19 March 1978 |
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||57 kg (126 lb)|
|Updated on 22 July 2012.|
Cydonie Camille Mothersille (born 19 March 1978) is a female track and field athlete from the Cayman Islands.
Mothersille was born in Jamaica in 1978 and moved to Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands at age 7. While in high school, she was discovered by her high school's physical education teacher Evelyn Rockette and began her track career.
In 2011, Cydonie was the highest paid athlete from the Cayman Islands (male or female) making $85,000 (USD).
Mothersille began competing for the Cayman Islands by competing in the CARIFTA Games, where she performed extremely well.[clarification needed] In 1996, she was awarded the Austin Sealy Trophy for the most outstanding athlete of the 1996 CARIFTA Games.
She is a competitor in the 100 m, which was once her speciality. While in college she competed in the 100 m, 200 m, 4 x 100 m relay and 4 x 400 m relay for Clemson University. She was a part of the Clemson All American 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 team.
Mothersille is married to Ato Stephens.
- 2010 Commonwealth Games in the Women's 200 metres – gold medal
- 2008 Olympics – eighth place
- 2005 World Championships in Athletics – eighth place
- 2003 Pan American Games – silver medal
- 2003 World Indoor Championships in Athletics – fifth place
- 2002 Commonwealth Games – fifth place
- 2001 World Championships in Athletics – bronze medal
- 2nd IAAF World Athletics Final – sixth place
- 1st IAAF World Athletics Final – seventh place
|Representing Cayman Islands|
|1992||CARIFTA Games (U-17)||Nassau, Bahamas||8th||200 m||27.12 w|
|1993||CARIFTA Games (U-17)||Fort-de-France, Martinique||8th||100 m||12.52 (−0.6 m/s)|
|1994||CARIFTA Games (U-17)||Bridgetown, Barbados||3rd||100 m||11.97|
|Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships (U-17)||Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago||8th||100 m||12.1 (−0.4 m/s)|
|2nd||200 m||24.8 (−2.3 m/s)|
|1995||CARIFTA Games (U-20)||George Town, Cayman Island||3rd||100 m||11.72|
|1996||CARIFTA Games (U-20)||Kingston, Jamaica||1st||100 m||11.35 (0.9 m/s)|
|1st||200 m||23.77 (−4.4 m/s)|
|Olympic Games||Atlanta, United States||6th (h)||100 m||11.61 (0.6 m/s)|
|World Junior Championships||Sydney||6th||100 m||11.51 (0.6 m/s)|
|1997||CARIFTA Games (U-20)||Bridgetown, Barbados||1st||100 m||11.54 (0.0 m/s)|
|1997||World Championships||Athens, Greece||6th (h)||100 m||11.87 (−1.5 m/s)|
|2000||NACAC U-25 Championships||Monterrey, Mexico||3rd||100m||11.83 (wind: -1.6m/s)|
|2nd||200m||23.72 (wind: -3.1m/s)|
|Olympic Games||Sydney||4th (h)||100 m||11.38 (−0.4 m/s)|
|4th (h)||200 m||22.78 (0.2 m/s)|
|2001||World Championships||Edmonton, Canada||3rd||200 m||22.88 (−0.3 m/s)|
|2003||World Championships||Paris, France||7th (sf)||200 m||23.07 (−0.2 m/s)|
|2004||Olympic Games||Athens, Greece||5th (sf)||200 m||22.76 (1.1 m/s)|
|2005||World Championships||Helsinki, Finland||8th||200 m||23.00 (0.2 m/s)|
|2007||World Championships||Osaka, Japan||8th||200 m||23.08 (1.7 m/s)|
|2008||Olympic Games||Beijing, PR China||8th||200 m||22.68 (0.6 m/s)|
|2009||World Championships||Berlin, Germany||4th (sf)||200 m||22.80 (0.3 m/s)|
- Carifta Games Magazine, Part 2 (PDF), Carifta Games 2011, retrieved 12 October 2011
- Carifta Games Magazine, Part 3 (PDF), Carifta Games 2011, retrieved 12 October 2011
- Summer Success for Cydonie, retrieved 31 March 2012