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Fraser-Pryce focused on running 10.5 seconds in 2023

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After setting a meet-equalling record of 10.65 seconds at the Zurich Diamond League final on Thursday to capture her fifth Diamond Trophy in the 100 meters, world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce says she's still focusing on running 10.5 seconds next year.

Fraser-Pryce became the first woman in history to run sub 10.7 seconds on seven occasions in a season, but the 35 year old says more is in store for next season which has a World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

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