Two-time Olympic Games 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was in brutal mood at the Paris Diamond League Meeting on Saturday (4 July)… Click to Watch the Race
Fraser-Pryce ran a blistering world-leading time of 10.74 to win the women’s 100m ahead of a strong field.
Fraser-Pryce, after her world leading run, said: “Based on the replay my start wasn’t too good, I came out of the blocks too high but I came out with the win so I guess that’s a plus."
Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare (10.80) was second and American English Gradner took third in 10.97 seconds.
Fellow Jamaican Natasha Morrison finished seventh with a time of 11.10.