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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce scores personal best in Diamond League win

After Elaine Thompson-Herah’s historic exploits last weekend in the Diamond League, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce retorted with a fantastic display in Lausanne¬†ūüá®ūüá≠ on Thursday, winning¬†the women’s 100 m final with a personal best time of 10.60 seconds.

This time beat her previous mark of 10.63 seconds at the JOA/JAA Destiny Olympic Series in June. That time initially made Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce the Fastest Woman Alive. However, Thompson-Herah has since beaten that mark twice.

Thompson-Herah was right behind her in second at 10.64 seconds while Shericka Jackson completed another Team¬†Jamaica¬†ūüáĮūüá≤¬†sweep, recording 10.92 secs in third.

What a trio!

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