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2005 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 4 × 100 metres relay

MedalsEdit

QualifyingEdit

From the initial two heats the first three teams in each plus two fastest losers progressed through to the final.

All times shown are in seconds.

  • Q denotes automatic qualification.
  • q denotes fastest losers.
  • DNS denotes did not start.
  • DNF denotes did not finish.
  • AR denotes area record.
  • NR denotes national record.
  • PB denotes personal best.
  • SB denotes season's best.

HeatsEdit

Heat 1Edit

  1.   United States (Angela Daigle, Muna Lee, Me'Lisa Barber, Lauryn Williams) 42.16s Q (WL)
  2.   Nigeria (Gloria Kemasuode, Endurance Ojokolo, Oludamola Osayomi, Mercy Nku) 43.53s Q (SB)
  3.   Sweden (Emma Rienas, Carolina Klüft, Jenny Kallur, Susanna Kallur) 43.67s (NR)
  4.   Great Britain (Emily Freeman, Emma Ania, Laura Turner, Katherine Endacott) 43.83 (SB)

Heat 2Edit

  1.   France (Patricia Buval, Lina Jacques-Sébastien, Fabe Dia, Christine Arron) 42.86 Q (SB)
  2.   Jamaica (Daniele Browning, Sherone Simpson, Beverly McDonald, Aleen Bailey) 42.97s Q (SB)
  3.   Colombia (Melisa Murillo, Felipa Palacios, Darlenis Obregón, Norma Gonzalez) 43.03s q (NR)
  4.   Brazil (Raquel Martins da Costa, Lucimar Aparecida de Moura, Thatiana Regina Ignâcio, Luciana Alves dos Santos) 43.22s q (SB)
  5.   Italy (Elena Sordelli, Vincenza Calì, Manuela Grillo, Maria Aurora Salvagno) 44.03s

Heat 3Edit

  1.   Belarus (Yulia Nesterenko, Natalya Sologub, Alena Nevmerzhitskaya, Oksana Dragun) 42.80s Q (NR)
  2.   Poland (Iwona Dorobisz, Daria Onyśko, Dorota Dydo, Iwona Brzezińska) 43.37s Q (SB)
  3.   Belgium (Katleen De Caluwé, Nancy Callaerts, Élodie Ouédraogo, Kim Gevaert) 43.40s (SB)
  4.   Ukraine (Iryna Kozhemyakina, Iryna Shepetyuk, Iryna Shtanhyeyeva, Olena Pastushenko-Sinyavina) 43.62s (SB)
  5.   Japan (Tomoko Ishida, Ayumi Suzuki, Yuka Sato, Sakie Nobuoka) 44.52s (SB)

FinalEdit

  1.   United States (Angela Daigle, Muna Lee, Me'Lisa Barber, Lauryn Williams) 41.78s (WL)
  2.   Jamaica (Daniele Browning, Sherone Simpson, Aleen Bailey, Veronica Campbell) 41.99s (SB)
  3.   Belarus (Yulia Nesterenko, Natalya Sologub, Alena Nevmerzhitskaya, Oksana Dragun) 42.56s (NR)
  4.   France (Patricia Buval, Lina Jacques-Sébastien, Fabe Dia, Christine Arron) 42.85 (SB)
  5.   Brazil (Raquel Martins da Costa, Lucimar Aparecida de Moura, Thatiana Regina Ignâcio, Luciana Alves dos Santos) 42.99s (SB)
  6.   Colombia (Melisa Murillo, Felipa Palacios, Darlenis Obregón, Norma Gonzalez) 43.07s
  7.   Nigeria (Gloria Kemasuode, Endurance Ojokolo, Oludamola Osayomi, Mercy Nku) 43.25s (SB)
  8.   Poland (Iwona Dorobisz, Daria Onyśko, Dorota Dydo, Iwona Brzezińska) 43.49s

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