Briana Williams shows off her curvy, toned body in a one-piece bathing suit, making the most of the autumn season.
The American-born Jamaican sprinter was pictured enjoying herself at a riverbank in Jamaica.
The 20-year-old sprint sensation shared the images of herself sporting a brown monokini via Instagram on Thursday (Oct. 27), referring to her physique as “a work of art” and “a masterpiece.”
“a work of art, a masterpiece 📸 @nassanokean,” she captioned the carousel post while giving credit to Jamaican photographer Nassan Okean
Last month, Briana Williams revealed that she had relocated from the United States to Jamaica to train with Titans Track Club, led by Gregory Little and Olympian Michael Frater, after mutually agreeing to part ways with Trinidadian coach and mentor Ato Boldon.
20-year-old sprint relay gold medallist will be training with the likes of 2011 World Championships 100m gold medallist and Olympic Games 100m and 200m silver medallist Yohan Blake, as well as rising stars Ackeem Blake and Kemar Bailey-Cole.
This year, Briana Williams is a Nike athlete and brand ambassador for Digicel and Grace Foods. She made her first Olympics team at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics Games and her first World Athletics Championships roster in Eugene, Oregon.
She broke the World under-15 age-group record in the girls’ 100 metres at the Bob Hayes Invitational in Jacksonville, Florida, winning in a time of 11.13 seconds on March 17, 2018.
Two weeks later, at the 2018 CARIFTA Games in the under-17 category, she earned gold medals in the 100 metres (11.27s), the 200 metres (23.11s), and the 4 x 100 metres relay (44.95s), setting championship records in the 100 metres and 4 x 100 metres relay.
At the age of 16, she became the youngest athlete to win the women’s 100 metres (11.16s) and the 200 metres (22.50s) at the 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland.
Briana Williams again tripled in the 100 metres (11.25s), 200 metres (22.89), and 4 x 100 metres relay (44.25s) to win three gold medals in the under-20 category at the 2019 CARIFTA Games in George Town, Cayman Islands. She was the first Jamaican athlete to win the award two years consecutively since Usain Bolt in 2004.
She also clocked 11.02 seconds to win the women’s 100 metres at the Great Southwest Classic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 8, 2019.
On June 21, 2019, Briana Williams completed the 100 meters in 10.94 seconds at the Jamaican Championships in Kingston, which would have broken the world under-18 record and improved the Jamaican under-20 record. However, during the competition, the then-Northeast High student tested positive for the banned diuretic hydrochlorothiazide. While she was ruled not at fault and received no period of ineligibility to compete, her results from the Jamaican Championships were eliminated from the records.
On May 30, 2021, Briana Williams improved her official Jamaican under-20 record of 11.02 seconds in the women’s 100 metres, winning the final in 11.01 seconds at the JAC Summer Open in Jacksonville, Florida.
A day later, on the same track, she clocked 10.98 seconds to win with only a +1.0 m/s wind, setting her second Jamaican under-20 record in two days.