Golden Girls Of Jamaica Steal Show At Doha 2019

Golden Girls Of Jamaica Steal Show At Doha 2019


Congrats to Jamaica Women GOLD in a WORLD LEADING 41.44 to win the 4x100m final DOHA2019.

Jamaica without the super star, Ulsan Bolt were just marvellous to watch as their female athletes showed presence and splendid performance.

Jamaican sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce surged to a record fourth 100m crown at the World Championships.


The rainbow-haired 32-year-old Fraser-Pryce, who skipped the the 2017 championships to give birth to her first child, delivered a barnstorming run to take the tape in 10.71sec at the Khalifa Stadium.

Britain's Dina Asher-Smith took silver with a time of 10.83sec while Ivory Coast's Marie-Josee Ta Lou claimed bronze in 10.90sec.

"To be standing here as world champion again after having my baby, I am elated," said Fraser-Pryce.


"The females keep showing up. We love to put on a performance and for me I am just really happy to come away with the win."