Two-time Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has revealed what she needs to have a memorable outing at Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The world's most dominant female 100m runner Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is not dwelling on luck or favours at Paris 2024 Olympic Games, rather she has stated what she needs.
Fraser-Pryce, a track legend revealed this on a Jamaican Live TV programme called Feel Good Friday, and at the end of her interview segment, the host wished her good luck at the Paris Olympics.
In response, she said: "We don't need luck, we need hard work and perseverance, and we'll get there. Luck favours the unprepared, and we will not be unprepared."
Fraser-Pryce is arguably the greatest female 100m runner in track and field history, as she has won a gold medal at every major championship.
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Her highest impact is at the World Championships level with ten gold medals (notably mention a five-time 100m world champion), and at the Olympics, she has three gold medals (100m Olympic titles in 2008 and 2012).
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With the incoming Olympic year, which may likely be her last international appearance in Paris, the Jamaican icon will be gunning for another podium placement or a bit better by becoming the Olympic champion once again and hijack the three-peat goal of her compatriot Elaine Thompson-Herah.