Sha'Carri Richardson of USA at the 2023 World Athletics Championships
Sha'Carri Richardson of USA at the 2023 World Athletics Championships. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for World Athletics

PADOVA, Italy (Sept. 3) — Fresh off her world championship win, Sha’Carri Richardson is set to compete at the Meeting Citta’ Di Padova 2023, a World Athletics Continental Tour Bronze level event, this Sunday. The American sprinter aims for another victory in the women’s 100m race, facing stiff competition from her compatriot Twanisha “TeeTee” Terry and Jamaicans Briana Williams and Natasha Morrison.

Where to watch the Meeting Citta’ Di Padova 2023?

The event will be broadcast live on Rai Sports, starting at 12:30 p.m. ET. Fans can also follow real-time results – LIVE RESULTS, complete start entry lists, and review the meet schedule as the European circuit nears its finale.

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Sha’Carri Richardson, who recently clinched the women’s 100m title at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, is in pursuit of her second win post-championships.

The American sprinter easily won at the Zurich Diamond League 2023 meeting on Thursday with 10.88 seconds, and she is slated to race against a quality field at the Stadio Colbachini, where she is anticipated to clock another sub-11-second time.

In another track event, Jamaica’s Amoi Brown is the frontrunner in the women’s 100m hurdles. Brown, 24, set a personal record of 12.51 seconds at the Citius Meeting Bern 2023 last month.

She returns to competition after a brief break during the World Athletics Championships and is looking forward to running another fast time.

Meanwhile, the men’s 800m race promises to be a competitive affair, featuring Great Britain’s Elliot Giles, in-form Italian Catalin Tecuceanu, his compatriot Francesco Pernici, and Spain’s Mariano Garcia, among others.

Jamaica’s world bronze medalist Tajay Gayle, and USA’s Will Williams headlines the men’s long jump field, former NCAA champion Ruth Usoro of Nigeria tops the women’s long jump field, while USA’s two-time world champion Joe Kovacs is the man to beat in the Shot Put.

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