Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won her fifth 100m world title at the 2022 World Championships in Athletics in Oregon, USA.
The 35-year-old Jamaican athlete ran 10.67 to win the 100m final – a world championship record time. She finished ahead of compatriots Shericka Jackson, who was second in a lifetime best 10.73, and Elaine Thompson-Herah, who clocked 10.81, to finish third.
It is the first time that a nation has won all three podiums in the women’s 100m at a world championship.
Fraser-Pryce, a two-time Olympic champion, is the first person to win five world titles in an individual track event. She won her first 100m world title in Berlin in 2009, aged 22.
Afterwards she told BBC Sport: “I feel blessed to have this talent and to continue to do so at 35, to have a baby, still on the way and hopefully to inspire women to make their own journey.”
Despite equaling her British record of 10.83, Dina-Asher Smith finished fourth. She had qualified fastest for the semi-finals on Saturday, where she placed second, but despite her best efforts, she finished 0.02 seconds behind Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah.
Then she told BBC Sport:
“I really have nothing to complain about, but I’m so disgusted that it didn’t get me on the podium. I was so close. But they are only champions. I’m upset.
“It’s been an interesting season for me so far. I’ve been in good physical shape for a while but I’ve had things in life that I’ll probably talk more about after the 200m. I had to make sure my mind was really in the race rather than with my family or here.
The 200m heats will take place at 5.05pm local time later today.
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