Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce’s second race since returning from having a child was quicker than her first, but the Jamaican sprint ace had to settle for second behind the United States’ Jenna Prandini over 100 metres at the Cayman Invitational on Saturday.

Prandini clocked 11.16 seconds to take the race ahead of Fraser-Pryce, the World and Olympic champion having crossed the tape in 11.33 seconds.

At a Jamaica All Comers meet last month, Fraser-Pryce was victorious, but in a slower 11.52 seconds.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Semoy Hackett finished the race fourth in 11.34 seconds, just behind another American, Aaliyah Brown, who clocked the same time as Fraser-Pryce, the three hitting the tape in a line.

Further back in fifth was another Jamaican, Schillonie Calvert-Powell, who finished in 11.52 seconds, the same time as the Bahamas’ Tynia Gaither.

Jamaica’s Sherone Simpson was seventh in 11.56, while American Destinee Brown rounded out the field in 11.62 seconds.

Source: Paul-Andre Walker|| SportsMax