Paris, June 19 (AP) Three-time Olympic gold medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce equaled her best world time of the year in a 100-meter race in 10.67 seconds at a Diamond League meeting in Paris.
She was unbeatable at Stade Charlety on Saturday, settling her time at the Kip Keino Classic in Kenya last month. She also broke last year’s record between a Jamaican compatriot and two-time reigning Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah 10.72.
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The 35-year-old Fraser-Pryce will go to the tenth gold medal from the World Championships in Eugene, Oregon, next month.
Winfred Yavi from Bahrain triumphed in a race for 3,000 women in a world and personal record of 8: 56.55.
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Bronze Olympic medalist Jaroslava Mahuchichova set a leading position in the world jump for the height of 2.01 meters for 2022, when she led 1-2-3 for Ukraine with Iryna Gerashchenko and Yulia Levchenko.
South African sprinter Luxolo Adams won the men’s 200th with a mastery of 19.82. The second was Alexander Ogando from the Dominican Republic at 20.03.
American Devon Allen won 110 men’s hurdles in 13:16 and Nigerian Tobi Amusan won hurdles in 100 hurdles in 12:41 ahead of Bahamian Devynne Charlton.
Frenchman Benjamin Robert delighted the audience with a late onslaught when he overtook the Australian Peter Bola and won the 800 men in 1: 43.75, while the Ethiopian Selemon Barega fought his way to victory in the men’s 5000 in 12: 56.19.
Olympic winners Steven Gardiner and Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas won between men and women 400 feet for 44.21 and 50.10.
Olympic winner Valarie Allman also won the women’s drive with a match record of 68.68 meters, thus exceeding the previous limit set by rival Sandra Perkovicová from Croatia. Perkovic was second with a throw of 68.19.
Sweden hosts another Diamond League meeting in Stockholm on June 30. (AP)
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