Jamaica’s most decorated female sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce shared footage of her training, displaying her impressive speed and form and silencing doubts about her fitness.
This latest update is good news for Jamaica and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, considering her recent injury concerns, as the World Championship is set to begin next week in Budapest.
The short video uploaded to the iconic sprinter’s Instagram account shows Fraser-Pryce executing her famous rocket start, complimented by her smooth technique and form. Shot from within an indoor facility, the video ended in seconds as Fraser-Pryce seemingly teleported to the end of the indoor track.
Fraser-Pryce uploaded the video with the following caption, “A goal changes everything. The music added to the video also showed the mood and mindset Fraser-Pryce is currently in. A few lines from the song go,” Good energy I don’t need no negativity around me, high frequency.”
Followers and well-wishers of the athlete gave their words of support to the sprint star. Dancehall artiste Cham commented by stating, “Mumma Ready.”
Another commenter wrote, “Weh nuh dead nuh dash it weh.” lestatjscorpio also showed his support by commenting, “Positive energy only we ready for your domination mommy rocket.”
Despite the fantastic form and speed shown in the video, the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest will not feature reigning world 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in the 200m race according to reports.
News broke earlier this week that the sprinter pulled out of the longer sprint event as she will now be focused solely on winning another World Championship 100m title.
See the video below: