At the Jamaica Championships, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce shines.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wins 100m heat heat in 10.70sec. Fraser-Pryce is fastest woman in the world this year .

KINGSTON (Kentucky): Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce continued her blistering start to the season at the Jamaican National Championships on Thursday, scorching through her first 100 meters heat in 10.70sec.Fraser-Pryce, the fastest woman in the world this year after clocking 10.67 seconds twice, most recently in Paris last weekend, showed no signs of fatigue as she blazed to a thrilling victory.Fraser-Pryce burst from the blocks and dominated the race from the start, with former World Under-20 sprint double champion Briana Williams finishing second in 10.98 seconds.Kemba Nelson of the University of Oregon, who was second in the US collegiate championships 100 meters two weeks ago, also ran 10.98 seconds to take over Olympic Games bronze medalist Shericka Jackson (10.99sec.).

Yohan Blake clocked a blistering 9.93sec in the mens 100m, while Oblique Seville, a rising star, was a convincing winner of his heat in 9.98sec.Lamara Distin, the world number three, placed second in the women's high jump on Thursday, only gaining 1.85 meters.The Texas A&M athlete, who also won indoors and outdoors titles at both NCAA levels earlier this year, said she wanted to swim 2.97 meters.It was just one of those days, it was my first real bad day of the season, and it was nice that it happened here and I hope it was definitely not at the World Championships, she said.