“I just want to let y’all know, this’ll be the last time the Olympics don’t see Sha’Carri Richardson,” The 21-year old track star said in and interview on the “Today” show following a suspension for testing posting for marijuana at the Tokyo Olympics. She continued. “And this’ll be the last time the U.S. doesn’t come home with the gold medal in the 100. And I feel sorry for anybody who lines up against me when I come back.”


Saturday Herah and Richardson will finally meet at the line at the Prefontaine Classic! Live coverage will begin at 3pm CT on NBC. The world will be watching to see if Sha'Carri can beat the new Olympic champion and make her mark. Talk about the main event. It is going down! Sha'Carri says, “It’s game time bit****, You have no idea.”

Joining Sha'Carri and Elaine in the 100-meters are the legendary Allyson Felix and Gabby Thomas. For the 200-meters match-up it will be Elaine, her fellow Jamaican team mate Shelly-Ann Fraser- Pryce and 100-meter Olympic bronze medalist, Shericka Jackson. For other big races Saturday click here!

LOOK: 20 Fascinating Photos From the First Modern Olympic Games in 1896

To celebrate the history of international sports cooperation, Stacker took a look back at that groundbreaking event in Athens, when the modern Olympics were born in 1896. Keep reading to learn more about the athletes, spectators, and sports at that iconic event.