Rise and shine break is over. Track and Field Season – 2023 is here. Awake from your sleepless slumber. Fans of Elaine Thompson – Herah (ETH) anticipate excellent years in 2023 and 2024. Now is the time to run 10.47 for the 100M event. Pens filled with ink waiting to sign-off on Performances, confirming her return to the throne of Women sprinting. She is one of two members in the EXCLUSIVE 10.6X Club for the 100M event.

Where does ETH go from a less than perfect season in 2022? She is planning to destroy the competition in a demonstrative way. She was not ready for the 100M and 200M at WAC – 2022. The anticipated rematch between Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce, and Shericka Jackson in the 100M Final at WAC – 2022 lacked the Neck and Neck drama. Regardless the race was competitive

Absent injuries, ETH will to be a Factor in the Women 100M and 200M events in Budapest Hungary August 19, 2023. Elaine Thompson – Herah, has work to do but nothing to be nervous about. The Spear will be burning in Budapest and will make Jamaica proud.  

Despite the Dishonoring at recent Award Celebrations, Fans believe Elaine Thompson-Herah (ETH), back-to-back 2016 and 2021 double Olympic Champion with an Olympic record in the 100M, and awarded Female Athlete of the Year in 2021, has more significant and longer lasting accomplishments. If she runs 10.47 for the 100M in Budapest or Paris, that record will last forever.

Athletes planning to be in the Women 100M Final in Budapest with a Personal Best (PB) slower than 10.7X should skip the event. Participating in the event with a PB south of 10.7X, will make you late for Dinner, where dinner is the Gold Medal. The Women’s 100M Final in Budapest 2023 is on Track for a Time of 10.61 or better.

Moving forward it will be difficult to make Jamaica Olympic Team as a member of the 100M or 4 X 100M squad. 10.6X in the Women 100M event is the formula to win. The Tail Gate Party continues.


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