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2014 Youth Olympics: China wins Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay

China was able to the beat out Russian Federation in the final leg of the medley with a total time of 3:49.33.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: USA wins Women’s 4x100m Relay

Teahna Daniels, Ariana Washington, Jada Martin, and Kaylin Whitney of the USA Women’s team take gold in the 4x100m in 43.46.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: USA wins Men’s 4x100m Relay

Jalen Miller, Trayvon Bromell, Kendal Williams, and Trentavis Friday of the USA Men’s team take gold in the 4x100m in 38.70.

Team USA Named Best Overall Team at IAAF World Relays

(L-R) Joanna Atkins, Natasha Hastings, Dee Dee Trotter and Sanya Richards-Ross of the United States women’s 4x400m team at the IAAF World Relays (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF) NASSAU, BAHAMAS —  Team USA was awarded the Golden Baton at the IAAF World Relays. The Golden Baton is awarded to the best overall team across all […]

Blake back in form, leads Jamaica to 4×100 relay title

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/MIKE SEGAR (Reuters) – Olympic silver medalist Yohan Blake made it a perfect trip to the inaugural IAAF World Relays as he anchored Jamaica to a triumphant run in the 4×100 meters relay on Sunday. A night after leading a Jamaican team to a world record in the 4×200 relay, Blake brought his countrymen home […]

2014 IAAF World Relays: Kenya sets Men’s 4x1500m World Record

Asbel Kiprop anchored the Kenyans as they break the five year old world record by 14.01 seconds with a new time of 14:22.22. Manzano (USA) held off Ethiopia for 2nd place, 28.58 seconds back.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins 4x400m

Michael Mathieu (BAH) gave it all he had in the last leg, but American star LaShawn Merritt (USA) just managed to catch him in the final meters to win at 2:57.25, by .34 seconds.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins Golden Baton

With a total of 55 athletes, racing in ten events, with five wins and two disqualifications, Team USA win the inaugural Golden Baton in the first IAAF World Relays.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins women’s 4x800m

Price, Lara, Wilson and Martinez defeat the Kenyans by 2.70 seconds to win with an American record at 8:01.58.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Jamaica wins 4x100m

After Arnaud Remy (FRA) pulls himself out of the race (injury), Yohan Blake powers Team Jamaica to the win at 37.77 and Great Britain was 2nd, .27 seconds back. Team USA DQ’d in the heats.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins women’s 4x400m

In the first ever World Relays, Deedee Trotter, Sanya Richard-Ross, Natasha Hastings, and Joanna Atkins get the win for the USA with a time of 3:21.73, beating the Jamaica women by 1.53 seconds.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA out of 4x100m final

Again Team USA has trouble with their handoffs, this time it slows them to 4th place and even worst it was outside the required area and they are disqualified from advancing to the Final.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins Women’s 4x200m

Solomon. Meadows, Knight and Duncan get it done at 1:29.45, to give USA the win. The world’s fastest woman Shelly-Ann Frasier-Pryce could on help Team Jamaica to 3rd as Great Britain was 2nd, .16 seconds behind.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Nassau, Bahamas: Day #2 (Mobile)

Nearly 600 athletes (338 men and 240 women) from 43 IAAF Member Federations will be making their way to the Caribbean to take part in this exciting and innovative new event on the international calendar.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Nassau, Bahamas: Day #2

Nearly 600 athletes (338 men and 240 women) from 43 IAAF Member Federations will be making their way to the Caribbean to take part in this exciting and innovative new event on the international calendar. The top eight teams in both the men’s and women’s 4x100m and 4x400m will automatically qualify for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing.

Blake, Jamaicans steal show at World Relays

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/MIKE SEGAR (Reuters) – Yohan Blake and a speedy Jamaican 4×200 meters relay team did not need Usain Bolt to add to the island nation’s collection of world records on Saturday. Blake, the world’s second fastest 200 meters runner behind Bolt, turned on the jets and anchored Jamaica to a world record one […]

2014 IAAF World Relays: 4×1500 Collision

Here are some points for you beginners out their, keep your eyes front, and if you are done racing, get off the track.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Kenya sets 4x1500m World Record

In the first ever World Relays, Kenya took the lead in the first leg and just it crushed the rest of the way, lapping Romania and setting a new World Record at 16:33.58, Team USA was second 21.75 seconds behind.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins Women’s 4x100m

In the first ever World Relays, as Team Jamaica suffer a bad hand off, Team USA (Tianna Bartoletta, Alex Anderson, Jeneba Tarmoh, and Lakeisha Lawson) cruise perfectly to victory at 41.88 seconds, beating their Jamaican rivals by .40 seconds.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Jamaica sets 4x200m World Record

