Elaine Thompson-Herah came up short in her bid to topple Florence Griffith Joyner's 100m world record, but still posted a time of 10.70 seconds in her win at the Paris Diamond League meeting.
The Olympic champion has been peppering Griffith Joyner's 1988 world record, as she clocked the second fastest time in history - 10.54 - last weekend.
The Jamaican suffered a surprise defeat to compatriot Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in Lausanne on Thursday, but was back in winning form on Saturday.
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However, the world record proved elusive as she stopped the clock at 10.70.
Thompson-Herah’s fellow Jamaican Shericka Jackson claimed second, while Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith continued her comeback from injury with a third-placed finish in a time of 11.06.
Armand Duplantis suffered a surprise defeat in Lausanne, but the Olympic pole vault champion was back on form with a win in Paris.
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