Jackson will attempt to break Flo-Jo's 200m world record in Brussels.

Shericka Jackson, a Jamaican sprinter, will attempt to break the women's 200-meter world record.

On Friday at the Memorial Van Damme, the concluding competition on the Diamond League program.This record is one of the oldest in athletics.

At a press conference on Thursday in Brussels, Jackson told the media, "At the world championships I was so close.

"Coach and I have discussed attempting the record this year. I hope to have it (Friday)."

The 29-year-old blazed to the second-fastest time in history last month in Budapest, taking home her second straight world 200 title in a timing of 21.41 seconds.

In 1988, the late Florence Griffith Joyner established the world record with a time of 21.34.

If she does, according to Jackson, it will "ease a little pressure" leading up to the Diamond League Final on September 16–17 in Eugene.

If not, Eugene is our next chance, Jackson added. "There is no ideal race, but I simply want to run a nice race (on Friday).

And once I put everything in place, yes, because we're close by. We're so near we can already hear the door creak."If we have some Jamaican weather and it's a fresh track, it will be excellent.

The best thing I can do is combine my intellect and body because they are both in good physical condition. (Friday) Anything is conceivable.


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