Briana Nichole Williams (brought into the world 21 March 2002) is an American-brought into the world Jamaican female sprinter who is the world age-15 record holder, the world youth (under-18) and age-17 record holder, and the Jamaican junior (under-20) record holder in the ladies’ 100 meters.
She earned gold decorations in the 100 meters, the 200 meters, and the 4 × 100 meters hand-off at the 2018 CARIFTA Games in the under-17 class, establishing title precedents in the 100 meters and 4 × 100 meters hand-off, acquiring her the games’ Austin Sealy grant.
Soon thereafter she turned into the most youthful young lady ever to win both the 100 meters and the 200 meters at the 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere. For her sports accomplishments in 2018, she was assigned for the IAAF Female Rising Star and the Laureus Breakthrough of the Year grants.
At the 2019 CARIFTA Games Williams again significantly increased in the 100 m, 200 m, and 4 × 100 m hand-off to win three gold decorations in the under-20 classification, and was the main Jamaican to procure the games’ Austin Sealy grant two years straight since Usain Bolt in 2004.
Her own best in the 100 m is 10.94 s, set on 21 June 2019 at the Jamaican Championships last in Kingston. A couple of hours sooner she had set both the Jamaican youth and Jamaican junior national records with a period of 11.01 s in the semi-last.
Her past two individual bests from half a month sooner, 11.02 s and 11.10 s, were likewise at the same time the Jamaican youth and Jamaican junior records. Her own best before that, 11.13 s set in March 2018, is the world age-15 record.