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Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah proved she is the fastest woman on earth after breaking Florence Griffith Joyner's 100 meter record at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Griffith Joyner's 100 meter dash Olympic record stood unbroken for 33 years -- until July 31, when Thompson-Herah ran the women's 100 meters final in 10.61 seconds, winning the gold.

Griffith Joyner set an Olympic record of 10.62 seconds in the 100 meters at the 1988 Seoul Games.

She died in her sleep after suffering an epileptic seizure on September 21, 1998 at age 38.

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Team Jamaica dominated the 100 meter dash on Saturday. Ann Fraser-Pryce finished second in 10.74 seconds, followed by Shericka Jackson in 10.76 seconds.

However, Jackson will not compete with her teammates in the 200 meters on Tuesday. She was knocked out of the race on Sunday when she slowed down and lazily jogged across the finish line -- ending up in fourth place.

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Jackson (right) was in a great position to qualify for the third spot in the 200 meters before she slowed down, losing the third spot by four thousandths of a second.

Her error in judgment sparked condemnation and outrage as Jamaican fans called her "foolish" on social media.