shelly ann fraser pryce in semi finals 100m

Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Athletics Competition – Watch Women’s 100m Heats

The Jamaican women performed well in the 100m heats at the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Elaine Thompson Herah, and Sherika Jackson competed to make the semi-final rounds.

All times are in Japan Standard Time; however to convert to your timezone, check out the World Time Buddy website.

If it’s 9: 00 am JST in Japan, it will be 8:00 pm EST in the Eastern Time Zone; this includes New York, Maryland, or Florida. In Jamaica, however, it will be 7:00 pm.

Date and Time: Fri 30 July 9:00 – 12:30

Venues: Olympic Stadium

  • Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Round 1
  • Men’s High Jump Qualifying Round
  • Men’s Discus Throw Qualifying Round
  • Women’s 800m Round 1
  • Men’s 400m Hurdles Round 1
  • Women’s 100m Round 1

Watch the Women’s 100 meters Heats

All 100 meters women’s heats events:

Finals Date and Time: Sat 31 July 19:00 – 21:55

Venue: Olympic Stadium

  • Men’s 10,000m Victory Ceremony
  • Men’s Long Jump Qualifying Round
  • Women’s 100m Semifinals
  • Men’s 100m Round 1
  • Men’s Discus Throw Final
  • Women’s 800m Semifinals
  • Mixed 4 x 400m Relay Final
  • Women’s 100m Final
Start Time Location Event Status
Sat, 31 Jul 19:15
Olympic Stadium – Track
Women’s 100m Semi-Final 1
Sat, 31 Jul 19:23
Olympic Stadium – Track
Women’s 100m Semi-Final 2
Sat, 31 Jul 19:31
Olympic Stadium – Track
Women’s 100m Semi-Final 3
Sat, 31 Jul 21:50
Olympic Stadium – Track

 Women’s 100m Final

Stay tuned for more from the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021.

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