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Shericka Jackson said she ran “pretty good race” and is happy with her bronze medal.

Jackson ran a personal best 49.47 to take bronze behind Salwa Eid Nazer and Shaunae Miller-Uibo in the highly anticipated women’s 400m final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 on October 3.

“It was a pretty good run,” she said. “My main aim was to focus and me and run the best race possible,” she added.

Naser ran a World Leading time and the third-fastest time ever of 48.14 for the gold while Miller-Uibo took second in 48.37, which is an Area Record.

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