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Fraser-Pryce thrilled with role in gold medal-winning unit

Jamaica&;s sweetheart of track and field Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce admits she is not fully fit. The triple gold medallist at the Moscow World Championships last year said her road back to full fitness after struggling with a foot injury in recent months, has taken her near her best. The 27-year-old Olympic gold medallist over 100m in Beijing, China, and London, England, hinted that her super 2013 season, which saw her winning among other things the IAAF Female Athlete of the Year Award, came with a price. The women&;s team, which included Kerron Stewart, Veronica Campbell Brown and Schillonie Calvert, won the gold in a games’ record and world-leading 41.83 seconds.