Xiamen Diamond League --- Miramar Invitational - Sha'Carri Richardson Overcomes Adversity to Win Women's 100m Final at US Championships
Sha'Carri Richardson

World 100m champion Sha’Carri Richardson has announced she won’t be competing this weekend (6 April) Miramar Invitational, marking a further delay to her 2024 season. Richardson enjoyed a stellar 2023 season, securing her long-awaited global title: the women’s 100m gold at the Budapest 2023 World Championships.

She notably outpaced Jamaican Shericka Jackson, who finished second in the event. Richardson also claimed bronze in the 200m and anchored her team to victory in the women’s 4x100m relay. ALSO READ: Shericka Jackson Withdraws from Miramar Invitational, Vows ‘Never Quit

“I just want to let everybody know I will not be competing this weekend in Miramar,” she conveyed in a video message on her social media page.

Direct from the Source: Sha’Carri Richardson Not Competing at Miramar Invitational, Eyes Future Success”

She explained her decision to personally update fans: “I am not going to be like most people to let you find out through the grapevine, I want you to hear it from the horse’s mouth,” she added, emphasizing her non-participation.

“I don’t want everybody to get their hopes up,” she further stated, acknowledging the Miramar Invitational as “going to be a great meet” with “great athletes competing.”

Richardson did not specify when she intends to kick off her 2024 season but promised a “different year, different approach, and different energy to come.”

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