Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah has come in top shape for the Tokyo Olympics.

The dominant Olympic champion in the women’s 100m race gave a wild sample of their current condition in Saturday’s semi-finals.

Thompson-Herah escaped the others from the start and raged for an overwhelming victory.

He could afford to slow down well in advance of the finish line.

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Braking 10.76.

Braking 10.76.

Or at least getting into a completely neutral gear.

Now we got a really convincing show of his current condition.

It's really convincing, Yle's athletics expert Tuomas Raja sighed in a live broadcast.

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Thompson-Herah won both the 100 and 200 meter runs at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

The women’s 100m final will run on Saturday at 3.50pm.

Thompson-Herah's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce from Thompson-Herah ran the hardest time in the semifinals.