Athletics at Tokyo Olympics: Women’s 100m Final Live stream, Preview and Prediction- 31st July, 2021

The women's 100m finals in athletics at Tokyo Olympics will see some of the strongest women take the field. Find out where, when and how to watch the live stream, and our predictions for who will finish on the podium.

Athletics at Tokyo Olympics; women's 100m final
Athletics at Tokyo Olympics; women's 100m final

The second day of athletics at Tokyo Olympics will see one of the most anticipated events of the Olympics, with the finals of the women’s 100m. The field is set strong, as several athletes will try to win the title of fastest woman of the year. Greatly regarded as one of the fastest women of the generation, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, will be looking to win her third Olympic gold medal in this event.

The semi finals of the women’s 100m will be held just hours before the finals, at 7:15pm Japan Time. There will be three semi finals, with 8 athletes in each. The top 2 women from each semi final will qualify, while the next 2 fastest women from any of the heats will secure the remaining spot in the final round of the women’s 100m.

Athletics at Tokyo Olympics: Women’s 100m Final Timing

Date Time Timezone 
Saturday, 31st July 8:50 pmET 
Saturday, 31st July 12:50 pmGMT 
Saturday, 31st July 6:20 pmIST 
Saturday, 31st July 9:50 pmJST 

Where will the Women’s 100m Final be Held?

New National Stadium, Tokyo,
New National Stadium, the women’s 100m final will be held here

The finals of the women’s 100m will be held at the Olympic Stadium, officially known as the Japan National Stadium, in  Kasumigaoka, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.

Women’s 100m Final Predictions

Athletics at Tokyo Olympics; women's 100m final
Athletics at Tokyo Olympics; women’s 100m final

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will be a favourite to win the gold medal in the event as she finished today with a time of 10.84s. The 2008 Olympics and 2012 Olympics gold medallist and 2016 Bronze medallist in the event will be looking to add another medal to her list in this event.

It was Ivorian Marie-Josee Ta Lou who qualified with the fastest time in the heats, finishing with a blistering time of 10.78s. She will be a serious contender to finish at the top of the podium this year, after taking home a bronze medal in the 2019 World Championships, finishing behind Shelly-Ann and Dina Asher Smith.

Defending Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica ran a time of 10.82s, and will be looking to win back to back medals at the Olympics. Finally, Sherika Jackson of Jamaica, will be one to to look out for in the women’s 100m finals.

Where to Watch the Women’s 100m Final

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