Fraser-Pryce clocking second-fastest 100m time ever, 10.63 seconds

Fraser-Pryce Clocks 11.00 Over 100m Season Opener
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2019 Doha World 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce improve on her season’s best 10.84 seconds after running the second-fastest time on the all-time list with 10.63 seconds (1.3m/s) performance to win the women’s 100m at the third JOA/JAAA Olympic Destiny Series meet at the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday, June 5, 2021.

The 34-year-old, Jamaican sprint star run the fastest time by a female in over a decade putting her only behind the stunning 10.49 seconds world record of American Florence Griffith Joyner, who set the mark in 1988.

Americans Carmelita Jeter, 10.64 seconds, and Marion Jones, 10.65 seconds, were above Fraser-Pryce on the world’s top list before today.

Natasha Morrison, who trailed from start to finish, got another sub-11 second. She finished in 10.95 seconds, a distance away from Fraser-Pryce.

Kashieka Cameron finished third in 11.39 seconds and Jodean Williams fourth in 11.44 seconds.

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