Men’s 4x100m relay splits, results [semifinals] – 2023 World Athletics Championships

Olympic champion Italy, USA, Jamaica and Jamaica advanced to the men's 4x100m relay final at the 2023 World Athletics Championships. Relay splits and results. Italy ran the fastest time in the semifinals at a world-leading 37.65 seconds.

BUDAPEST, Hungary (August 25) — Here are the men’s 4x100m relay official leg splits for each runner, the detailed and key information for the semifinal races that took place on Friday’s Day 7 at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest.

The day wasn’t without drama and excitement, but the top medal contenders, United States, with 37.67 seconds, Jamaica, with 37.68, Japan, at 37.71 and Italy, with 37.65, all advanced safely to the final and we await this showdown on Saturday.

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The men’s 4x100m relay final will take today at 3:40 p.m. ET and fans in the United States can watch live broadcast of the race on CNBC and Peacock TV. World Athletics – Sports governing body website will provide live results, while you can also follow updates on our homepage.

2023 World Athletics Championships – Men’s 4x100m Relay Splits and Results (Semifinals)

Key Information:

  • Event: 4 x 100 Metres Relay Men – Round 1
  • Location: Budapest (HUN)
  • Date: 19-27 August 2023
  • Qualification Criteria: First 3 of each heat (Q) plus 2 fastest times (q) qualify to the Final.

Records:

  • World Record (WR): 36.84 by Jamaica (JAM) in London (GBR) on 11 Aug 2012.
  • Championships Record (CR): 37.04 by Jamaica (JAM) in Daegu (KOR) on 4 Sep 2011.
  • World Leading (WL): 37.65 by Italy (ITA) in Budapest on 25 Aug 2023.

Heat 1 Details:

  • Date: 25 August 2023
  • Temperature: 32° C
  • Humidity: 45%
  • Start Time: 19:31

Men’s 4x100m Relay Results and Leg Splits

CountryResultQualifyAthletes & Leg Times
United States37.67QChristian Coleman: 10.41 (1), Fred Kerley: 8.62 (1), Brandon Carnes: 9.27 (4), JT Smith: 9.37 (6)
Jamaica37.68QAckeem Blake: 10.46 (2), Oblique Seville: 8.88 (2), Ryiem Forde: 9.24 (2), Rohan Watson: 9.10 (3)
Japan37.71QRyuichiro Sakai: 10.50 (3), Hiroki Yanagita: 9.02 (3), Yuki Koike: 9.26 (3), Abdul Hakim Sani Brown: 8.93 (1)
France37.98qMéba Mickaël Zeze: 10.50 (3), Pablo Mateo: 9.26 (5), Ryan Zeze: 9.18 (1), Mouhamadou Fall: 9.04 (2)
Trinidad and Tobago38.89Omari Lewis: 11.00 (7), Jerod Elcock: 9.24 (4), Revell Webster: 9.40 (5), Devin Augustine: 9.25 (4)
Hungary39.55Dominik Illovszky: 10.90 (6), Bence Boros: 9.57 (7), Dániel Szabó: 9.82 (6), Márk Pap: 9.26 (5)
GermanyDNFKevin Kranz, Lucas Ansah-Peprah, Joshua Hartmann, Yannick Wolf
NetherlandsDNFNsikak Ekpo, Taymir Burnet, Hensley Paulina, Raphael Bouju

Men’s 4x100m Relay Results and Leg Splits

Heat 2 Details:

  • Date: 25 August 2023
  • Temperature: 32° C
  • Humidity: 45%
  • Start Time: 19:41
CountryResultQualifyAthletes & Leg Times
Italy37.65QRoberto Rigali: 10.60 (4), Lamont Marcell Jacobs: 8.81 (1), Lorenzo Patta: 9.24 (1), Filippo Tortu: 9.00 (5)
South Africa37.72QShaun Maswanganyi: 10.56 (2), Benjamin Richardson: 9.00 (5), Clarence Munyai: 9.27 (2), Akani Simbine: 8.89 (3)
Great Britain & NI38.01QJeremiah Azu: 10.56 (2), Adam Gemili: 8.99 (4), Jona Efoloko: 9.54 (4), Eugene Amo-Dadzie: 8.92 (4)
Brazil38.19qPaulo André Camilo: 18.31 (8), Felipe Bardi: 18.31 (1), Erik Cardoso: 10.83 (7), Rodrigo Do Nascimento: 9.05 (6)
Nigeria38.20Favour Oghene Tejiri Ashe: 10.85 (6), Usheoritse Itsekiri: 8.87 (2), Alaba Olukunle Akintola: 10.43 (6), Seye Ogunlewe: 8.05 (1)
Canada38.25Aaron Brown: 10.43 (1), Jerome Blake: 8.92 (3), Brendon Rodney: 9.39 (3), Bolade Ajomale: 9.51 (7)
Switzerland38.65Pascal Mancini: 10.60 (4), Bradley Lestrade: 9.05 (6), Felix Svensson: 10.41 (5), Enrico Güntert: 8.59 (2)
PolandDNFAdam Burda, Mateusz Siuda, Łukasz Żok, Dominik Kopeć

Men’s 4x100m relay Itlay win heat at the 2023 World Athletics Championships. Photo Getty Images for World Athletics

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