The pocket rocket, Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce is ready.
Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce is at it again, making waves across the world and dominating the track. Her competitors most certainly are intimidated knowing that the pocket rocket just broke the national 100m record, in Jamaica, with 10.63 seconds.
This is just the start of what is to come because the Olympics is just around the corner.
It took 33 years, but this marvelous athlete is showing what true sportswomanship is all about.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness congratulated her on social media stating that Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce ran “the 2nd fastest time ever run” to win the “100-meter dash in 10.63s and setting a new #NationalRecord at the JOA/JAAA Olympic Destiny Series being held at the National Stadium.”
Check out the 100-meter dash below:
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