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Women’s 100m Start List: Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern 2023

The following is the complete women's 100m start list for the Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern 2023 meet, with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Mujinga Kambundji, Melissa Jefferson, Zoe Hobbs, and Jenna Prandini leading the entrants.

Susan Moore

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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce runs 10.60 at Lausanne Diamond League

(July 19) — The start list for the women’s 100m at the Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern 2023 meeting on Thursday (20) will feature the likes of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Mujinga Kambundji, Melissa Jefferson, Zoe Hobbs, and Jenna Prandini and below you will find the complete heat sheets.

The meeting is a World Athletics Continental Tour Silver series event, with the featured heat for this event being the third race, which will feature some of the best sprinters in the world. Highlighting that list of athletes is Jamaica’s five-time reigning world champion Fraser-Pryce, who will make her season debut in the 100m.

Going up against the two-time Olympic champion are USA’s Jefferson and Morolake Akinosun, New Zealand’s area record holder Zoe Hobbs, Swiss record-holder Kambundji, as well as Jamaicans Briana Williams and Natasha Morrison.

Read more: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce set for earlier 100m debut in Luzern on July 20

Meanwhile, Prandini Jenna of USA headlines the B Race, which also includes her compatriot Anavia Battle, and Jamaicans Jonielle Smith and Serena Cole. 

100m Women Heats – Start Lists

Heat C:

  • Lane 1 – Tatjana Schwab (LV Thun, SUI)
  • Lane 2 – Anouk Ledermann (LV Langenthal, SUI)
  • Lane 3 – Lisa Hanhart (LC Frauenfeld, SUI)
  • Lane 4 – Anja Ming (TV Inwil, SUI)
  • Lane 5 – Céline Bürgi (LV Thun, SUI)
  • Lane 6 – Milla Tonazzi (LK Zug, SUI)
  • Lane 7 – Romane Lou Cottier (CA Fribourg, SUI)
  • Lane 8 – Abassia Rahmani (LV Winterthur, SUI)

Heat B:

  • Lane 1 – Maboundou Kone (CIV)
  • Lane 2 – Carina Horn (RSA)
  • Lane 3 – Jenna Prandini (USA)
  • Lane 4 – Gina Bass (GAM)
  • Lane 5 – Jonielle Smith (JAM)
  • Lane 6 – Serena Cole (JAM)
  • Lane 7 – Anavia Battle (USA)
  • Lane 8 – Julia Niederberger (LA Nidwalden, SUI)

Heat A:

  • Lane 1 – Melissa Jefferson (USA)
  • Lane 2 – Briana Williams (JAM)
  • Lane 3 – Mujinga Kambundji (STB Leichtathletik, SUI)
  • Lane 4 – Morolake Akinosun (USA)
  • Lane 5 – Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM)
  • Lane 6 – Zoe Hobbs (NZL)
  • Lane 7 – Natahsa Morrison (JAM)
  • Lane 8 – Kennedy Blackmon (USA)

About The Author

Susan Moore

Susan has been with World-Track since 2004 and continues to play a big part in our growth. She was never a runner, but loves the sport and encouraged all her children to do track. She is a former Examiner reporter and also wrote for several other publications, including ICC and VS Sports.

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