|Born||18 May 1967|
Katherine Louise Stuart (born 18 May 1967) is an English former sprinter. She won a silver medal in the 200 metres at the 1985 European Junior Championships,and went on to represent Great Britain in the women's 200 metres at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
|Representing Great Britain|
|1985||European Junior Championships||Cottbus, Germany||2nd||200 m||23.83|
|3rd||4 × 100 m||44.78|
|1988||Olympic Games||Seoul, South Korea||26th (qf)||200 m||23.59|
|1990||European Championships||Split, Yugoslavia||13th (sf)||200 m||23.54|
|1991||Universiade||Sheffield, United Kingdom||6th||200 m||23.89|
|2nd||4 × 100 m||44.97|
|(#) Indicates overall position in seminfinal (sf) or quarterfinals (qf)|
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