Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Stats: What are her top ten best 100-meter timings?

The women’s 100m race is regarded as one of the most prominent events in athletics. The race consists of a sprint over a distance of 100 meters and is regarded as one of the most thrilling events in track and field. The first official women’s 100m race was conducted at the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam, where Betty Robinson of the United States became the event’s first gold medalist. The competition has grown in recognition on a global scale and is now among the most-watched athletics events.

Florence Griffith-Joyner, popularly known as Flo-Jo, is one of the most renowned figures in the history of the women’s 100m sprint. She established the present world record of 10.49 seconds at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, an achievement that still holds today. In recent years, the women’s 100m event has continued to grow, with new stars rising and destroying records. Among the athletes who have established themselves in this field are Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Elaine Thompson-Herah, and Shericka Jackson. On the other hand, athletes like Dina Asher-Smith from Great Britain and Sha’Carri Richardson are making waves and have already announced their arrival.

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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce: Top ten best timings in the women’s 100-meters

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is one of the best female sprinters of all time to have graced the sport. Born on December 27, 1986, the Jamaican athlete is known as ‘Pocket Rocket’ due to her tiny stature and powerful block starts. Fraser-Pryce made headlines in 2008 when she claimed her first Olympic gold medal in the 100-meter race at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, being the first Jamaican woman to accomplish this feat. She then replicated the same performance in the next Olympic Games by winning the women’s 100m once again in London Olympics 2012.

To date, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has accomplished ten golds in World Championships and three gold medals in the Olympics. Furthermore, in her signature event which is the 100 meters, she is a two-time Olympic champion and a five-time World Champion. In addition, she is a four-time Diamond League champion in her prime event. Owing to all these achievements, she is regarded as one of the greatest female athletes of all time.

Recently, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce announced that she will be taking part in the Kip Keino Classic Challenge Tour 2023 in Nairobi, Kenya. This has made all her fans excited about the event which is scheduled to take place almost a month later on May 13, 2023. Since she also recorded one of her best timings (10.67) in the same meeting last year, it is one of the events in the coming times that the athletics fans can’t miss out on. 

Since everyone will be rooting for her as she makes an appearance in Nairobi, let’s take a look at the top ten best 100 meters timings of the legendary athlete.

Competition & VenueDateWindResult
Athletissima, Lausanne, Switzerland (Diamond League)26 August 20211.710.60
Herculis EBS, Monaco (Diamond League)10 August 20220.410.62
JOA/JAAA Olympic Destiny Series 3, Kingston, Jamaica05 June 20211.310.63
Weltklasse, Zürich, Switzerland (Diamond League Final)08 September 2022-0.810.65
Kamila Skolimowska Memorial, Chorzów, Poland (Diamond League)06 August 20220.510.66
Kip Keino Classic, Moi International Sports Centre, Nairobi, Kenya07 May 2022-0.410.67
Meeting de Paris, Paris (Diamond League)18 June 20220.510.67
World Athletics Championships 2022, Oregon, USA17 July 20220.810.67
Gyulai István Memorial – Hungarian Athletics Grand Prix, Hungary08 August 20221.310.67
Kingston Jamaican Championships, Jamaica29 June 20120.610.70

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