Britain’s European champion Dina Asher-Smith had to settle for second in the women’s 100m at the Anniversary Games as Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce stormed to victory at London Stadium.
The Jamaican double Olympic 100m champion crossed the line in 10.78 seconds, with Asher-Smith clocking 10.92, having run 10.91 in her heat.
“I tried to be as close as I could, but I wasn’t that close today,” Asher-Smith, 23, told BBC Sport.
“To get low 10.9s, I can’t complain.”
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