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Top Fastest Women In The World 2021

Athletic is one of the best paying career in the world and women have been keeping best and good records. Am going to share with you some of the fastest women in the world 2021. When it comes to 100m sprint, Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce is the fastest woman in the world. She completed her sprint in just 10.63 seconds on June 5 in Kingston. America's Sha'Carri Richardson follows her on the list with a timing of 10.72 seconds and the list is rounded off by Jamaica's Shericka Jackson with a time of 10.78 seconds. America's Gabrielle Thomas has been the fastest in Women's 200m category in 2021. She took 21.94 seconds to complete her sprint on June 25.

Gabrielle Thomas is followed by fellow country mate Jenna Prandini and Bahrain's Shaunae Miller-Uibo in second and third respectively.Shaunae Miller-Uibo is the worlds fastest woman in 400m in 2021. Shaunae Miller-Uibo is the worlds fastest woman in 400m in 2021.Shaunae Miller-Uibo has been the fastest woman in the 400m category. Namibian athletes Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi are second and third respectively.Topping the charts in the 800m sprint category is Cuba's Rose Mary Alymanza who had clocked a timing of 1:56.42 minutes on June 19. She is followed by two athletes from Ethiopia in second and third Werkwuha Getachew and Freweyni Hailu. Dutch athlete Sifan Hassan leads the world's fastest rankings in Women's 1500m event with an official timing of 3:53.63 minutes. Kenya's Faith Kipyegon falling short by just 0.28 seconds. Gudaf Tsegay of Ethiopia is third on the list with a timing of 3:54.01 minutes. Three Kenyan athletes have been the fastest in Women's 3000m event in 2021. Beatrice Chebet tops the list with a time of 8:27.49 minutes and is followed by Margaret Chelimo Kipkemboi and Lillian Kasait Rengeruk respectively.

Gudaf Tsegay has been the fastest woman in the world in Women's 5000m this year. She completed her event in 14:13.32 minutes on June 8. Tsegay is followed by two Ethiopian athletes Ejgayehu Taye and Senbere Teferi in second and third respectively. In the Women's 10,000m category, Letesenbet Gidey has been the fastest in the world. She recorded an official timing of 29:01.03 minutes and was almost five seconds ahead of The Netherlands' Sifan Hassan in second place. They are followed by Ethiopia's Gudaf Tsegay in third place.

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