‘I just want to go home!’ Fraser-Pryce left raging at loss to rival in 100m final

Tokyo 2020: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce reacts to 100m final loss

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Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, who won the gold medals in the female 100m events at both the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, had to settle for the silver medal after Elaine Thompson stormed to victory in Tokyo and set a new Olympic record in the process. Ms Fraser Pryce admitted in her interview after the race that she would most likely go home and cry following the loss.

Ms Fraser-Pryce said: “It is crazy but my emotions are still very raw right now.

“I am very sure I am going to go home and probably have some tears.

“As I said I have been through this many, many times.

“I am just really excited about what I was able to do tonight.”

She added regarding her future: “I do not know yet, we will see.”

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