Commonwealth Games 2022: Elaine Thompson-Herah wins Women's 100m Final

Commonwealth Games 2022: Elaine Thompson-Herah wins Women’s 100m Final

Commonwealth Games 2022: Elaine Thompson-Herah wins women’s 100m final – Jamaican Elaine Thompson-Herah confirmed her place as the Commonwealth’s fastest woman after winning gold in the 100m final on Wednesday in Birmingham, England.

Thompson-Herah won with a time of 10.95 seconds. While Julien Alfred of Saint Lucia took silver in a time of 11.01 seconds, Daryll Neita of England also finished third in 11.07 seconds.

The two-time Olympic champion had company for the first 50m but accelerated away to beat Saint Lucia’s Julien Alfred to the finish line.

“Feeling good, I didn’t have the best execution but nevertheless I had to dig for that one but I am still grateful to win my first Commonwealth Games title,” Thompson-Herah said.

Women’s 100m – Final


Final  –  21:45  –  Official Wind: +0.4
Rank Lane Name Reaction Time Time
1 4 Elaine THOMPSON-HERAH

JAM

0.149 10.95
2 6 Julien ALFRED

LCA

0.139 11.01
3 5 Daryll NEITA

ENG

0.148 11.07
4 3 Rosemary CHUKWUMA

NGR

0.143 11.17
5 8 Nzubechi Grace NWOKOCHA

NGR

0.147 11.18
6 7 Zoe HOBBS

NZL

0.149 11.19
7 2 Tynia GAITHER

BAH

0.125 11.23
8 1 Natalliah WHYTE

JAM

0.154 11.32

Full Results

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