Two time Olympic 100 metres gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser- Pryce says breaking the 10.7 seconds barrier is still at the top of our desires before she leaves the athletics scene.
Fraser-Pryce who bursts onto the scene by capturing the event at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, has a personal best of 10.70 set in 2012.
Even as she accepts that the 10.49 seconds world record for the event is difficult to attain, the 33 year old has lofty targets for the 2021 and 2022 seasons.
Fraser-Pryce who has nine individual medals between the Olympics and the World Championships, wants to cement her status in history after being showered with "greatest ever sprinter" praises. Fraser-Pryce was speaking on the Olympic Channel recently.