Anchored by Yohan Blake (JAM), Team Jamaica breaks the United States 20 year old record by .05 seconds with a time of 1:18.63.  And although Wallace Spearmon (USA) would claw back 3rd place, the bad hand off would ultimately disqualify Team USA

2014 IAAF World Relays: Kenya wins Men’s 4x800m

In the first ever World Relays, Kenya looked like they may claim a World Record, but Kipketer crumbled at the end, but held on by .29 seconds to win ahead of Poland, Team USA was third, .66 back.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Nassau, Bahamas: Day #1

Nearly 600 athletes (338 men and 240 women) from 43 IAAF Member Federations will be making their way to the Caribbean to take part in this exciting and innovative new event on the international calendar. The top eight teams in both the men’s and women’s 4x100m and 4x400m will automatically qualify for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing.

2014 IAAF World Relays: Nassau, Bahamas: Day #1 (Mobile)

Nearly 600 athletes (338 men and 240 women) from 43 IAAF Member Federations will be making their way to the Caribbean to take part in this exciting and innovative new event on the international calendar.

Records Could Tumble At Inaugural World Relays

Yohan Blake (Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports) By Gene Cherry May 21 (Reuters) – Olympic and world champions will gather in the Bahamas this weekend for a special global meeting that has no field events or individual competitions but the promise of world records and rich cash prizes. The inaugural IAAF World Relays are all about speed […]

Team USA Rosters Announced for 2014 IAAF World Relays

Sanya Richards-Ross (Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports) INDIANAPOLIS — Team USA’s roster is set for the inaugural IAAF World Relays Championships, contested Saturday and Sunday, May 24-25 at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas. A total of 55 athletes comprise the relay pools that will represent the red, white and blue at the event, which airs […]

Olympic Relay Medals in Jeopardy after Tyson Gay’s Ban

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/DENIS BALIBOUSE (Reuters) – The International Olympics Committee (IOC) will have the final say on whether Tyson Gay’s 4×100 meters relay team mates will be stripped of their London Games medals in the wake of the sprinter’s doping ban, the IAAF told Reuters. Gay received a one-year suspension on Friday after testing positive for a banned anabolic […]

2014 USA Track & Field: Des Moines, IA: Drake Relays

The Drake Relays (officially the Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee for sponsorship purposes) is an outdoor track and field event held in Des Moines, Iowa, United States, in Drake Stadium on the campus of Drake University.

2014 USA Track & Field: Des Moines, IA: Drake Relays (Mobile)

The Drake Relays (officially the Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee for sponsorship purposes) is an outdoor track and field event held in Des Moines, Iowa, United States, in Drake Stadium on the campus of Drake University.

2014 Indoor Track and Field Championship: USA Wins Women’s 400mx4 Relay

The USA team took the gold for the Women’s 400mx4 Relay event, just shy of breaking the indoor record. Natasha Hastings, Joanna Atkins, Francena McCorory, and Cassandra Tate make up the team.

2014 Indoor Track and Field Championship: USA breaks World Record in Men’s 400mx4 Relay

The Men’s USA team for the 400mx4 Relay took gold, and broke the world indoor record previously set by the United States in 1999. Kyle Clemons, David Verburg, Kind Butler III, Calvin Smith make up the team for USA.

2014 FIL Team Relay Luge World Cup: Konigssee: USA 5th

Erin Hamlin, Chris Mazdaer and doubles team Matt Mortensen and Preston Griffall miss the podium by .641 seconds.

2014 FIL Team Relay Luge World Cup: Konigssee: Germans win

First Natalie Geisenberger, Felix Loch and doubles team Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt won individual gold and together they claim the relay gold as well for the third straight time.

2013 FIL Luge Team Relay World Cup: Park City: GER wins

With a team full of World Cup leaders, Germany easily won with a time of 2:18.546 and set a new track record. Germany was Represented by Natalie Geisenberger, Felix Loch, Tobias Arlt, Tobias Wendl,

2013 FIL Luge Team Relay World Cup: Park City: USA 2nd

After finishing 4th a week ago in Whistler, The USA finished 2nd with a time of 2:19.128. Representing the USA was Kate Hansen, Chris Mazdzer, Matthew Mortensen and Preston Griffall.

