Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

The race was over in the blink of an eye, in the 100m finals at the Rio 2016 Olympics . Elaine Thompson blew away the field for first place and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce took the bronze medal. Christania Williams came in eighth place.

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

Fraser-Pryce, always the gracious and experienced runner, congratulated and celebrated with Thompson. Jamaicans every where will be proud of both women. Schippers was fifth and Torie Bowie took second place.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13

EVENING SESSION
6:30 p.m.: Men’s 400m semi-finals
6:50 p.m.: Men’s Long Jump Final
7:00 p.m.: Women’s 100m semi-finals
7:05 p.m.: Men’s 800m semi-finals
8:35 p.m.: Women’s 100m Final

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

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Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

Rio 2016 Olympics: Elaine Thompson Gold and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce Bronze In The Women’s 100m Finals

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