Fraser-Pryce wins women's 100-meter gold, Jeter snags silver8/4/2012
There's no lightning-bolt pose at the end of the race, but Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce seems as indomitable as countryman Usain Bolt when it comes to running 100 meters. American Carmelita Jeter's rise to fame from failing to even make the 2008 Olympics came up three-hundredths of a second short Saturday, Fraser-Pryce running to her second consecutive Olympic gold in 10.75 seconds. The Jamaican held off the surge by Jeter, the 2011 world champion, in the second half of the race after slow start, fretted until the final results were posted and then rocked back on the track in celebration as her country's hold on the Olympic sprints continued.
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