Olympic sprint legend takes on other mums at school sports day

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is used to taking on the world’s fastest women in the biggest stadiums – but her latest race was a bit more low key.
The multiple Olympic and world championship gold medallist lined up against other mums at her son’s sports day in Jamaica.

Video of the race shows her predictably leaving them way behind as she blazes down the rough grass track.
Despite the big gap, Fraser-Pryce appeared to be holding plenty in reserve.

Image: Fraser-Pryce won the 100m world championship again last year
The 36-year-old is the third-fastest woman of all time with a best of 10.6 seconds and is regarded by many as the best female sprinter ever.

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Her record includes two golds in the 100m at the Olympics, as well as five world titles in the same event.
Nicknamed the pocket rocket because of her 5ft height, in 2022 she became the oldest sprinter to win a world championship when she was again victorious in Eugene, Oregon.


Source : Sky News