In an unexpected turn of events, Jamaica’s Danielle Williams recaptured her world women’s 100m hurdles championship in Budapest.
The 30-year-old, previously crowned champion in Beijing 2015, stunned the competition with a remarkable time of 12.43 seconds.
Her performance edged out the reigning Olympic champion, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn from Puerto Rico, who finished closely at 12.44 seconds. Kendra Harrison of the United States secured the bronze medal with a time of 12.46 seconds.
The defending champion, Tobi Amusan from Nigeria, and the 2019 titleholder, Nia Ali, faced disappointment as they found themselves out of contention. Amusan finished sixth, while Ali ended up in last place. Williams’ unexpected triumph adds another chapter to the world of sports, showcasing the unpredictable nature of elite competitions.
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