|Representing Great Britain|
|European Athletics Indoor Championships|
|1992 Genoa||60 m|
Livingston won the 60 metres sprint gold medal at the 1992 European Athletics Indoor Championships in Genoa, in a time of 6.53 seconds. He also represented Britain in the 100 metres at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo, where he finished 5th in his heat in a time of 10.57 seconds.
In 1992, Livingston was selected to be part of the British team for the Olympic Games in Barcelona, but was sent home before the games began after failing a drugs test. After initially protesting his innocence, he later admitted taking a banned steroid but insisted he had done so inadvertently.
- 60 m - 6.51 seconds (indoor), Glasgow, 8 February 1992
- 100 m - 10.09 seconds (outdoor), London, 13 June 1992
- 200 m - 21.39 seconds (indoor), Birmingham, 17 January 1999
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