Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is set to make her first appearance in a Diamond League race in Oslo on July 1.
The four-time Diamond League champion will pursue her twentieth triumph on the Diamond League circuit when she goes facing Marie Josee Ta Lou of the Ivory Coast and Jamaican comrade Natasha Morrison just as the USA’s Javianne Oliver, who was second in the 100m at the USA Olympic preliminaries last end of the week.
Fraser-Pryce is required to face Morrison, who has run a season-best of 10.87, at the Jamaican public preliminaries that start on Thursday at the National Stadium in Kingston. The four-time title holder is down to challenge the 100m and 200m.
The double cross Olympic 100m hero is the quickest lady on the planet this after her 10.63 run at the Olympic Destiny Series meet in Kingston on June 5.
It’s anything but another public record and the first occasion when she had at any point run under 10.70 seconds.
The 34-year-old likewise got her Wanda Diamond League crusade looking solid so far.
In her two past Diamond League meets this season, Fraser-Pryce was fourth in Gateshead and afterward won in Doha in her then, at that point season-best season of 10.84.
All things considered, Merlene Ottey’s arena record of 10.88 is under danger.