RJR News / RJR Sports understands that two-time Olympic 100 metre gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce has returned to the MVP Track and Field club.
Fraser Pryce had begun the season training with St. Elizabeth Technical coach Reynaldo Walcott, but in an about-turn, the 29-year-old has decided to return to the club where she has trained for her entire professional career.
News emerged this summer that Fraser Pryce would be leaving the club after an injury-plagued season, culminated with her securing bronze in the 100m final at the Olympics in Brazil.
Fraser Pryce has won a total of six Olympic and nine World Championship medals under the guidance of coach Stephen Francis at the MVP Track Club, after becoming the first Jamaican woman to win the Olympic 100 metre title in 2008.
She is also the country’s joint national record holder for the 100 metres along with Elaine Thompson.