Watch Slate’s Interactive, Stick-Figure Re-Enactment of the Women’s 100-Meter Final

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Aug. 4 2012 7:45 PM

Watch the Women’s 100-Meter Final

Slate’s interactive, stick-figure re-enactment of track and field’s showcase event.

Women's 100-meter final
The field in the women's 100-meter final at the London Olympics.

Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images.

On Saturday night, Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won her second straight gold medal in the 100-meter dash, edging out the USA’s Carmelita Jeter and her countrywoman Veronica Campbell-Brown. If you missed the action from London’s Olympic Stadium, you can watch it here on Slate, where we’ve created an instant replay using our patented stick-figure interactive technology. Click “Start” below to watch how the race played out. And if you want to see more, check out our simulations of how modern Olympic heroes would do against stars from earlier eras in the 100-meter dash, swimming’s 100-meter freestyle, the long jump, and the discus.

Women's 100-meter dash

Start!
Again!
Kelly-Ann Baptiste (Trinidad and Tobago), 2012

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6

10.94

Murielle Ahoure (Ivory Coast), 2012

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7

11.00

Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jamaica), 2012

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3

10.81

Carmelita Jeter (USA), 2012

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2

10.78

Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria), 2012

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8

11.01

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica), 2012

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1

10.75

Allyson Felix (USA), 2012

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5

10.89

Tianna Madison (USA), 2012

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4

10.85

Read the rest of Slate’s coverage of the London Olympics.

Chris Kirk is Slate's interactives editor. Follow him on Twitter.

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