Rio 2016 Olympics: Results For Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Elaine Thompson and Christania Williams In The Women’s 100m Semi-Finals

The Jamaican Women were brilliant in their tough, class act semifinals at the Rio 2016 Olympics 100m. Elaine Thompson and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, were smooth across the lines with 10.88s both. Christania Williams took third place in her race and managed to qualify for the finals.

Shelly Ann was obviously in pain at the end of her race. She winced noticeably when walking, leaving all to wonder how will she fair tonight in the finals.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13

MORNING SESSION
7:30 a.m.: Men’s 100m Preliminary Round
7:40 a.m.: Women’s triple jump qualifying Groups A and B
8:50 a.m.: Men’s Discus Throw Final
9: 00 a.m.: Women’s 400m Round 1
10:00 a.m.: Men’s 100m Round 2

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

Christania Williams

CHRISTANIA WILLIAMS in semi finals 100m

CHRISTANIA WILLIAMS in semi finals 100m

CHRISTANIA WILLIAMS in semi finals 100m

CHRISTANIA WILLIAMS in semi finals 100m

CHRISTANIA WILLIAMS in semi finals 100m

Elaine Thompson

elaine thompson in semi finals 100m

elaine thompson in semi finals 100m

elaine thompson in semi finals 100m

elaine thompson in semi finals 100m

elaine thompson in semi finals 100m

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce

shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

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shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

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