After easing her way to the finish line in the heats of the Women 100m event at this year’s staging of the World Championship, Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce stopped for a post-race interview. The iconic sprinter gave an insight into how she feels after the run as well as illustrating how challenging this track and field season has been.
In her usual playful and joyous spirit, complimented by her colourful hair, Fraser-Pryce told trackside reporters that she felt good after her opening run.
“Am feeling good getting the first round out the way, the first one is usually a little bit mix and match, but I think I was able to have a good one, hopefully, it was technically sound as my coach would have liked,” Fraser-Pryce explained.
Fraser-Pryce continued her interview by describing herself as a warrior, especially seeing the season she has had so far that was plagued by injuries and her missing in action at a couple of track meets.
“Again, it has been a challenging season, but nothing that am not used to; I guess I am a warrior, I love the challenges, and I show up for them; things are not always going to be a 100, and you just have to find the strength to push through,” Fraser Pryce outlined.
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