American Tori Bowie - who collected a full house of Olympic medals previous year - looked mighty impressive in winning her heat, in the same time as Thompson, beating Commonwealth Games champion and perennial world finalist Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria.
The American dived across the line to beat Marie-Josee Ta Lou by just one hundredth of a second with a time of 10.85 seconds, falling to the floor in the process and taking Murielle Ahoure with her.
Her defeat is thus arguably even a bigger shock than Bolt's, capping a hugely disappointing two days for Jamaica, the dominant force in sprinting over the past nine years. "But that has saved me at championships in the past".
The 26-year-old Bowie, who crashed to the track beyond the finish line, went one better than her silver medal behind Thompson at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro last year.
Ta Lou, streaking away in lane four, left Michelle-Lee Ahye in three and Rosangela Santos on her right behind.
"I have a few cuts but I'll be ready for the 200m".
Brazil's Rosangela Santos set a South American record of 10.91 seconds as she finished second to Thompson and qualified.
Twenty-four hours after the fireworks of the men's 100m final when Usain Bolt was upstaged by arch-rival Justin Gatin, Bowie ensured the US team made it 2-0 in the sprint stakes over Jamaica on day three of the championships.
The Olympic bronze medallist threw 22.03 metres with his final attempt but he had already secured the gold with his third effort of 21.75.
Neither Guy Learmonth nor Elliot Giles could progress from an 800m semi won by Poland's Adam Kszczot from Nijel Amos.
Bowie improved upon her 100m bronze in Beijing and silver at the Olympics in Rio past year in the sensational finish, and it built her confidence ahead of her participation in the 200m. She took a hard fall seconds after.
Huseman, who reported one of the crew members dislocated his shoulder, commended the crew for their professionalism. Another passenger described the incident as a sudden "lurch" downward as opposed to a prolonged freefall.
After getting to the lobby, she left her purse in the hands of the concierge before returning to retrieve her children. The 6-foot-11 center averaged 5.3 points, 4.7 rebounds, 14.5 minutes and shot 56.8 percent in 71 games last season.
As of 5 p.m., the storm was moving west-northwest at 12 miles per hour with sustained winds of 35 miles per hour . It has a 60 per cent chance of formation within the next 48 hours and an 80 per cent chance within five days.
Collins, a third-year pro out of LSU, was suspended for the first four games last year for violating the same policy. Since then, he's appeared in 24 games and started eight, tallying two interceptions and 10 passes defensed.
Wardens then found an 18-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy in the water a short distance away from the boat. Officials at the Lake O'The Pines Marina say that the Hallsville Boy Scouts were camping there.
A clash of heads left a cut near Lomachenko's left eye in the fourth, but the champion shrugged it off and kept slugging. The round earlier Lomachenko floored the challenger for the first time in the fight.
He also ousted number four Stan Wawrinka at Miami and pushed Rafael Nadal to five sets in the third round of the Australian Open. Zverev joined Rafa Nadal as a four-time ATP victor this year. "It would mean a lot", Anderson said of a title.
Cowher won one Super Bowl and resigned from coaching to become an National Football League television studio analyst. He retired after coaching the team to four Super Bowl wins and took an administrative position upon his retirement.
He said investigators believe either a cigarette or the high temperatures of 43 degrees Celsius ignited the blaze. It was the second time in 2 ½ years that the more than 1,100-foot-tall tower has been ravaged by fire.
The Mariners will have to rely on other starters-such as James Paxton , Ariel Miranda and Erasmo Ramirez-while Hernandez is out. The Mariners recalled left-hander Marco Gonzalez from Triple-A Tacoma to take Hernandez's rotation turn.
More than 90% of N. Korea's Trades Are with China
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Kyle Busch wins Xfinity Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen
Keselowski stayed out, though, when the yellow flag waved for Landon Cassill just past lap 50 and restarted as the race leader. Hamlin and Clint Bowyer started the race in the back because of unapproved brake work between qualifying and the race.
Korea opens way to new talks about talks
The sanctions resolution targets North Korea's primary exports, including coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood. China is providing a welcome boost to the global campaign to pressure North Korea to halt its missile and nuclear tests.
RELEASED: Report shows the cause of the fatal OH ride
On Sunday, it said it was developing a safety protocol to allow properly inspected and maintained rides to safely reopen. Amusements of America, the company that provides rides to the state fair, said its staff also had inspected the ride.
Amber Heard and Elon Musk have split after a year of dating
The actor was first linked to the boss of U.S. electric vehicle giant Tesla last summer when they were spotted together in London. Amber Heard is reportedly "devastated" after billionaire boyfriend Elon Musk broke up with her over the weekend.