100 metres women World Athletics Championships Odds

Who wins 100 metres women?

Elaine Thompson2.802.75
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce2.802.75
Dina Asher-Smith3.503.25
Marie-Josée Ta Lou13.0012.50
Dafne Schippers18.0017.00
Murielle Ahouré18.0018.00
Tori Bowie18.0018.00
Blessing Okagbare26.0026.00
Williams, Briana26.0026.00
Daniels, Teahna36.0036.00
English Gardner51.0051.00
Mujinga Kambundji51.0051.00
Tatjana Pinto67.0067.00
Akinosun, Morolake101.00101.00
Asha Philip101.00101.00
Daryll Neita101.00101.00
Ewa Swoboda101.00101.00
Ge Manqi101.00101.00
Ivet Lalova-Collio101.00101.00
Gaither, Tynia151.00151.00
Gina Lückenkemper151.00151.00
Mamathu, Tebogo201.00201.00
Yongli Wei201.00201.00
Emmanuel, Crystal251.00251.00
Kelly-Ann Baptiste251.00251.00
Michelle-Lee Ahye251.00251.00
Van Hunenstijn, Marije251.00251.00
Xiaojing Liang251.00251.00
Bass, Gina501.00501.00
Carolle Zahi501.00501.00
Durant, Kamaria501.00501.00
Rosa, Vitoria Cristina501.00501.00
Safronova, Olga501.00501.00
Salomé Kora501.00501.00
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya751.00751.00
Kwayie, Lisa Marie751.00751.00
Rosângela Santos751.00751.00

Fraser-Pryce is aiming for the big prize at the upcoming World Championships

Talking about the upcoming World Championships in Doha, the Jamaican said that she's fully driven and hungry for a big win.

The 7-time IAAF World Champion was talking to the media persons in Lausanne before the start of the Diamond League meet which she won later against a number of strong opponents including Dafne Schippers, Dina Asher-Smith, and Marie Josee Ta Lou.

The 3-time world 100m champion ran a 10.74s to beat Dina into second. It’s not the first time that she has impressed everyone with her performance this year, last month she clocked 10.73s to finish second at the Jamaican National Championships, managing the same time as the winner.

The 2-time Olympic 100m champion (gold at both the 2008 and 2012 Olympics) is on the comeback trail after taking some time off the field to give birth to her son. Her performance in the last event easily confirms her return to the top of athletics.

As mentioned earlier, the Jamaican is very hopeful and driven for a win at the World Championships due to be held in Doha later this year, and her performance so far makes her a very strong contender for the top prize, only if she's able to keep her current form.

Talking about her form, she said that it was not easy to get into her best form after such a long hiatus of about two years but she had the right motivation to push herself harder.

She further said that after achieving so much in life she's still not short on motivation; instead she's even more motivated to achieve something more bigger and better. She also said that her time away from the field worked as a refresher for her after eleven years of high-level competition.