Thompson-Herah wins the Women’s 100m

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Elaine Thompson-Herah Confidently breaking the women’s 100m world record after winning the Diamond League championship, field 8 in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday past.

The Jamaican whirlwind. Who recently defended her Olympic championship in both the 100m and 200m categories, continues to keep her hot form. By competing in the women’s 100m category and finishing first with a time of 10.54 s, breaking his own best record of 10.61 s. Made in the Tokyo ufabet Games, holding the second fastest record in history. And far away from the world record that Florence Griffith-Joiner American legend made it in 1988 only 0.05 s.

“I think I can break the record. Because I took 10.5 seconds and I know I still have a lot to do. But I don’t want to get too attached to it.” Thompson-Herah said after the competition. She is confident she will be able to break the 100m world record in the future. Including the 200m world record set by Griffith-Joyner of 21.34 at the 1988 Olympics after she had just hit 21.53. Tokyo  

There are four events remaining in the 2021 Diamond League season: Lausanne on 26 August, Paris on 28 August, Brussels on 3 September and the Diamond League final in Zurich on 8-9 September.