World Athletics Championships 2022 women's 4x400m relay Allyson Felix
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EUGENE, Oregon (July 23) — USA, Great Britain, and Jamaica are the fastest qualifiers for the women’s 4x400m final at the World Athletics Championships Oregon 22 after the semi-finals on Day 9 on Saturday (23).

The United States team that included Allyson Felix on the second leg, advanced to the final with the fastest time at 3:23.38 to win the first heat ahead of Great Britain which clocked 3:23.92 to move into the final with the second quickest time.

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“I don’t think they’ll need me tomorrow,” Felix, who ran 50.61 seconds on her second leg, told reporters.

The 13-time world champion was called up to race in the heats of the women’s, and she got back on a plane to Eugene, Oregon.

“They just called me and asked if I am willing to be in and I am here,” said Felix. “It is really cool, I did not expect it to happen.

“But I am always up to run with this team. All of us ran pretty hard to put our team in a position for tomorrow. This is really special.”

Meanwhile, Jamaica, which ran without both 400m finalists Stephenie Ann McPherson and Candice McLeod dominated the second semi-final heat with a time of 3:24.23 to qualify with the third-best time entering the medal race.

After the top three teams, the rest of the field includes Belgium (3:28.0), Canada (3:28.49), Italy (3:28.89), and France (3:28.89).

Meanwhile, despite a blistering 49.3 split from Femke Bol on the anchor leg, the Netherlands didn’t advance to the final after they were disqualified for a dropped baton on the exchange between the second and third leg runners.

Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images for World Athletics

4X400 METRES RELAY WOMEN’S RESULTS

RESULT
POSCOUNTRYTEAMMARKDETAILS
1USAUnited States

Talitha DIGGS
Allyson FELIX
Kaylin WHITNEY
Jaide STEPTER BAYNES
3:23.38 SBQ
2GBRGreat Britain & NI

Ama PIPI
Laviai NIELSEN
Victoria OHURUOGU
Nicole YEARGIN
3:23.92 SBQ
3FRAFrance

Sokhna LACOSTE
Shana GREBO
Sounkamba SYLLA
Amandine BROSSIER
3:28.89 SBQ
4SUISwitzerland

Silke LEMMENS
Julia NIEDERBERGER
Annina FAHR
Yasmin GIGER
3:29.11 SBq
5UKRUkraine

Kateryna KARPYUK
Anastasiya BRYZHINA
Viktoriya TKACHUK
Anna RYZHYKOVA
3:29.25 SB
6GERGermany

Corinna SCHWAB
Elisa LECHLEITNER
Judith FRANZEN
Alica SCHMIDT
3:30.48
7RSASouth Africa

Miranda Charlene COETZEE
Marlie VILJOEN
Gontse Martha MORAKE
Zenéy VAN DER WALT
3:34.68
NEDNetherlands

Hanneke OOSTERWEGEL
Lieke KLAVER
Cathelijn PEETERS
Femke BOL
DQ

RESULT
POSCOUNTRYTEAMMARKDETAILS
1JAMJamaica

Stacey Ann WILLIAMS
Junelle BROMFIELD
Tiffany JAMES
Charokee YOUNG
3:24.23 SBQ
2BELBelgium

Naomi VAN DEN BROECK
Imke VERVAET
Helena PONETTE
Camille LAUS
3:28.02 SBQ
3CANCanada

Micha POWELL
Aiyanna STIVERNE
Kyra CONSTANTINE
Natassha MCDONALD
3:28.49 SBQ
4ITAItaly

Anna POLINARI
Ayomide Temilade FOLORUNSO
Virginia TROIANI
Alice MANGIONE
3:28.72 SBq
5POLPoland

Justyna ŚWIĘTY-ERSETIC
Iga BAUMGART-WITAN
Kinga GACKA
Małgorzata HOŁUB-KOWALIK
3:29.34
6NORNorway

Astri ERTZGAARD
Elisabeth SLETTUM
Linn OPPEGAARD
Amalie IUEL
3:32.00
7ESPSpain

Eva SANTIDRIÁN
Aauri Lorena BOKESA
Laura HERNÁNDEZ
Carmen AVILÉS
3:32.87
BAHBahamasDNS

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2 Comments

  1. Anyone know what Femke Bol’s time was for her anchor in the semis? It looked like it was smokin!

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