World fastest woman [100m] alive, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce proved why she’s the one to beat at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games having ran 10.71 seconds to win the 2021 Jamaica Olympic trials.

The two-time Olympic champion [Fraser-Pryce] stormed to victory in 10.71 seconds, ahead of Shericka Jackson [2nd] 10.82 seconds and 2016 double Olympic champion, Elaine Thompson-Herah, who was third in 10.84 seconds.

19-year-old Briana Williams finished fourth in 11.01 seconds, earning her a place at her first Olympic Games.

The Pocket Rocket [Fraser-Pryce] who has won six in eight finals will come face to face with Sha’Carri Richardson who won the United States Olympic Trials in 10.86 seconds as well as Dina Asher-Smith.