Autobiography of Fraser Pryce, wait for its Release

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This year, Double Olympic gold medalist, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, is set to publish her tell-all autobiography which will include her many struggles and obstacles along her path to becoming an Olympic champion. Her autobiography will be titled as “Pryceless Journey”, a soul-searching testimony that reveals very personal information, giving access to sensitive information involving feelings of emotional upheaval, as well as providing success tips in overcoming personal challenges.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce teams up with veteran journalist Ian Boyne, host of Television Jamaica’s long-standing motivational/inspirational programme for her auto biography. According to Fraser, her autobiography “Pryceless Journey” will demonstrate the power of positive thinking, diligent application and resilience.

As per Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, she is really a shy and a private person and this book on her will reveal her life, even to some of his closest friends.

Pryce wants that people should read her book and get inspired by her personal determination that led to her Olympic success. The real motto is that the book wants you to know that you can accomplish your goals, no matter where you are from.

The book also gives insight about Shelly-Ann’s injury-plagued year leading up to her experience at the Rio 2016 Olympics and how she dealt with the disappointment of failing to achieve her goal of becoming the first person to win three successive 100m Olympic gold medals. Prior to the crucial and the defining race and what all had happened in between, the book will describe all.

Working with Shelly-Ann on this project has been one of the highlights of Ian Boyne career. According to Boyne, “Shelly-Ann is a truly remarkable athlete and human being. She is the complete package.”

The government of Jamaica has announced its intention to erect a statue in Shelly-Ann’s honor in time for the 55th Independence celebrations next year.

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