USA Track and Field | Women’s 4 x 100m relay breaks the national record at the U-20 World Championships

Cali, Colombia – The USATF women’s 4x100m lineup broke the oldest American U-20 relay record in records and helped increase the U.S. medal total to 13 on day five of the IAAF Under-20 World Championships at the rain-soaked Pascual Guerrero Arena . The team also leads the points standings with a score of 138.

There was no defeat for the Jamaican U-20 world record-setting women’s 4x100m relay team with 42.59, but USATF beat the 16-year-old’s American U-20 record* by 0.01 seconds with 43.28 seconds to gain Silver Medal. Fresh from her 200m silver medal performance an hour ago, Jayla Jamison (Gaston, SC/USATF SC) ran a solid lead to pass to Autumn Wilson (Liberty Hill, Texas / USATF Texas Southern) is in good standing. Delivery between Wilson and Ayana Gray (Arlington, TX/USATF Southwestern) I maxed out the area but it was legal, then took the bronze in the 100m Shawnty Jackson (Wake Forest, NC/USATF NC) fastest in the final stage to break the previous national under-20 record set August 8, 2006.

After a long delay in the weather, the women’s 200m final lined up Jayla Jamison (Gaston, SC / USATF SC) In the outer lane favored Brianna Liston of Jamaica. Lyston rushed off the blocks and formed a lot of bobbing on Jamison around the turn, but the USATF U20 champ changed gears and stayed close to spotting the silver in a best 22.77 of his life. Mia Brahe Pedersen (Lake Oswego, Oregon/Oregon/Oregon) Ran a very strong semi-final of the race to finish fourth in 23.06.

After a strong pair of jogging Laurens Colbert (Boe, MD / USATF Potomac Valley) and Michael jizzy (Covington, GA / USATF Georgia), the inverted pass slowed in the second US exchange but Brandon Miller (Fenton, MI/USATF Michigan) Pull the quartet back into contention for the medal around the corner. Johnny Brackins (Lee Summit, Missouri/USATF Missouri Valley) Unable to fend off tough challenges from Japan and Jamaica on the last 20 metres, the Americans ended up in fourth place with a time of 39.57. South Africa won the race but was later disqualified for a lane breach by the leader, which saw the United States reach the bronze medal.

In the men’s triple jump, Floyd Whitaker (Clementon, NJ/USATF NJ) He made the best of his life of 16.01m/52-6.5 in his last attempt to move up to fifth. Solomon Washington (Round Rock, TX/USATF Texas Southern) opened with what could be his best effort of 15.55m/51-0.25, to finish eighth.

69.25m/227-2 throws made in the third round of men’s javelin Ivan Nidrovsky (Wyomissing, Pennsylvania/USATF Mid-Atlantic) made three more attempts, and eventually finished eighth.

Talia Green (Oakland, CA/USATF Pacific) placed 28th in the women’s 10,000m walk in 51:12.16, with Angelica Harris (Bartlett, Illinois/USATF Illinois) 33rd place in 52:32.40.

Apparently, the women’s 4x400m relay team, who favored medal access to the meet, did their job efficiently and effectively, winning their first match easily in 3:32.94. McKinsey Kelly (Stone Mountain, GA/USATF GA) ran the strong opening stage by 53.3 and was delivered by a Madison White (Newport News, VA/Virginia USATF). Whyte slightly increased the lead with a 53.0 carry, then Zaya Akins (Kansas City, Missouri/USATF Missouri Valley) Blown it wide open with a 52.1-pound split. All that’s left for him Kennedy Wade (Seabrook, TX/USATF Bay) She had to take the baton safely again, and she did at 54.6.

The US men’s 4x400m relay didn’t have as large a winning margin as the women’s before them, but he came out with a 3:07.82 victory in the first round to advance to the final. Ashton Schwartzman (Watoma, WI/USATF WI) scored 47.5 in the first leg and won second place in the 400-meter hurdles Cody Blackwood (McKinney, Texas / Southwest USA). Blackwood brought the team back into contention with a 46.7 split and then teammate in the hurdles Grant Williams (Selina, TX/USATF Southwestern) added to the lead with a score of 47.9 in the third second leg. Will Sumner (Canton, GA/USATF Georgia) She was the best of the quartet with a 45.8 anchor load to claim victory.

Both American men qualified for the discus final led by Kevin Grubbs (Humble, TX/Bay USA), whose lifetime best is 60.29m/197-9 to take fifth overall. Desmond Coleman (Charlotte, NC/USATF NC) was one place behind Grubbs with 59.79m/196-2.

Best pushed 13.09m/42-11.5m in the first round ever Agor Dol (Littleton, Colorado/USATF Colorado) to the women’s triple jump final as the eighth best in the playoffs overall. Susan Ogunli (Round Rock, Texas/USATF Texas Southern) has yet to make a top run of 12.35m/40-6.25.

Galicia Smith (Glen Heights, TX/USATF Southwestern) He looked confident and comfortable winning the first semi-final of the women’s 100m hurdles in 13.20. acne free (Miami Gardens, Florida / USATF Florida) Hit the fourth hurdle hard in the second half and couldn’t recover at full speed, finishing fifth with a time of 13.92.

As the rain continues intermittently, Samuel Rodman (Bealeton, Virginia/USATF Virginia) She hit the line in the first half of the men’s 800m. Rodman was well positioned through the 200 meters in 26.80 and was third on the bell at 54.74. He started struggling in the third 200m, went back to fifth, and ended up in seventh place with a time of 1:49.47. Receive thunder and heavy rain Miles Brown (Novi, Michigan/USATF Michigan) In the second half and despite valiant efforts he was unable to make any progress in the fast-paced 200m final, finishing sixth in 1:50.17.

Medals won by USATF

Total (13)

gold (5)

  • Mixed Relay 4x400m, 3:17.69 (CR) (Charlie Bartholomew, Madison White, Will Sumner, Kennedy Wade)
  • Men’s shot put, 20.73m / 68-0.25 (Tariq O’Hagan)
  • Women’s 800m, 1:59.13 (CR) (Rosen Willis)
  • Women’s Pole Vault – 4.35m / 14-3.25 (Hana Mall)
  • Women’s 400m Hurdles, 56.16 (Acala Jarrett)

Silver (4)

  • Men’s 110m Hurdles, 13.27 (Owner Mixon)
  • Men’s 400m, 45.65 (Stephen McIlroy)
  • Women’s 200m, 22.77 (Gila Jamison)
  • Women’s 4x100m Relay, 43.28 (U20 AR) (Gyla Jamison, Autumn Wilson, Ianna Gray, Shaunty Jackson)

Bronze (4)

  • Women’s 800pm, 2:00.18 (Juliette Whitaker)
  • Women’s 100m, 11.15 (Shaunty Jackson)
  • Women’s 400m Hurdles, 56.86 (Michaela Rose)
  • Men’s 4 x 100m Relay, 39.57 (Lorenz Colbert, Michael Geese, Brandon Miller, Johnny Brackins)

A full list of results can be found here.

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