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Published on Jul 2, 2012
Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica's new national record-holder in the women's 100 meters, continued her torrid rampage with a convincing win in the 200 finals Sunday at the Jamaica Championships, which serve as that nation's Olympic Trials.
Fraser-Price had sent a warning shot across Team USA's bow on Friday evening with her stunning 10.70 seconds victory in the 100 finals.
Then, in a return volley on Saturday, Allyson Felix (21.69), Carmelita Jeter (22.11) and Sanya Richards-Ross (22.22) answered emphatically in the U.S. OlymAllyson Felixpic Trials 200 final.
Now, the Jamaicans have fired back with Fraser-Pryce's win (22.10), followed by Sherone Simpson (22.37) and Veronica Campbell-Brown (22.42), also in the 200.
Felix's world-leading 200 time is every bit as impressive as Fraser-Pryce's world-leader in the 100 and the two outstanding efforts only serve to illustrate the intense rivalry between the two sprint powerhouses.
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