List of Famous people born in Grenada
Kirani James is a Grenadian sprinter who specializes in the 200 and 400 metres. He won the 400 m at the World Championships in 2011 and the 2012 London Olympics. He is Grenada's first and only Olympic medalist.
Conrad Robert Murray is a Grenadian former cardiologist who was the personal physician of Michael Jackson at the time of his the singer's death in 2009. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for improperly administering the anesthetic drug that led to Jackson's death, and later served two years out of the original four-year prison sentence he was given.
Brendon Martin Batson, OBE is an English former footballer who played as a defender for Arsenal, Cambridge United and West Bromwich Albion.
Kurt Felix is a Grenadian athlete who competes in the decathlon. He was the NCAA 2012 Division I Decathlon Champion and was named the Mountain West Men's Outdoor Track and Field Student-Athlete of the Year. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Olympics and won the Bronze Medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. On 24–25 July 2017, Kurt participated in the 21st Stadtwerke Ratingen Mehrkampf-meeting which was part of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge. He placed second at the meet with a score of 8509 points and was able to set a meeting record in the Javelin Throw with a distance of 72.80m.
Jean Augustine is a Grenadian-Canadian educational administrator, advocate for social justice, and politician. She was said to have been the first Black Canadian woman elected to the House of Commons.
Keith Claudius Mitchell is a Grenadian politician who has been Prime Minister of Grenada since 2013; previously he served as Prime Minister from 1995 to 2008. He is the longest-serving Prime Minister Grenada has ever had, holding the office for almost 19 years. He is currently leader of the New National Party (NNP) and was Leader of the Opposition from 2008 to 2013.
Jennifer Hosten is a Grenadian radio announcer, development worker, diplomat, author, model and beauty queen who won the Miss World 1970 contest, representing Grenada. She became the first black woman and the first woman from her country to win the title. The whole contest had been controversial even before the result had been announced. Afterwards allegations were made about the influence of the Prime Minister of Grenada, who was on the judging panel.