Rio 2016 Olympics: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Christania Williams and Elaine Thompson Through To 100m Semi Finals

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Elaine Thompson and Christania Williams

The 100m heats got off to a late start at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Jamaican athletes Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Elaine Thompson and Christania Williams found themselves running close to midnight, which does require some adjustment. Nonetheless, all the ladies qualified for the semi final rounds to be run, Saturday, August 13, 2016.

rio 2016 olympics 100m heats image courtesy of teamjamaica

 

Complete results of the women’s 100m heats, at the Rio 2016 Olympics

Athlete Country Time
1 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Jamaica 10.96s
2 Michelle-Lee Ahye Trinidad & Tobago 11.00s
3 Marie-Josee Ta Lou Côte d’Ivoire 11.01s
4 Desiree Henry Great Britain 11.08s
5 English Gardner United States 11.09s
6 Tori Bowie United States 11.13s
7 Dafne Schippers Netherlands 11.16s
8 Blessing Okagbare Nigeria 11.16s
9 Murielle Ahouré Côte d’Ivoire 11.17s
10 Mujinga Kambundji Switzerland 11.19s
11 Elaine Thompson Jamaica 11.21s
12 Tianna Bartoletta United States 11.23s
13 Ewa Swoboda Poland 11.24s
14 Rosângela Santos Brazil 11.25s
15 Christania Williams Jamaica 11.27s
16 Nataliya Pohrebnyak Ukraine 11.30s
17 Tatjana Pinto Germany 11.31s
18 Carina Horn South Africa 11.32s
19 Asha Philip Great Britain 11.34s
20 Ángela Tenorio Ecuador 11.35s
21 Ivet Lalova-Collio Bulgaria 11.35s
22 Semoy Hackett Trinidad & Tobago 11.35s
23 Narcisa Landazuri Ecuador 11.38s
24 Olesya Povh Ukraine 11.39s
25 Khamica Bingham Canada 11.41s
26 Darryl Neita Great Britain 11.41s
27 Kelly-Ann Baptiste Trinidad & Tobago 11.42s
28 Lorène Bazolo Portugal 11.43s
29 Flings Owusu-Agyapong Ghana 11.43s
30 Crystal Emmanuel Canada 11.43s
31 Ezinne Okparaebo Norway 11.43s
32 Rebekka Haase Germany 11.47s
33 Eliecith Palacios Colombia 11.48s
34 Toea Wisil Papua New Guinea 11.48s
35 Wei Yongli China 11.48s
36 Olga Safronova Kazakhstan 11.50s
37 Tahesia Harrigan-Scott British Virgin Islands 11.54s
38 Gloria Asumnu Nigeria 11.55s
39 Yuan Qiqi China 11.56s
40 Tynia Gaither Bahamas 11.56s
41 Hrystyna Stuy Ukraine 11.57s
42 Alyssa Conley South Africa 11.57s
43 Hajar Saad Saeed S. S. A. Alkhaldi Bahrain 11.59s
44 Evelyn Rivera Colombia 11.59s
45 Jennifer Madu Nigeria 11.61s
46 Ramona Papaioannou Cyprus 11.61s
47 Franciela Krasucki Brazil 11.67s
48 Ruddy Zang Milama Gabon 11.67s
49 Nigina Sharipova Uzbekistan 11.68s
50 Viktoriya Zyabkina Kazakhstan 11.69s
51 Dutee Chand India 11.69s
52 Marika Popowicz-Drapała Poland 11.70s
53 Iman Isa Jassim Bahrain 11.72s
54 Brenessa Thompson Guyana 11.72s
55 Melissa Breen Australia 11.74s
56 Rima Kashafutdinova Kazakhstan 11.84s
57 Charlotte Wingfield Malta 11.90s
58 Cecilia Bouele Congo 12.18s
59 Hafsatu Kamara Sierra Leone 12.22s
60 Sunayna Wahi Suriname 12.25s
61 Patricia Taea Cook Islands 12.41s
62 Mazoon Khalfan Saleh Al Alawi Oman 12.43s
63 Sisilia Seavula Fiji 12.48s
64 Zaidatul Husniah Zulkifli Malaysia 12.62s

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