Shericka Jackson of Jamaica can now watch the replay. She gave up her chance to become an Olympic champion

in the one-mile race. After a year of training with the goal to never make the same mistake again, she is now a

world champion. The 28-year old ran the 200m in 21.45 seconds. This was the fastest time she's ever run the curve

and led a Jamaican 1-2 finish at the world championships on Thursday night. By 0.16, she beat Shelly-Ann Fraser

-Pryce, 100-meter champion. Jackson was one of the medal favorites in Tokyo last year, but she lost 0.16 seconds

to Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce after making a mistake midway through her first heat. She couldn't catch up after

realizing what had happened. She was fourth in the race and didn't make it to the final. It was so bad that she refused

even to see a replay. It is important to learn from it. Jackson stated that sometimes, it is difficult to overcome

disappointment. Jackson said, "I don’t want that." "I want to win every time I compete." She relied on Fraser-Pryce

(35-year-old) for support. He is a strong, determined individual who doesn't seem to be slowing down. In Tokyo,

Jackson was in tears when Fraser-Pryce came to her aid. They shared an even more pleasant emotion, elation, on Thursday.