Okagbare believes she can beat Shelly-Ann at JII

Jamaica International Invitational (JII) Saturday, May 3, 2014 at National Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica.

KINGSTON, Jamaica — 2013 World Championship 200m bronze medallist, Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria believes she can pull off an upset over World Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce this Saturday at the Jamaica International invitational (JII) at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. Reports from Nigerian-based websites such as pmnewsnigeria.com quote an optimistic Okagbare speaking from her base in the United States of America in a statement from the Blessing Okagbare Foundation. According to the reports, the five-time Nigeria 100m champion and African record holder stated that: “Jamaica is a country of champions. Everyone knows about their prowess and their enviable success on the track, but I’m determined to compete on the big stage and prove myself.” Okagbare was beaten into third by Fraser Pryce and Murielle Ahoure with American

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Allyson Felix out injured at the IAAF World Championships last year in Moscow, Russia. This time around the Nigerian is confident that she can rearrange the positions in her favour. “I believe it is doable [beating Fraser-Pryce in her native country]. My records will always get better and so I can only train harder, grow my aspirations and keep my belief aflame,” Okagbare is reported as saying. The Women’s 200m Saturday is expected to be a highly competitive event with World Champion Fraser Pryce going into the half-lap event against the Olympic champion Felix and an Okagbare eager to make her mark on the sprinting world. World Championship silver medallist Ivory Coast’s Ahoure will not be participating.  

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