Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wins in Madrid World Athletics Continental Tour silver meeting

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce  was  in  red  hot  form  today  on  her  way  to  victory  in the  women’s 100  metres  at  the   World Athletics Continental tour silver meeting in  Madrid, Spain.

She sped  to  a meet  record  10.83  seconds  to  produce  her  second  100  meters  win  of  the  week.

Her  compatriot  Shashalee Forbes was  third  in  the  event  in 11.11 seconds

Meanwhile, Rajindra Campbell shattered the Jamaican national record in the men’s shot put event and booked a spot at the upcoming World athletics Championship in Hungary.

This after he won the event in a new personal best and meet record 22.22 meters to break the previous national record of 21.96 metres set back in 2017 by O’dayne Richards.

He has also surpassed the qualifying mark of 21.40metres and is now tied for third in the world with New Zealand’s Tom Walsh and only behind the American Ryan Crouser – 23.56metes.

In the  meantime  Julian Forte was second in the men’s 200 metres  in a season’s best 20.35 seconds, while  Nigel  Allen  posted  20.79  seconds  for  5th  place.

Tyler  Mason  13.41 seconds  and  Orlando  Bennett  13.43  seconds  were  4th  and  5th  respectively  in  the  men’s  110  meter  hurdles.


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