Sha’Carri Richardson is getting a second shot at glory — the U.S. track star will face-off against the Jamaican Olympics winners anew … this after missing her shot at the games.

SCR is confirmed to be one of 9 competing in next weekend’s Prefontaine Classic at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field — where she’ll run against Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka Jackson in the women’s 100-meter sprint.

It’s the first professional race Sha’Carri has participated in since being suspended for marijuana use before this year’s Tokyo Olympics — which resulted in her not racing at all.

The above-mentioned Jamaican sprinters all took home the top 3 medals in the titular event that Sha’Carri would’ve otherwise competed in … placing 1st, 2nd and 3rd among themselves. Sha’Carri beat ’em all out during the trials … and, now, has the opportunity to do it again.

Of the forthcoming moment to prove she woulda kicked butt in Tokyo, her rep says … "Sha’Carri is focused on running a good race since she last competed at the US Olympic Trials," adding … "She will be focused on executing her race to the best of her ability regardless of who is in the race."

Sha’Carri has her work cut out for her — Thompson-Herah actually beat her trial time of 10.64 seconds in the 100-m with an historic speed of 10.61 seconds during the actual games … second only behind Flo-Jo.

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