June 7, 2021 | Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie |
The sporting fraternity has been stunned by the outstanding performance of Jamaican international track superstar Shelly- Ann Fraser-Pryce 34. Fraser-Pryce has to juggle between being a mother of a young boy, and a marriage coupled with running a business. It is remarkable when one puts all the pieces together.
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There has been the suspicion that former world record holder an American who has the record on paper is widely believed to have been drug infested or drugged up.
The Mummy Rocket as she has been renamed said inter alia:
“My run today shows that I am still hungry”
She was ecstatic in her post race interview as she related how she felt after her heroic 10.63 seconds run at the National Stadium in Kingston Jamaica W.I. last weekend.
“I am working on my last 30 percent of the race.”
So exclaimed the fastest woman in the world. Some have even said she is the fastest female of all times.
Track and field experts say there is no limit to what Fraser-Pryce can do.
It took 33 years for this feat to have occured. Fraser-Pryce has done at least 16 sub 10.07 seconds, one hundred metre races in her athletic career.
We look forward to her being crowned with the gold in Japan at the Olympics due in July 2021.
We congratulate her on her success. We look forward to hearing that she does a faster time in Japan.
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Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie is a veteran journalist who has International exposure and a sports enthusiast.