Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce clocks 10.82 to win first 100m of the season

Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce kicked off her 100m season in impressive fashion, clocking a time of 10.82 seconds to claim victory at the pitzen Leichathletik Luzern meet in Switzerland.

Despite not getting her customary lightning-fast start, Fraser-Pryce took control of the race midway and sprinted ahead to break the meet record of 10.91 seconds, set back in 2002.

Her victory not only showcased her exceptional speed and form but also highlighted her status as a world champion. It was a fantastic start to the season for Fraser-Pryce, setting the stage for an exciting campaign ahead.

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