SportsSha’Carri Richardson 10.75 World Junior & NCAA Record – 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships diamond9 months ago441 mins The freshman phenom displays sound sprint mechanics late in the race to take down Dawn Sowell’s record. source Post navigation Previous: 2023 SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships (Full Event)Next: Chigatayeva Places 22nd in 3,000 SC at NCAA Meet 44 thoughts on “Sha’Carri Richardson 10.75 World Junior & NCAA Record – 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships” Richardon et unique Reply This time looks more and more suspicious as time goes on… Reply 'Carri, when you get back on your grind, do me a favor…talk all the smack you can! You are a 10.55-10.48 waiting to happen…you'll be alright baby, take a deep breath, rediscover your inner-bitch, and bring the gold back to America. Reply So, She'Carri chilled out 10m before the line, this would've been a 10.69 or so back in 2019! Reply Con Jamaica no puede Reply she’s annoying Reply That’s My Girl❤️🔥✅ Reply 10.75Best in collegiate historyWell considering that’s a whole Olympic medal placing time I bet it did break the record Reply Sha’Carri 😌❤️🔥🤴🏾✊🏾✅ Reply Awesomeness Reply And look where we are today! 🥳 Reply I think I"m in love. Reply Ready…Set…Bye…bye!! ✌ Reply BYE Reply 2021 Tokyo summer Olympic 100 meter gold medalist and world record holder. Reply Reporting Live From Oakcliff! Reply LSU the joke was almost on you but you sent her away before the NCAA could investigate. Now she done went pro and what do you know, her last race she came in last place. Now pay attention and listen, one thing I like to mention she’ll never run a 10.75 or a 10.9 because on the pro level that shit bet not be in her system. Reply Her lungs are great she isn’t even breathing hard after the run……most folks pass out or breathe heavy Reply Kayla White has obvious 10.8 or better in her future!!!!!! Reply Woulda been 10 65 ifshe wouldaran hardball the way threw and not put her hands up Reply Sheesh🥰 Reply Sorry, but when I see these guys start 'celebrating' or ease up the last 5 meters Im just thinking ' What an Idiot " ….. a super athletically talented idiot …..even Bolt did it often … like running full out another 5 meters is going to make a difference on anything in the finals– just makes them look small minded and dumb frankly …. dumb people can run fast …. Reply …….never, never 10.75….never…!!! Reply She’s pretty fine !! She’s the only one that transitioned into top end running form!! Reply She's sooooo young bro 😂😂 Imagine her at 24 in the Olympics Reply Next great sprinter out of Dallas Reply A Born star sha' Carri is.. Reply Girl from Texas was moving but leans waaaaaaay too much, great race Reply She will be close Flo Jo Reply Get rid of the blond hair. Go natural Reply Fake hair Reply This girl is incredible, why the bizarre fake blond wig? I don't get it. Reply Once she gets stronger and thicking up from weight gain, she will be super fyne. Just imagine her exactly the same put thighs thicker and upper body still small Reply Her nickname is Fast Azz Reply I just realized she was in my track team! Texas swagg! Reply I don't see her beating Shelly-Ann or Elaine Thompson anytime soon.. Reply Kayla will do better without all that hair Reply That's was very impressive,but as usual everyone is overreacting. Reply 10.75 with the previous celebration and that goddamn wig. WOW. Reply great bt that blong wig gotta go Reply Hopes she transitions to pro running well. It will be tough Reply She should have ran hard all the way through… she cheated herself with that one. 🙄🤦♂️😅 Reply Coming back to this after the 2019 World Championships and looking back. Many Jamaicans hated seeing this race and seeing Sha'Carri because she represents a true threat to their beloved queen SAFP. I can't tell you how many Jamaicans I spoke to expressed deep and serious dislike toward this young lady. If she had not stupidly celebrated before crossing the line, she would have run a 10.7 or maybe even a 10.69. They have so much jealousy of this girl. Reply Was hoping to see her at Worlds but…. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.