Gabby Thomas, Tamari Davis, TeeTee Terry, Sha'Carri Richardson as USA wins women's 4x100m relay gold - World Championships medal standings

BUDAPEST, Hungary (27 August) – World 100m champion Sha’Carri Richardson anchored the United States to the gold medal on Day 8 at the World Athletics Championships, crossing the line in a championship record of 41.03 seconds to defend their world title and beat Jamaica and Great Britain in the process. Women’s 4x100m relay final stats.

After three very strong opening legs from Tamari Davis, Twanisha Terry, and Gabby Thomas, Sha’Carri Richardson collected the baton in the lead, and she maintained the advantage to hold off Jamaica’s Shericka Jackson on the last leg as the USA repeated as champions.

The Jamaicans, who left out five-time Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah, despite her impressive 9.90 seconds performance in the heats, were again second this year, finishing with the silver in 41.21 seconds, while Great Britain, despite competing without Dina Asher-Smith, secured the bronze in 41.97.

Women’s 4x100m relay final stats and results

Details results and key information for the 4 x 100 Metres Relay Women – Final:

Key Information:

  • Event: Women’s 4x100m relay final stats – Final
  • Location: Budapest (HUN)
  • Date: 26 August 2023
  • Records:
    • World Record (WR): 40.82 by United States (USA) in London (GBR) on 10 Aug 2012.
    • Championships Record (CR): 41.03 by United States (USA) in Budapest on 26 Aug 2023.
    • World Leading (WL): 41.03 by United States (USA) in Budapest on 26 Aug 2023.

Final Details:

  • Date: 26 August 2023
  • Temperature: 29° C
  • Humidity: 56%
  • Start Time: 21:53
PlaceTeamLaneResultAthletes & Reaction Time
1USA641.03Tamari Davis, Twanisha Terry, Gabrielle Thomas, Sha’Carri Richardson – 0.145
2Jamaica741.21Natasha Morrison, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Shashalee Forbes, Shericka Jackson – 0.196
3Great Britain & NI841.97Asha Philip, Imani Lansiquot, Bianca Williams, Daryll Neita – 0.144
4Italy442.49Zaynab Dosso, Dalia Kaddari, Anna Bongiorni, Alessia Pavese – 0.184
5Poland342.66Pia Skrzyszowska, Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, Magdalena Stefanowicz, Ewa Swoboda – 0.153
6Germany142.98Louise Wieland, Sina Mayer, Gina Lückenkemper, Rebekka Haase – 0.153
Côte d’Ivoire5DNFMurielle Ahouré-Demps, Marie-Josée Ta Lou, Jessika Gbai, Maboundou Koné – 0.169
Netherlands2DNFN’Ketia Seedo, Lieke Klaver, Nadine Visser, Tasa Jiya – 0.167
Switzerland9DQNathacha Kouni, Salomé Kora, Géraldine Frey, Melissa Gutschmidt – 0.200

Note: Switzerland was disqualified due to passing the baton outside the takeover zone (early/late takeover).

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