Fastest British woman sprinter, Geraldina Asher-Smith has said that she is hoping for a unique year this season.

Even though the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games did not go as expected for the Orpington born sprinter, Asher-Smith has revealed that training since the Games has gone well:

“I had a really good winter,” she said yesterday at the press conference ahead of the Müller Diamond League.

“It’s been good with no interruptions,” she added.

“I’ve had a solid start to what I think is going to be a very good year. It’s going to be a unique year for Brits and I’m really excited to get to the business end of the season. We have to remember it is only May at the moment.”

“It’s been a long time since I ran a PB which has been annoying,” she said. “But there’s a time for everything and I’m confident in the work that I’ve done. I like to run a PB year on year so when I peak at the major champs later this summer it will be amazing to lay down some good times.”

The 24-year-old sprinter is one of the favorites to win the women’s 100m race.