Danielle Williams proved her mettle when she blazed down the track to win the World Championship gold in the women’s 100m hurdles final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Budapest.
The Jamaican track star maintained her composure to ensure that she made it across the line in the winning position.
Williams’ bragging rights came after crossing the line in a season’s best of 12.43 sec.
Running second was pre-race favorite and reigning Olympic Champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico, who was just behind in 12.44 sec.
American former World Record holder Keni Harrison was third in 12.46 sec, while Bahamian World Indoor Champion Devynne Charlton was fourth in 12.52 sec.
NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Champion Ackera Nugent ran 12.61 sec for fifth, while World Record holder and defending World Champion Tobi Amusan ran 12.62 sec in sixth.
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