- 1974-1978 Arthur Wint was appointed High Commissioner for Jamaica to Great Britain and Ambassador to Sweden and Denmark
- While High Commissioner, he continued some medical studies (Forensic Medicine), and gained a Diploma in Medical Jurisprudence (Clinical)
- 1977- He was elected to the Black Athlete's Hall of Fame in the USA
- 1978 - He resumed his medical work at Linstead Hospital as Senior Medical Officer
- He retired from hospital work in August 1985
- He became a member of the Carreras Sports Foundation
- He was one of the founders and the first president of the Jamaica Association of Sports Medicine
- 1989 Arthur Wint was one of the first inductees to the Jamaica Sports Hall of Fame
- 1989 he was awarded the Order of Jamaica
- Arthur Wint continued to practice medicine in Linstead until his passing in 1992
- He was given an official funeral, nationally televised, with a Service of Thanksgiving at the University Chapel
- People from all walks of life, from all over Jamaica and the world attended.
- Memorial Services were held for him in the UK and the USA.
- He was called the "Gentle Giant."