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Fraser-Pryce runs world lead, Jackson wins 200m at Silesia Diamond League

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Fraser-Pryce runs world lead, Jackson wins 200m at Silesia Diamond League
That's the fastest time this year in the women's 100m from Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at the Silesia Diamond League.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce’s world-leading performance and Shericka Jackson were winners at Saturday’s Silesia Diamond League meeting in Poland.

Fraser-Pryce was off to a very impressive start. The Jamaican had a pretty good lead even before she came out of her drive phase.
And by the time the 35-year-old hit the transition phase of her race, her competitors were out of it.

She crossed about three meters ahead in 10.66, the fastest time in the world this year. She had the previous best world lead of 10.67.

That's the fastest time this year in the women's 100m from Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at the Silesia Diamond League.
That’s the fastest time this year in the women’s 100m from Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at the Silesia Diamond League.

American Aleia Hobbs finished second in 10.94 and Marie-Josée Ta Lou, third in 11.00s.

Jamaicans Briana Williams, 11.11 and Natasha Morrison, 11.20, were fifth and ninth, respectively.

In the women’s 200m, Shericka Jackson was also impressed from start to finish. Jackson blasted off the curve unmatched and stretched her lead down the straightway to cross the line in 21.84. The time is a new meeting record.

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Shericka Jackson cements her status as favourite for the Diamond Trophy with an impressive win in the women’s 200m at the Silesia Diamond League.

Bahamian 400m world champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo, who ran from lane nine, finished strong to pip American Jenna Prandini, 22.35 to 22.39.

TyNia Gaither, also of the Bahamas, finished fourth in 22.70.

Trayvon Bromell wins men’s 100m at Silesia Diamond League

Ackeem Blake, 10.00 and Yohan Blake, 10.13, were third and fifth in the men’s 100m. Trayvon Bromell of the USA won the event in 9.95.

Candice McLeod ran 50.22 and Stephenie-Ann McPherson, 50.31 for third and fourth in the women’s 400m. The Netherlands’ Femke Bol topped the event in a meeting and national record 49.75.

Grenadian Kirani James, 44.55 and Michael Norman, 44.11, finished the men’s 400m the same way they did in Eugene.

Danniel Thomas-Dodd threw 19.13m for sixth in the women’s shot put.

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