8 time Olympic Gold medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser is now at the point where she will be able to make a judgement of how well she is performing at the 200 meters since she dominated among a field of good sprinters to take the victory moments ago.
In her last public statement on the race that took place on Saturday, Fraser-Pryce made it known that there are times when she gets up and feels good but there are other moments when she feels like a 35-year-old.
Included in the race was the World Indoor 60m champion Mujinga Kambundji from Switzerland but Fraser-Pryce was the star of the show and finished in a time of 22.41 seconds ahead of Brittany Brown from the United States who finished second in a time of 22.76 while Bahamian Anthonique Strachan ran a time of 22.76 to place third.
Watch Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce win 200m race at Prefontaine Classic, below.
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