On Saturday night, Jamaica’s two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won the women’s 100-metre event at the third staging of the JN Racers Grand Prix, at the National Stadium.

The Pocket Rocket clocked 11.10 seconds to cross the line ahead of the American athlete Jenna Prandini, who clocked 11.14.

16-year-old Briana Williams, a promising talent who also represents Jamaica clocked 11.26 for third.

This was Fraser-Pryce’s fastest clocking this season.

Fraser-Pryce opted to take close to a year off to give birth to her child last August. Following the race, she said:

“I am taking it (my recovery) race by race and although I still have somewhere to go, I am happy with the time.”.

Last week Fraser-Pryce had to settle for a second place finish at the Cayman Invitational were she clocked 11.33 seconds. Prandini had won easily in 11.16.

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On Saturday night, Jamaica's two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won the women's 100-metre event at the third staging of the JN Racers Grand Prix, at the National Stadium. The Pocket Rocket clocked 11.10 seconds to cross the line ahead of the American athlete Jenna Prandini, who clocked 11.14. 16-year-old Briana Williams, a promising talent...

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