The United States men’s and women’s 4×100 relay teams take home victory at the IAAF World Championships in Budapest with Noah Lyles and Shakari Richardson as the main champions.
The United States’ dominance in sprinting at this World Cup is undeniable, thanks to Noah Lyles’ victories in the men’s 100 and 200m and the women’s 100m with Shakari Richardson, who also won bronze in the 200m.
With both of them on top, the US 4×100 relay was declared world champion.
The men’s team of Chris Coleman, Fred Curley, Brandon Carnes and Noah Lyles led an amazing race in which they stopped the clock in 37.38 seconds, the season mark. And with them on the podium are Italy with silver and Jamaica with bronze.
The women’s relay, consisting of Tamara Davis, Twanisha Terry, Gabrielle Thomas and Chakari Richardson, celebrated the gold medal with World Cup numbers, as they clocked a finish line of 41.03.
The Jamaicans took second place with the silver and the British third with the bronze.
Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce competed in the Jamaican team, which adds with this new medal sixteen world medals in the 100-meter, 200-meter and 4×100 relay races (ten gold, five silver and one bronze).
Info from EFE/photo: EFE
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