The American athlete Sha’Carri Richardson became world champion in the 100m by winning the grand final in Budapest in 2023 with a 10.65 championship record, ahead of Jamaica’s Shericka Jackson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
Richardson’s mark is one of the best in history in the Queen’s Test of Women’s Speed. Notably, she’s the fifth fastest of all time, tied with Jackson himself and Marion Jones.
In this way, it was prevented Fraser Pryce He won his sixth world title. The 36-year-old Jamaican started the season very late due to injury.
The Spanish Jael Bestue was eliminated in the semifinals after finishing eighth in her series with a score of 11:25, a little short of her best mark. The young Catalan still has two competitions ahead of her in Budapest: the 200m and the 4x100m.
Aside from that, Enrique Llopis was close to the final in the 110-meter hurdles. He finished third in his series, setting his personal best (13:30) but retaining the ninth-best grade of the contestants to a single digit of the classification.
The Valencian finishes a great season recovering from a bad fall in the final of the European indoor track’s 60-meter hurdles in Istanbul.
The title race was clearly won by American Grant Holloway.
And in the other finals of the day, Hugues Fabrice Zango from Burkina Faso won the triple jump and Sweden’s Daniel Stahl won the discus throw with a championship record (71.46) in an exciting contest resolution in competition with the Slovenian Ceh.