UPDATE: Sha’Carri Richardson‘s return to the observe didn’t end in a victory. The sprinter, who misplaced the prospect to compete within the Olympics after testing Positive for marijuana, got here in ninth and final place within the girls’s 100-meter sprint on the Prefontaine Traditional on Saturday, Aug. 21.
Her time of 11.14 seconds was nicely behind Olympic gold medalist winner Elaine Thompson-Herah, who clocked 10.54 seconds for the second-fastest girls’s time in historical past, ESPN reported. Later within the day, Richardson withdrew from the ladies’s 200-meter race.
“It was a fantastic return again to the game,” Richardson instructed NBC, in accordance with ESPN. “I needed to have the ability to come and carry out having a month off.”
She continued, Not upset at myself in any respect. That is one race. I am not performed. You understand what I am able to.” She added, “Rely me out if you wish to. Speak all of the s–t you need, trigger I am right here to remain. I am not performed. I am the sixth-fastest lady on this sport, ever. And might’t no one ever take that from me. Congratulations to the winners. Congratulations to the people who gained, however they don’t seem to be performed seeing me but. Interval.”
Sha’Carri Richardson s leaving her critics within the mud as she will get able to make her comeback on the observe after dropping the prospect to compete within the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as a result of a failed drug take a look at.
The 21-year-old sprinter is ready to compete within the 100- and 200-meter occasions on the Prefontaine Traditional on Saturday, Aug. 21. It takes place in Eugene, Oregon, the place she tested positive for THC, the primary psychoactive constituent of marijuana, on the U.S. Olympic Monitor & Discipline trials on Jun 19, the day she gained the ladies’s 100-meter remaining.