2017 IAAF World Relays – Women's 4 × 400 metres relay

The women's 4 x 400 metres relay at the 2017 IAAF World Relays was held at the Thomas Robinson Stadium on 22 and 23 April.

Women's 4 x 400 metres relay
at the 2017 IAAF World Relays
VenueThomas Robinson Stadium
Dates22 April (heats) & 23 April (final)
Competitors73 from 16 nations
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Poland
bronze medal    Jamaica
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ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
22 April 2017 20:31 Heats
23 April 2017 20:35 Final B
23 April 2017 21:13 Final

All times are local times (UTC-4)

ResultsEdit

KEY: Q Qualified q Fastest non-qualifiers NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best WC 2017 World Championships qualification

HeatsEdit

Qualification: First 2 of each heat (Q) plus the 2 fastest times (q) advanced to the final. The next 8 fastest times qualified for the final B.[1][2]

Rank Heat Nation Athletes Time Notes
1 1   United States Joanna Atkins, Ashley Spencer, Quanera Hayes, Natasha Hastings 3:29.27 Q
2 3   Poland Małgorzata Hołub, Iga Baumgart, Adrianna Janowicz, Justyna Święty 3:29.42 Q, SB
3 3   Jamaica Christine Day, Janieve Russell, Dawnalee Loney, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby 3:29.93 Q, SB
4 1   Australia Morgan Mitchell, Anneliese Rubie, Ella Nelson, Olivia Tauro 3:30.31 Q, SB
5 3   Botswana Christine Botlogetswe, Lydia Jele, Galefele Moroko, Amantle Montsho 3:31.61 q, SB
6 2   Nigeria Patience Okon George, Ugonna Ndu, Jennifer Adaeze Edobi, Margaret Bamgbose 3:31.97 Q, SB
7 2   Great Britain Eilidh Doyle, Emily Diamond, Anyika Onuora, Kelly Massey 3:33.00 Q
8 1   France Déborah Sananes, Brigitte Ntiamoah, Agnès Raharolahy, Floria Guei 3:33.41 q, SB
9 2   Canada Carline Muir, Alicia Brown, Noelle Montcalm, Kelsey Balkwill 3:33.54 SB
10 2   Bahamas Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Anthonique Strachan, Christine Amertil, Rashan Brown 3:34.40 SB
11 1   Brazil Cristiane Silva, Natália da Silva, Geisa Coutinho, Jailma de Lima 3:34.72 SB
12 2   Colombia Eliana Chávez, Jennifer Padilla, Astrid Balanta, Rosa Escobar 3:40.19 SB
13 3   Kenya Jacinter Shikanda, Veronica Mutua, Grace Kidake, Maximila Imali 3:41.11 SB
14 2   Venezuela Yenisquel Alfonso, María Simancas, Bryannill Cardona, Odellani Monges 3:46.80 SB
1   Trinidad and Tobago Kai Selvon, Janeil Bellille, Chelsea Charles, Domonique Williams DQ R170.20[3]
3   Germany Laura Müller, Lara Hoffmann, Laura Gläsner, Ruth Sophia Spelmeyer DQ R170.11[4]

Final BEdit

[5]

Rank Lane Nation Athletes Time Notes
1 6   Brazil Jailma de Lima, Jessica da Silva, Geisa Coutinho, Natália da Silva 3:34.68 SB
2 4   Canada Carline Muir, Alicia Brown, Audrey Jean-Baptiste, Kelsey Balkwill 3:35.07
3 7   Colombia Astrid Balanta, Rosa Escobar, Johana Arrieta, Jennifer Padilla 3:38.02 SB
4 8   Kenya Maximila Imali, Veronica Mutua, Grace Kidake, Jacinter Shikanda 3:40.98 SB
5   Bahamas DNS
3   Venezuela DNS

FinalEdit

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Rank Lane Nation Athletes Time Notes Points
  4   United States Phyllis Francis, Ashley Spencer, Quanera Hayes, Natasha Hastings 3:24.36 WL, *WC 8
  5   Poland Małgorzata Hołub, Iga Baumgart, Adrianna Janowicz, Justyna Święty 3:28.28 SB, *WC 7
  3   Jamaica Janieve Russell, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, Verone Chambers, Stephenie Ann McPherson 3:28.49 SB, *WC 6
4 7   Great Britain Emily Diamond, Laviai Nielsen, Eilidh Doyle, Christine Ohuruogu 3:28.72 SB, *WC 5
5 8   Australia Morgan Mitchell, Anneliese Rubie, Caitlin Sargent-Jones, Olivia Tauro 3:28.80 SB, *WC 4
6 1   Botswana Amantle Montsho, Lydia Jele, Galefele Moroko, Christine Botlogetswe 3:30.13 NR, *WC 3
7 6   Nigeria Patience Okon George, Ugonna Ndu, Jennifer Adaeze Edobi, Margaret Bamgbose 3:32.94 *WC 2
8 2   France Déborah Sananes, Brigitte Ntiamoah, Agnès Raharolahy, Floria Guei 3:35.03 *WC 1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Heats Results
  2. ^ Heats Summary
  3. ^ Exchanging positions before takeover
  4. ^ Late confirmation / changing team composition and/or running order
  5. ^ Final B Results
  6. ^ Final Results