Rio 2016 Olympics: Photo Highlights And Results Of The 4x100m Relay Women Final

It was a highly anticipated final and Jamaica did not disappoint, at the Rio 2016 Olympics in the 4x100m Relay Women Final. The line up included Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Elaine Thompson, Veronica Campbell Brown and Christania Williams.

The race was over in a flash as the USA and Jamaica zipped around the track with Great Britain close behind. Allison Felix gave USA a great advantage, but it was a storming Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce who noticeably ate up the lead. In the end, it was USA for gold, Jamaica with silver and Great Britain took the bronze.

Photo Highlights

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Results

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 19

EVENING SESSION
6:40 p.m.: 4x400m Relay Women Round 1
7:10 p.m.: 4x400m Relay Men Round 1
8:15 p.m.: 4x100m Relay Women Final
8:35 p.m.: 4x100m Relay Men Final

 

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  1. Denise N. Fyffe, Editor in Chief says:

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    The race was over in a flash as the USA and Jamaica zipped around the track with Great Britain close behind. Allison Felix gave USA a great advantage, but it was a storming Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce who noticeably ate up the lead. In the end, it was USA for gold, Jamaica with silver and Great Britain took the bronze.

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