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This mom is sweeping the competition.
Olympic track and field sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce recently participated in a friendly race among parents at her son Zyon’s school in Jamaica.
The 36-year-old gold medal-winning runner, who became the oldest sprinter to win a world championship in 2022, didn’t give the other moms a chance and crushed her competition in the 100-meter dash.
The video of Fraser-Pryce’s sprint to the finish line showcased just how fast being the third-fastest woman of all time looks like compared to the average person.
Fraser-Pryce holds the record for the third-fastest 100-meter sprint time by a woman at 10.6 seconds.
The runner, nicknamed “pocket rocket” for boasting great speed with a 5-foot frame, won gold in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. She has won a total of eight Olympic medals and five world championships.
As for five-year-old Zyon, he was surely entertained by watching his mother embarrass the rest of the parents.
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