May 6, 2021By: Vaamanaa Sethi
Late American athlete is the fastest woman of all time, with her track record of 10.49 seconds in the 100 metre dash. She has won several medals including three gold medals in the 1988 Olympics and a silver medal in the 200 metre category in the 1984 Olympics.
Former American sprinter with a track record of 10.64 seconds in 100 metres, she was the gold medalist in 2011 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship in 100 metres and is a three time Olympic medalist.
Former Belizean-American athlete who was also a professional basketball player had her personal best of 10.65 seconds in the 100 metre event. She was the IAAF World Champion for three consecutive years from 1997-1999 in 100 metres.
With her track record of 10.70 seconds in 100 metres, she is one of the most successful Jamaican sprinters. She was a two time gold medalist in the Olympics in 2008 and 2012.
Thompson is tied with Pryce as the fourth fastest athlete in history, with her record of 10.70 seconds in 100 metres. She won two gold medals and one silver medal in the Olympics in 2016.
This American sprinter holds her personal best record of 10.72 seconds in 100 metres. The 21-year old athlete won the 100 metre title at AAU Junior Olympics in 2016 and has won a gold medal in 4x100m relay in 2017 Pan American U20 Athletics Championship.
She is the world’s sixth fastest sprinter with a track record of 10.73 seconds which is still the European record. She was the 2003 World Championship gold medalist and had gotten a bronze in the 2004 Olympics in the 100 metre events.
Ottey had one of the longest careers in athletics. She holds the record for most Olympic appearances. With her track record of 10.74 seconds in 100 metres, she had won 14 World Championship medals, three silver medals, and six bronze medals in the Olympics.
Her personal best is 10.74 seconds in 100 metres. She has won a gold in 4x100m relay in Rio Olympics in 2016 and a silver medal in World Championships in 4x100m relay in 2013 and 2015.
Stewart holds her personal best record of 10.75 seconds. She was a silver medalist in 100 metres and 4x100m race in 2008 and 2012 Olympics respectively. Also, Stewart is a three time-gold medalist in the 4x100m relay in the 2009, 2013 and 2015 World Championships.