2013 Luge World Cup: Park City, Utah: Men’s Runs And Team Relay

The International Luge Federation (FIL) expects up to 20 nations & 120 athletes competing in this World Cup. For the U.S. athletes, results from the first five World Cups of the season will be used to determine the make up of the Sochi Olympic Team.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Lillehammer: Russia wins 4×7.5km Relay

Russia won with a final time of 1:19:04.7, beating out 2 Norwegian teams in a sprint finish. Russia sits in 2nd place in the overall standing behind Norway.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Lillehammer: Norway wins 4x5km Relay

Norway finished with a blazing time of 58:38.9 as they were lead by Therese Johaug and Marit Bjoergen. The USA finished third in the event, finishing 1 minute behind Norway.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Whistler: USA 4th in Team Relay

Erin Hamlin, Chris Mazdzer, Matthew Mortensen, and Preston Griffall represented the USA as they finished with a time of 2:04.769. The USA is currently 3rd in the overall standings with 205 points.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Whistler: GER wins Team Relay

Representing team Germany was sledders Natalie Geisenberger, Felix Loch, and Wendi Arit as they set a new track record with a time of 2:03.791. A win a Whistler was nothing new to this team as they all have won their individual events at Whistler.

2013 Luge World Cup: Whistler, Canada: Women’s Runs And Team Relay

Catch the world’s top luge athletes as they compete at the Whistler Sliding Centre in the lead up to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The competition will be fierce as Olympic hopefuls take to the track!

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Winterberg: Relay Fail

Come see how a relay race can come to a quick end with a crash, or a teammate failing to ‘tag out’.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Winterberg: Italy wins relay

Sandra Gasparini, Dominik Fischnaller, and Oberstolz and Gruber score a win with a new track record, beating last weeks winner, the favored Germans.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Igls: GER wins Team Relay

Germany finished with a total time of 2:11.798, beating 2nd place Canada by 2:12.172. Germany was represented by Natalie Geisenberger, Felix Loch, Toni Eggert, Sascha Benecken.

2013 ISU Speed Skating Short Track World Cup: Kolomna: USA wins men’s 5000m Relay

The USA finished with a winning time of 6:48.268 over 2nd place Russia. Although this was a great win for the USA, Canada won the World Cup title for the event.

2013 ISU Speed Skating Short Track World Cup: Kolomna: Korea wins Women’s 3000m Relay WC

Korea finished the final race of the World Cup season in 2nd place behind China with a time of 4:09.794. Korea not only finished the day with a WC title but also a WR in the semi-final heat.

2013 ISU Speed Skating Short Track World Cup: Kolomna: KOR sets WR in Women’s 3000m Relay

Korea finished the final day of the World Cup by taking home a new world record after finishing with a time of 4:06.215 in the semi-finals heat. The previous record was 4:06.636.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: AUS wins mixed 4x50m Medley Relay

Australia, represented by Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts and Cate Campbell won with a time of 1:38.23 ahead of China. Team USA finished 4th.

2013 ISU Speed Skating Short Track World Cup: Torino: CAN wins Men’s 5000m Relay

Canada dominated the men’s relay as they led from start to finish. Represented by skaters Michael Gilday, Francois Hamelin, Olivier Jean, and Charles Hamelin, Canada won with a time of 6:39.640.

2013 ISU Speed Skating Short Track World Cup: Torino: KOR wins Women’s 3000m Relay

Korea waited to the final 3 laps to make their move, overtaking China to get the win with a time of 4:10.600.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: AUS sets Mixed 4x50m Relay World Record

Swimmers Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts, and Cate Campbell finished with a total time of 1:38.02. AUS broke their old record time of 1:39.08 that they set earlier in the day.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Moscow: Russia wins 4x50m Free relay

As they did yesterday Team Russia claims the first world record in the now official mixed 4x50m Freestyle Relay. Rozallya Nasretdinova, Arlom Lobuzov, Dmitry Ermakev, and Maria Reznikova set the standard at 1:33.01, beating Brazil by .42 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Moscow: Russia wins mixed relay

Now that mixed relay races are keeping track of official times, Sergey Makov, Darla Tcvetkova, Andrey Grechin, and Ekaterina Borovikova set a world record time of 1:41.70 for the home team crowd.

2013 FINA World Championship: Team USA talks Relay DQ

Matt Grevers, Nathan Adrian, Ryan Lochte and Kevin Cordes talk about being disqualified in the Men’s 4×100 Medley Relay, after they thought they had won.

2013 FINA World Championship: Team USA talks about relay win

Dana Vollmer, Jessica Hardy, Megan Romano, and Missy Franklin talk about winning the Women’s 4x100m Medley Relay, as Missy Franklin also becomes the first woman in history to win six gold medals in one championship.

2013 FINA World Championship: Swimming: USA DQ’d; France wins Relay

In the Men’s 4×100 Medley Relay, Camille Lacourt, Jeremy Stravius, Giacomo Perez-Dorlona, Frabien Gilot (FRA) get the win as Kevin Cordes (USA) was singled out for starting too soon, disqualifying team USA.

 
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