams, Ronetta Smith and Lorraine Fenton) a silver medal. At the 2006 Commonwealth Games she won a bronze medal over 400 metres.
Williams attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where she was a member of coach Tom Jones' Florida Gators track and field team. She graduated from the university with a bachelor's degree in 2004.
Novlene was born in Saint Ann, Jamaica. She is a graduate of Ferncourt High School, located in Claremont, St. Ann Parish, Jamaica.
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- 1977: East Germany (Popp, Krug, Brehmer, Koch)
- 1979: East Germany (Kotte, Brehmer, Köhn, Koch)
- 1981: East Germany (Rübsam, Steuk, Wöckel, Koch)
- 1985: East Germany (Emmelmann, Busch, Neubauer, Koch)
- 1989: Americas (Crooks, Davis, Jackson, Quirot)
- 1992: Americas (Edeh, Crooks, Carabali, Restrepo)
- 1994: Great Btitain (Smith, Keough, Neef, Gunnell)
- 1998: Germany (Feller, Rohländer, Urbansky, Breuer)
- 2002: Americas (Richards, Pernía, Amertil, Guevara)
- 2006: Americas (S. Williams, Darling, Amertil, N. Williams)
- 2010: Americas (Williams, Dunn, Wilson, Amertil)