Sherika Jackson wins 100m, Shelley-Anne Fraser-Pryce both set to advance to Paris Olympics

Sherika Jackson Successfully defended the 100m national title.

The Tokyo 2020 100m bronze medalist The senior team won Shelley-Anne Fraser-Pryce Friday night (June 28) Jamaica National Championship In Kingston, she led by 10.84 Thea Clayton 10.90s and 36-year-old Fraser-Pryce was third in 10.94.

All three women are expected to be named in Jamaica’s ever-threatening sprints squad for the upcoming Olympics. Paris 2024.*

Jackson is the two-time and defending world champion in the 200m, while Fraser-Pryce, a three-time Olympic champion, previously said Paris would be her final in her first event. Beijing 2008.

It was the third 100m national title for Jackson, who hopes to do the same in the 200m.

Men’s 100m Kishan Thomson Continuing his amazing weekend in Kingston, energizing For a 9.77, managed to score Leaning SevilleFinished second in 9.82. Akeem Blake Another sub-10 time rounded out the top three with a 9.92.

Two-time and current Olympic 100m and 200m champion Elaine Thompson-Hera of Jamaica He announced his resignation From Paris earlier this week due to an Achilles injury NYC Grand Prix In early June.

A lot more to come.

As National Olympic Committees have exclusive authority over the representation of their respective countries at the Olympic Games, athletes’ participation in the Paris Games will depend on their NOC to represent their representatives at Paris 2024.

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