Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce became the 2nd fastest woman in the 100m of all time after clocking 10.63 seconds in Kingston on Saturday.
"Honestly, no, I wasn't coming out here to run that fast," said Fraser-Pryce who improved her previous personal best by 0.07 seconds from 2012. "Thank God that I finish healthy.
"There was no pressure. I just wanted to get one more race in before the national trials."
Natasha Morrison finished in second place with another sub-11seconds performance this season of 10.95.
American Florence Griffith-Joyner holds the world record at 10.49 seconds set back in 1988.
Top 10 women 100m all time
|1||10.49||0.0||Florence Griffith-Joyner||USA||16 Jul 1988|
|2||10.63||Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce||JAM||05 Jun 2021|
|3||10.64||+1.2||Carmelita Jeter||USA||20 Sep 2009|
|4||10.65A||+1.1||Marion Jones||USA||12 Sep 1998|
|5||10.70||+0.3||Elaine Thompson-Herah||JAM||1 Jul 2016|
|6||10.72||+1.6||Sha'Carri Richardson||USA||10 Apr 2021|
|7||10.73||+2.0||Christine Arron||FRA||19 Aug 1998|
|8||10.74||+1.3||Merlene Ottey||JAM||7 Sep 1996|
|8||10.74||+1.0||English Gardner||USA||3 Jul 2016|
|10||10.75||+0.4||Kerron Stewart||JAM||10 Jul 2009|