Don't bet against Carmelita Jeter
NEW YORK -- The world's fastest woman wandered alone among the world-class athletes gathered on the warm-up field next to Icahn Stadium, with a posture and an expression on her face that has been a rare sight on the elite track circuit the past three years.
Carmelita Jeter looked lost.
Jeter had just finished third in the 100 meters, behind Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and fellow American Tianna Madison, at the adidas Grand Prix. Jeter crossed the line in 11.05 seconds ...
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