Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, a Jamaican track and field standout, is regarded as one of the best sprinters of all time.
The 36-year-old has more than 15 years of experience and three Olympic gold medals, including consecutive 100-meter victories in Beijing 2008 and London 2012.
Also, she has won an astounding 10 world championships in the 100-, 200-, and 4×100-meter relay events.
There is no denying Fraser-extraordinary Pryce’s talent. Think about the situation where you are in line for the parent’s race at your child’s school sporting event and you realize that you are competing against the third-fastest lady in the world.
This is exactly what occurred this week when Fraser-Pryce attended the sports day for her five-year-old son.
At the time of writing, a video of the incident had 4.7 million views on Twitter.
In the video, Fraser-Pryce is seen queuing up among other parents for a 100-meter race. She rapidly pulls away from her rivals to win the sprint by at least 10 seconds.
While the other parents appear to be working very hard, Fraser-Pryce barely seems to be.
Check the video out for yourself below;
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 🇯🇲 showed up and floored everyone in the parent's race at her boy's school.😂😂
She is surely having fun! pic.twitter.com/F3HSg5g4c7
— oluwadare (@Track_Gazette) March 31, 2023