A Nassau born Bahamian 25 years old , 6 feet 1, and 70kg sprint queen has composed and finished her 400 meter world record only waiting to be released in hours to come.
The 2016 400 meters Olympics champion has finally come of age to show she’s the best female quatermiler the world ever seen. In 2017, she was the fastest in 200m with 21.76s and in 2018 ran the 400m world best time and national record of 48.97s.
But this year, because she has all her eyes on the world record, she intentionally restricted her self to handful of races. Lance Brauman’s arrow head sprinter, surged into a new height of form this year when she broke the 300 meters World record with screamer 34.41s and also improved her national record in 200 meters to 21.74s which is still fastest 200 meters time of the year.
Shau is finally ready to do what Marie-Jose Perec was not able to do despite her life best of 48.25s to break 47.60s 400m record by German Marita Koch set in 1985.