World champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce ran the fastest women’s 100m of the year, clocking 10.66 seconds to win at the Diamond League in Silesia, Poland.
American Aleia Hobbs was second in 10.94, with Ivory Coast’s Marie-Josee Ta Lou third in 11.00.
“I always come into races expecting to run fast,” Fraser-Pryce said.
“It’s amazing to be so consistent. I’m always excited to compete and see what I can do.”
In the meantime, my friend Jamaica Shericka Jackson, won the 200m in 21.84, with Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas second in 22.35 and American Jenna Prandini third in 22.39.
It comes after Jackson, who also missed the Commonwealths, became the second-fastest woman over the distance to win the world title in 21.45 in July.
“I’m not thinking about the world record. I’m just trying to do my best, if it comes, it comes,” he said.
Trayvon Bromell beat American Marvin Bracey to take the men’s 100m title in 9.95, with Jamaica’s Akem Blake third.
Brommel had finished third behind runner-up Bracey in the World Championship.
Swedish world champion and world record holder Armand Duplantis cleared 6.10m to win the pole vault.