As Sha’Carri Richardson gears up to compete against the fastest women in the world tomorrow at the Prefontaine Classic, she reflected on how it felt watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics from home.

It was a moment of bitterness, but at the same time it was sweet because… it just gives me more… it gives me more time, it gives me more… to show the world I’m here to stay.

And, it just guarantees that I’m going to be here just a little bit longer!… In the game.

But, definitely watching it made me want to… push forward and just grow from that.

She was disqualified from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for testing positive for marijuana.

Sha’Carri will compete against all three Jamaican medalist (Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, and Sherica Jackson) who swept the 100m event in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, tomorrow at the Prefontaine Classic in Oregon.

Elaine Thompson-Herah set a new Olympic record with her time of 10:61, beating the former record held by Florence Griffith-Joyner (Flo Jo) in 1988 by 0.01.

Sha’Carri said she is excited and overjoyed to compete.

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To prove that her heart don’t pump no Kool-Aid Sha’Carri posted on her IG account, “August 21, and I’m not playing nice” along with a TikTok video letting the world know it’s game time.

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Sha’Carri is very familiar with the track she will be running on tomorrow at the Prefontaine Classic because it is the same track that held the U.S. Olympic trials, where she blew the world away with her amazing speed.

She has beaten Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce twice, but it will be her first time competing against the fastest women in the world Elaine Thompson-Herah.

Sha’Carri will also be running in the 200m at the Prefontaine Classic.

Make sure to tune in to NBC at 4:30 EST to support Sha’Carri Richardson.

Source: NBC Sports