Shericka Jackson, who ran 10.82 in the final of the women’s 100m for second place, is the fastest from the 200m semi-finals. She ran 20.28 seconds on Saturday.
Fraser-Pryce, who won her fifth national 100m title, running 10.71, enters the final with 22.40. Thompson-Herah, the Rio 2016 sprint double winner, topped her semi-final in 22.90.
Fraser-Pryce, the fastest woman alive after her 10.63s clocking a few weeks ago, is among the favourites for Tokyo Olympic Games 100m title. American Sha’Carri Richardson, 10.72 this year, Elaine Thompson-Herah, 10.78 and Jackson, 10.77 have also found themselves in the mix.
- Fraser-Pryce runs 10.71 to win 100m at Jamaica Olympic Trials
- Shericka Jackson sizzles to 10.77 in 100m semi-final at Jamaica Olympic Trials
British Dina Asher-Smith and Blessing Okagbare are also running fast times. Okagbare ran a wind-aided 10.63 at the Nigeria Olympic trials.
Omar McLeod, who narrowly beat Ronald Levy, 13.04 to 13.08 in the men’s 110m hurdles semi-finals, will be back in action today.
Britany Anderson, 12.65 and Danielle Williams, 12.70, are the top two qualifiers in the women’s 100m hurdles.
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Day 4 – Sunday 6/27/2021 – Starts at 04:00 PM
8:15 AM #71 Women 20+ 100 Meter Hurdles SENIOR Finals
8:15 AM #91 Women 20+ Javelin Throw SENIOR Finals
8:30 AM #72 Men 20+ 110 Meter Hurdles SENIOR Finals
8:45 AM #61 Women 20+ 200 Meter Dash SENIOR Finals
8:55 AM #62 Men 20+ 200 Meter Dash SENIOR Finals
9:10 AM #63 Women 20+ 400 Meter Dash SENIOR Finals
9:20 AM #64 Men 20+ 400 Meter Dash SENIOR Finals