1. Merlene Ottey (JAM) is the oldest women's 200m champion. Ottey was 35 years 92 days when she won back-to-back 200m title in1995 in Gotenburg, Sweden.
2. Brigitte Foster-Hylton (JAM) is the oldest women's 100m hurdles champion. Foster-Hylton was 34 years 285 days when she won the 2009 title in Berlin, Germany.
3. Trecia Smith (JAM) is the oldest women's triple jump champion. Smith struck gold in 2005 in Helsinki, Finland at 29 years 275 days.
4. Chandra Sturrup (BAH) is the oldest medalist in the women's 4x100m relay. In 2009 in Berlin, Germany, Sturrup was 37 years 344 days when she was part of the Bahamas team which won silver behind Jamaica.
5. Merlene Ottey (JAM) is the oldest medallist in the women's 100m and 200m. In the 100m, Ottey was 35 years 89 days when she was second in 1995 in Gotenburg, Sweden. In the 200m she was two years older when at 37 years 90 days she finished third in 1997 in Athens, Greece.
Ottey also holds the records as the oldest competitor in the 100m (47 years 108 days-2007-Osaka,Japan, competing for Slovenia), 200m (43 years 108 days-2003, Paris, France, competing for Slovenia) and 4x100m relay (43 years 111 days-2003).
6. Chandra Sturrup (BAH) is the oldest finalist in the women's 100m and 4x100m relay. At 37 years 339 days Sturrup was seventh in the 100m finals in 2009 in Berlin, Germany. She was 37 years 344 days in the 4x100m five days later, helping Bahamas to silver.
7. Nikole Mitchell (JAM) is the youngest finalist in the women's 100m. At 19 years 72 days Mitchell was seventh in 1993 in Stuggart, Germany.
8. Shaunae Miller is the youngest finalist in the women's 200m. Miller was 19 years 123 days when finished fourth in 2013 in Moscow, Russia.
9. Mardrea Hyman (JAM) is the oldest finalist in the women's 3000m steeplechase. At 34 years 248 days she was 14th in 2007 in Osaka, Japan.