Jim Hines

September 10, 1946 –
Dumas, Arkansas
McClymonds High School
Texas Southern University ’68

Texas Track and Field
Coaches Hall of Fame

World Record: 100 yd. – 9.10
World Record: 100 m – 9.95
World Record: 400 m relay – 38.60

1968 Olympics: 100 m – 9.95 (1st)
1968 Olympics: 400 m relay – 38.60 (1st)
1966 AAU: 220 yd. (1st)
1967 NAIA: 100 yd. (1st)

Inherited the “World’s Fastest” title, winning the 100 meters in world record time of 9.95 secs 1968 Mexico City Olympics

1968 6th Round Pick 
Miami Dolphins