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Fraser-Pryce shows off speed in Stockholm 2015

Fraser-Pryce shows off speed in Stockholm 2015

On Thursday night, Shelley-Ann, the two-time Olympic 100m champion, who heads this year’s world lists with her 10.74 win in Paris earlier this month Diamond League meeting, got a good start and was never seriously challenged as she held her form to pass the line in a time of 10.93, that was very impressive given the unpromising conditions.

USA’s Tori Bowie was the closest to her in 11.05.

Fraser-Pryce crossed the finish line ahead of Tori Bowie (r) who finished in 11.05

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