|Birth place:||Newport, Wales|
|Personal best||Outdoor 100 Metres 10.09 Edmonton 04/08/2001|
|Outdoor 200 Metres 20.08 1.0 Edmonton 08/08/2001|
|Indoor 50 Metres 5.81 Liévin 28/02/2004, 5.81 Liévin 24/02/2002|
|Indoor 60 Metres 6.64 Cardiff 11/02/2001|
|Indoor 200 Metres 20.54 Gent 26/02/2000|
Christian Sean Malcolm (born June 3, 1979) is a Welsh athlete, specializing in the 200m discipline. Malcolm was born in Cardiff and resides in Newport, Wales. He won the title of World Junior Athlete of the Year in 1998 and in the 1998 World Junior Championships; he won the 200m in 20.44 seconds. At that year's Commonwealth Games, his 20.29 for the silver medal was a European Junior and Welsh senior record. He took the 2000 European Indoor gold medal in 20.54, for a Welsh Indoor record. Outdoors he led off for the sprint relay team on the first day and ran a season's best of 20.45 to win the 200m on the second day at the European Cup. He went on to 2nd at the AAAs and to excel at the 2000 Olympics to take fifth place at 200m in 20.23.In 2001 he took the World Indoor silver medal. Outdoors he was 3rd at 100m and 2nd at 200m at the AAAs and at the World Championships ran eight races to make the finals at both 100m and 200m, finishing 6th and 5th respectively. He also competed as part of the relay team; however, the baton was dropped in the heats. After four second places at the AAAs, he at last won the 200m in 2005 in a narrow decision over Marlon Devonish and was also 3rd at 100m. He surprised even himself with a brilliant win at the European Cup in 20.15, his best time for five years.Malcolm represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. He competed at the 200 metres and placed second in his first round heat after Brian Dzingai in a time of 20.42 seconds. He improved his time in the second round to 20.30 seconds and placed fourth in his race, normally not enough to advance to the semi-finals, but his time was among the four fastest losing times and he qualified after all. With 20.25 in his semi-final race he even managed to qualify for the final, finishing fourth in his race. In the final he came in seventh at 20.40 seconds, but as a result of the disqualifications of Churandy Martina (second) and Wallace Spearmon (third) he moved up to the fifth place overall. At the 2010 Commonwealth Games
in Delhi, Malcolm, representing Wales, was one of the favourites to win the men's 200m, and took the bronze medal. Malcolm was named as the GB Team captain and led nation’s athletes into the 2011 IAAF World Championships in Daegu, Korea.