Sha’Carri Richardson came in last in the 100-meter dash.

Richardson, who had been disqualified from the Tokyo Olympics, made her Prefontaine Classic debut at the University of Oregon, where she was scheduled to compete in the women’s 100-meter dash. The three Jamaican Olympians who won gold, silver, and bronze medals in her absence would be alongside her.

She stated, “This is one race.” “I’m not finished yet. You’re well aware of my capabilities. If you want to, you can count me out. You can say whatever you want. Because I’m going to be here for a while. I’m not finished yet. I’m the sixth quickest woman in the history of the game. Nobody can ever take that away from me. “

Richardson was also supposed to compete in the women’s 200 meters on Saturday afternoon, but she pulled out.

Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica improved on her Olympic gold-medal winning time with a time of 10.54 seconds, which is the best time in the world this year, a meet record, and a personal best.

Richardson placed 9th overall with a time of 11.14 seconds. She issued a strong message to all those who questioned her in a post-race interview.


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