Kingston — Jamaican sprint darling Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce became the second-fastest woman of all time behind 100m world record holder the late Florence Griffith-Joyner when she clocked 10.63 sec at a meet in Kingston at the weekend.

Double Olympic champion Fraser-Pryce, who laid down a marker ahead of July’s Tokyo Olympics with her searing sprint, said her speed had taken her by surprise. “Honestly no … I never expected I would run 10.6 and think it’s a good thing because there was no pressure,” Fraser-Pryce told reporters...

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