Elaine Thompson Herah, the reigning double Olympic, beats Tokyo favourite Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at the Gyulai István Memorial in Hungary on Tuesday.
Elaine Thompson-Herah clocked 10.71, just 0.01 off her personal best. Fraser-Pryce finished second in a time of 10.82, one month after recording 10.63 to become the second-fastest woman in history. Fraser-Pryce and Thompson-Herah are the last two women to win the Olympic 100m.
BOOM ? Reigning Olympic 100m champion Elaine Thompson-Herah sped to a blistering 10.71 to defeat Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 10.82 at the Hungarian Grand Prix. ?? pic.twitter.com/iPhnQllukB— RoRo ??? (@thesaintromane) July 6, 2021
First time in Hungary with a SB & MR 10:71 forever grateful ?.— Elaine Thompson Herah (@FastElaine) July 6, 2021
#patience#humble #godplan#hiswillhiswaymyfaith ?? pic.twitter.com/50O4i2Hv77
Best performance trophy ? today. So grateful ?. pic.twitter.com/hrCvlsNpis— Elaine Thompson Herah (@FastElaine) July 6, 2021