|1988 Seoul||200 metres|
|World Indoor Championships|
|1989 Budapest||200 metres|
|1987 Indianapolis||200 metres|
Her breakthrough performance was at the 1988 Summer Olympics, held in Seoul, South Korea. She won a silver medal over 200 m behind Florence Griffith-Joyner, defeating then 200 m World Champion Silke Moller, Heike Drechsler and team mate Merlene Ottey. She also won a bronze medal at the 1987 IAAF World Indoor Championships and a silver medal at the 1989 IAAF World Indoor Championships.
A detailed biography was published.
- 100 metres - 11.08sec (1988) - also ran 10.97 wind-assisted (+3.0) in 1988
- 200 metres - 21.72sec (1988) - stood as Jamaican Record from 1988-1990
- 400 metres - 49.57sec (1989) - stood as Jamaican Record from 1989-2002
- Personalities - SMALL, Grace Jackson, The Gleaner Company Limited, retrieved 20 January 2012
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