2016 Summer Olympics sprint double gold medallist – Elaine Thompson-Herah is bracing herself up for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Japan.

The fifth-fastest woman in [history] the 100 metres made a statement on Saturday having finished first in the women’s 100m race at the XXXII International Meeting of Athletics in Lignano, Italy.

The ‘Fast Elaine,’ despite running into a headwind of -1.2m/s stormed to victory in a meet record of 11.03 seconds.

Interestingly, the top four position was all grabbed by Jamaicans as Natasha Morrison [11.33], Shockoria Wallace [11.48], and Kashieka Cameron [11.50] finished second, third, and fourth respectively.

Meanwhile, Nigel Ellis won the men’s 100m in 10.21 seconds ahead of Mike Rodgers [10.23] while Great Britain’s Nathaneel Mitchell-Blake finished third in 10.33 seconds.