Shelley Ann Fraser Price of Jamaica won the gold medal in the women’s 100-meter race on Sunday in Doha, the capital city of Qatar. This is his fourth gold in the history of this tournament.
Fraser Price became the first racer in the world to become a four-time champion in the 100-meter race. He broke the 3–3 gold medal records of Usain Bolt of Jamaica, Carl Lewis of America and Morris Green. Among the women, the second-highest number of gold after Fraser Price is in America’s Marion Jones.
Fraser Price finished first, taking the best time of the season. He took 10.71 seconds. Britain’s Diana Asher-Smith finished second with 10.83 seconds. Ivory Coast’s Mary Jose Ta Lou, who won a silver medal in the 100m and 200m races in London two years ago, had to be content with the bronze medal. He finished the race in 10.90 seconds.
Fraser Price, who came to the podium with the baby, won 32-year-old Fraser Price gold in 2008 and 2012 Olympics. After her performance in Doha, it is believed that she could win gold in the Tokyo Olympics next year. After winning the race, Fraser Price said, ‘Standing on this podium with your child is a dream come true. I couldn’t sleep at all last night. The last time I won a major tournament was in 2016.
The first racer to win 12 golds at the Allison Felix World Championships
, on the other hand, US women’s racer Alison Felix won the gold medal in the 4×400-meter mixed relay. This is the 12th world title of Felix. He overtook Jamaica Usain Bold (11 titles) in winning the most titles. Felix won his first gold in 2005. 33-year-old Felix had previously won three titles in the 200 meters, one in the 400 meters, three in the 4×100 meter relay and four titles in the 4×400 meter relay.
Wilbert London, Courtney Okolo and Michael Carrie race alongside Felix. The four together completed the race in 3 minutes, 9.04 seconds. This is a world record for this event. Seven of the eight teams participating in the race placed the male runners in the first and fourth leg. At the same time, Poland placed male and female runners in the last two legs. The tournament was won by Jamaica and Bronze Bahrain.