American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson has withdrawn again from another meet and there is no explanation available to say why she did it.
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The meet is scheduled for Saturday and it will be the Kip Keino Classic in Nairobi, Kenya which was originally set to feature a showdown between Jamaican sprinter Shelly-ann Fraser Pryce and Richardson however according to Letsrun.com, the American’s name is not among the listed entries to compete.
Richardson was also noted to have withdrawn from the Texas Relays that took place between March 25 and 26 and the April 9th hosting of the Bermuda games.
So far neither Sha’Carri Richardson nor her manager Renaldo Nehemiah has provided the public with an explanation, however, the world would surely love to hear.
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Richardson stepped up in 2021 as one of the female sprinters to look out for when she ran a time of 10.71 as a 21-year-old to register the 6th fastest 100m time ever by a woman, but her running prowess was shortlived after she was tested positive for marijuana which resulted in her getting a one month ban which seemed to have significantly affected her speed and saw her ending the season with a time of 11.19.