With each race this season, sprint ace, Brenessa Thompson seems to be getting better and better.
The 20-year-old, who broke the 200m national record twice last month, yesterday smashed the national 100m record to highlight the inaugural Aliann Pompey Invitational meet and further cement her place at the Olympic Games in Brazil.
In front of the largest crowd to witness a track and field event at the National Track and Field Centre, the US-based Thompson rebounded from a pedestrian start and a third place finish in the heat to win emphatically in the final in a blistering 11.41s.
In the fastest race she has ran so far, Thompson was flawless from the beginning. The stylish Thompson, who wore a headband of daisies around her forehead like Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fras...