Elaine Thompson-Herah Runs 10.71 seconds

In the track & field world today Elaine Thompson Herah, breezed to a time of 10.71 seconds to take the victory in the Women’s 100 metres at the Gyulai István memorial in Hungary. This time the double gold Olympic sprint medalist achieved the very fast time by also beating her Jamaican teammate and the fastest woman alive, Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce who finished the race in second place, clocking 10.82 seconds.

The interesting showdown has now made even more people zooming in on the Women’s 100-meter finals in Tokyo since Thompson Herah’s time, is also .01 off her personal best.

She is not through the clear as yet however as Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce is a fierce competitor, and has already run an unbelievable world-leading time of 10.63 seconds, which was registered as the second-fastest time ever by a woman over the 100-meter event.

Elaine also has to look out for her other teammate Shericka Jackson, who recently sprinted to a phenomenal personal best of 10.77 seconds at the JAAA national championships and is also looking great in the 200 meters winning the Hungary meet, in an impressive 21.96 seconds.

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