Four-time world 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will not compete in the Diamond League final in Zurich
According to her agent Paul Doyle, she has elected not to take part in the two-day final, which starts on Wednesday. Fraser-Pryce had qualified for the 100m final based on her previous performances this season on the Diamond League circuit.
While she had qualified for the final, Doyle says that she will not feature in Zurich.
"She is not competing in Zurich. She has not withdrawn so to speak, she was never confirmed," Doyle said.
Furthermore Doyle said that Fraser Pryce is considering ending her season now, however, they are considering one more meet.
"(We) are considering one more (meet), but (that has) not (been) confirmed yet," Doyle added.
Fraser-Pryce last competed in Poland on Sunday at the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial meet, a World Athletics Continental Tour Gold event, where she won the 100m in a time of 10:81 seconds. She has run three races on the circuit since the Tokyo Olympics.
posted Wednesday September 8th
by Daniel Wheeler