Beijing: Jamaican Danielle Williams won the women’s 100m hurdles at the world championships on yesterday. Williams clocked a personal best of 12.57 seconds, with Germany’s Cindy Roleder taking silver in 12.59 and Alina Talay bronze in a Belarus national record of 12.66.
Danielle Williams. Pic/AFP
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