Omar Brown (sprinter)
|2006 Melbourne||200 m|
|CAC Junior Championships (U20)|
|2000 San Juan||200 m|
|2000 San Juan||4x100 m relay|
|CARIFTA Games |
|2000 St. George's||100m|
|2000 St. George's||200m|
|2000 St. George's||4x100m relay|
|CAC Junior Championships (U17)|
|1998 George Town||100 m|
|1998 George Town||200 m|
|1998 George Town||4x100 m relay|
|CARIFTA Games |
|1998 Port of Spain||200m|
He was successful as a junior athlete, winning the silver and bronze medals in the 200 m and 100 metres races at the 1999 World Youth Championships. The following year he finished fourth at the World Junior Championships. He ran collegiately for the University of Arkansas.
He suffered a setback in 2007 the form of an ankle injury. He returned at the 2008 Jamaican trials but suffered a hamstring injury, caused by a faulty technique due to pain in his ankle. He underwent surgery in September 2008 to remove a bone spur, but the scar tissue from the surgery hampered his track comeback. He did not return until the end of the 2009 season, taking fourth place in the 200 m at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix.
On 3 November 2007, he married Jamaican Olympian Veronica Campbell.
|60 metres||6.72||Lexington, Kentucky, United States||28 February 2004|
|100 metres||10.27||Kingston, Jamaica||21 July 2000|
|200 metres||20.33||Carson, California, United States||21 May 2006|
|400 metres||46.00||Walnut, California, United States||17 April 2005|
- All information taken from IAAF profile.
- Williams, Gordon (2009-01-20). Sprinter takes it slow - Omar Brown coming back from injury layoff. The Jamaica Star. Retrieved on 2009-10-07.
- Campbell-Brown, Veronica (2009-10-07). Veronica Campbell Brown named Unesco Ambassador - IAAF Online Diaries. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-07.
- Shanghai Golden Grand Prix Results. ESPN (2009-09-20). Retrieved on 2009-10-07.
- IAAF Newsletter. No. 89, 6 December 2007 (PDF)