LIMA, PERU - AUGUST 09: Gold medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica celebrates after Women's 200m Final on Day 14 of Lima 2019 Pan American Games at Athletics Stadium of Villa Deportiva Nacional on August 09, 2019 in Lima, Peru.
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Shelly-Ann Fraser- Pryce Named The Fastest Female Alive

Congratulations Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce! 

The Olympic track star has been named the fastest female sprinter alive after clocking in at 10.63 during a track meet in Kingston, Jamaica. 

According to reports, Fraser-Pryce ran the 100-meter dash shutting down the recent record at 10.70 that she once shared with Elaine Thompson-Herah. In 2016, Herah won the gold meter in the 100m at the Olympics. 

The Jamaican track star’s time is the fourth-fastest time to be recorded. Florence ‘Flo-Jo’ Joyner- Griffith had the other three fastest times, clocking in at 10.49, 10.61, and 10.62 in 1988. 



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