Shericka Jackson runs third fastest women's 200m ever 

Shericka Jackson ran the 0.33 fastest women's 200m of all 

time at Jamaica's Championship trials.

The 27-12 months-old clocked 21 Fifty five seconds to finish the

dash double in Kingston having won the 100m on Friday.

Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah changed into 2nd in 22.

05, with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce third in 22.14.

Jackson's time puts her behind only global record holder Florence

Griffith Joyner (21.34)MThompson-Herah (21.53) at the all-time listing.

"Honestly, I am shocked by point," stated Olympic bronze medallist. "

"I by no means predicted to move that fast.

"I knew that I had some thing special in my legs 

 but to run that fast... I'm just thankful."

Elsewhere, Andrew Hudson - who these days switched allegiance

from the US - won the men's 200m in 20.10, beating 100m champion Yohan Blake and Nigel Ellis.