Most decorated female sprinter, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce sent out a warning shot to her sprint rivals ahead of next month’s World Championships as she blasted to an emphatic win in the women’s 100m at the Meeting de Paris on Saturday, June 18 in 10.67 [0.5].
The time equalled the world lead and beat Elaine Thompson-Herah’s meeting record of 10.72 from last year.
In second, Britain’s Daryll Neita also broke the 11-second barrier with a season’s best of 10.99.
With heatwave conditions across much of Europe, temperatures in Paris were still over 30C during the meeting and the athletes largely seemed to relish it in the Stade Charléty.
The eight-time Olympic and nine-time World Championship medallist previously ran 10.67 at the Kip Keino Classic in Nairobi, Kenya on May 7.