The Jamaican blew away a world-class discipline in a time of 10.71 seconds to assert her fourth world championship title within the self-discipline and eighth world title total.
Sunday’s victory got here two years after Fraser-Pryce gave start to her son, Zyon.
“My secret is simply staying humble and simply know who you might be as an individual and athlete and simply proceed to work arduous,” the 32-year-old mentioned after her victory, the place she was joined on the monitor by Zyon.
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‘I bought my unicorns’
Very similar to Usain Bolt had dominated the world of males’s sprinting, his compatriot has been the girl to beat for years — her first of two Olympic gold medals got here again in 2008.
Her efficiency in Doha was a testomony to such longevity, together with her newest time simply zero.01 seconds off the private finest she set again in 2012.
With years of expertise on her aspect, Fraser-Pryce regarded composed all through the race together with her trademark type lightening up the competitors.
The famous person had opted for a brilliant yellow hair within the heats however donned a “unicorn” styled theme for the ultimate.
“I wanted one thing candy, Doha is already sizzling. I bought my unicorns. They are saying unicorns are one thing you by no means see however right here I’m,” she joked.
Regardless of Fraser-Pryce’s outstanding efficiency, only a few spectators had been there to see it.
This 12 months’s World Championships has been suffering from poor attendance with the 40,000 capability Khalifa Worldwide Stadium struggling to draw the variety of spectators anticipated for such a global sporting occasion.
Each the lads’s and girls’s 100m last had been raced in entrance of empty stadium, with solely the gap occasions attracting a extra respectable crowd.
Nonetheless, the crowds have been defended by among the competing athletes, notably Asher-Smith.
“I believe each nation has completely different cultures,” she mentioned after the race.
“If we had been racing within the Caribbean, that might have been packed out for the sprints. When you had been racing in Germany, everyone would have been gathered across the throws. You noticed final evening for the 10km, all of the followers got here out, the Ethiopian and the Kenyan followers.
“I believe completely different occasions do properly in numerous international locations and that is why it is essential that as a collective of athletes we go all around the globe.”
The IAAF didn’t instantly reply to CNN’s request for touch upon the problem of crowd numbers on the Doha occasion.
Moments earlier than Fraser-Pryce breezed to victory, USA’s Allyson Felix broke Bolt’s report by clinching a 12th gold medal on the World Championships within the mixed-gender 4x400m relay crew.
Together with adorned girls runners — together with Alysia Montaño, Kara Goucher and Phoebe Wright — Felix efficiently bought the model to adapt its coverage which now ensures feminine athletes will not be “adversely impacted financially for being pregnant” for 18 months, which is six months greater than underneath the earlier coverage.
This story has been up to date to provide the right age for Zyon. He’s two-years-old.