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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Captures World Champs 100m Title

Double Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce captured an unprecedented world 100 metres treble at the IAAF World Championships today. The powerhouse sprinter clocked a time of 10.76 seconds, retaining her world title and beating Dutch champion Dafne Shippers into second (10.81s) and the formidable American Tori Bowie into third (10.86s). Jamaica’s other finalists, 2007 women’s 100m champion Veronica Campbell Brown (10.91s) ...

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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Donates J$1m To George Headley Primary

Jamaica’s Gold Medal Olympian, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, today urged students at the George Headley Primary School, her alma mater, to practice road safety habits, while on a visit to the school with the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) this morning. According to Fraser-Pryce, who is a NRSC Road Safety Ambassador, road safety is of national importance, and should be widely emphasized, ...

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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Finishes Last in Diamond League 200m

Olympic and World champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce yesterday finished a surprising eighth and last in the 200m at the Eugene Diamond League meet in the USA. Fraser-Pryce finished in a pedestrian 23.06s by her standards. The race results were posted to Fraser Pryce’s Facebook page saying, “There is a first for everything. Thank you all for your continued support.”

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Jamaica Secure Bronze in Women’s 4x200m at World Relays

With Olympic and World Champion Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce making her only appearance at the World Relays currently being held in The Bahamas, Jamaica was able to secure a bronze medal in the Women’s 4×200 metres relay. The United States won the event in a time of 1:29.44s minutes with Great Britain second. Jamaica earned a national record in the ...

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Shelly-Ann Takes Doha 100m Gold

Olympic and World Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce today claimed the top spot in the 100 metres at the first Diamond League meeting of the 2014 athletic season in Doha, Qatar. Fraser Pryce finished in 11.13s ahead of Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare who clocked a season’s best 11.18s. Jamaican Kerron Stewart was third also in a season’s best 11.25s ahead of team mate ...

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Team Jamaica Heads For Switzerland Diamond League

Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Usain Bolt will lead the charge of thirteen Jamaicans — including eight medalists — who will storm the track in tomorrow’s Diamond League meet in Lausanne, Switzerland. Swiss fans are in for a treat as organizers have lined up five of the women who made the London Olympic 100m final, including the three medalists. Fraser-Pryce ...

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