Richardson adds to his world 100m gold medal in Zurich.

(Reuters) - ZURICH (Zurich) On Thursday, the newly crowned world champion in the women's 100-meter dash, Sha'Carri Richardson,

dominated the competition in the Weltklasse Diamond League meeting to take first place.

In Budapest last week, the American won her maiden global title in the 100-meter dash in a blistering 10.65 seconds.

In Zurich, she surged away from the competition over the final 30 meters and crossed the finish line in 10.88 seconds.

Elaine Thompson-Herah, also from Jamaica, ran a time of 11.00 to place third, while Natasha Morrison, again from Jamaica, finished in second place with a time of 11.00.

Karsten Warholm, the current holder of the world record for the 400-meter hurdles, was defeated for the first time this season by Kyron McMaster of the British Virgin Islands.

McMaster won the race with a time of 47.27 seconds, which was faster than the world champion Norwegian's time of 47.30 seconds.

Yulimar Rojas of Venezuela won the women's triple jump competition. Unlike in the world championships, where she barely made it

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