Ato Stephens, born 19 June 1979, is a prominent sprinter hailing from Trinidad and Tobago, specializing in the 400 meters discipline. Throughout his career, he has achieved notable accomplishments, including a bronze medal at the 2003 CAC Championships and a silver medal at the 2005 edition of the same event.
Ato Stephens is married to Cydonie Mothersille, who is also a talented sprinter representing the Cayman Islands.
Although he has represented Trinidad and Tobago at the Summer Olympics on three occasions (in 2000, 2004, and 2008), Ato Stephens faced challenges progressing beyond the heats in those editions. Nevertheless, he has been a strong contender at the World Championships in Athletics, participating in 2001, 2005, and 2007. Additionally, he has been part of Trinidad and Tobago’s 4×400 meters relay team.
Among his notable achievements in major competitions, Ato Stephens secured a third-place finish in the semifinals at the 2007 World Championships and earned a fourth-place spot in the semifinals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Throughout his journey, Ato Stephens received guidance from coach Henry Rolle, who played a crucial role in shaping his successful athletic career.