Monday, October 2

Sha’Carri Richardson emerges victorious in the women’s 100 meters at the track and field world championships.


At the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, Sha’Carri Richardson set a thrilling women’s 100 meters time with nary guessedguessed it was 10.1 seconds.

In the challenging lane 9, Richardson overcame a deficit to lead Jamaican sprinters in the final meters, while Shericka Jackson, an Olympic bronze medalist, finished silver with 10.72 seconds, and Shelly-Ann Fraser–Pryce, two-time Olympic gold medal winner and 100-meter champion last year, took bronze in 10.77.

Eurosport, a channel owned by Warner Brothers Discovery and CNN, was told by Richardson that he is feeling fantastic. He credits his hard work, dedication, and faith in his commitment to winning every match this season.

Richardson, who won the women’s 100 meters at the US trials and was expected to be a major contender at Tokyo Olympics in 2021, decided against competing after being banned for submitting ten questions about cannabis using weed. She claimed that her decision was made because she was grieving for her mother.

Running in the outside lane on Monday evening was considered emblematic by Richardson.

“I’ve always been alone in my own world, and being in lane 9 was the perfect way to do it. I felt confident about myself and celebrated because I knew I gave my best even when things were going well.”

This year’s World Championships will be her first major global event since the Olympics. She is also competing in the 200 meters, which will take place from Wednesday to Friday. Richardson has compiled the fourth-fastest 200 metres time this year.

The US 4×100-meter relay team has six women in the pool, and Richardson is one of them.

Richardson was in excellent shape at the US championships, running the 100 meters in a time of 10.71, which was his best ever. Jackson, 29, secured the top spot in the 2023 leaderboard by posting 10.165 at this year’s Jamaican nationals.

Monday saw Richardson achieve a personal best time, finishing just.16 slower than the 1988 world record set by Florence Griffith-Joyner.

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