Jamaican sprint star and fastest woman alive, Elaine Thompson-Herah closed off a historic 2021 season with yet another record-breaking performance at the Wanda Diamond League final in Zurich last week Thursday.
In addition to setting an Olympic record, a Diamond League record and many more storming performances in between, the 37-year-old shattered the Zurich 100m record when she clocked a dominant 10.65 for her ninth sub-10.80 run of the year.
The Jamaican earned her third Diamond League title by pulling away from Dina Asher-Smith of Britain, who was second in 10.83.
She was one of several Olympic champions who finished the season-long Diamond League circuit with a win.
Thompson-Herah capped off the season by not only winning the Diamond Trophy but also the top $30,000 prize, and a wildcard entry to the World Athletics Championships in Oregon next year.