Athletics at the 2002 Commonwealth Games – Men's 4 × 100 metres relay

The men's 4 x 100 metres relay event at the 2002 Commonwealth Games was held on July 30–31.

MedalistsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  England
Jason Gardener
Marlon Devonish
Allyn Condon
Darren Campbell
  Jamaica
Michael Frater
Dwight Thomas
Christopher Williams
Asafa Powell
LaTonel Williams*
  Australia
Tim Williams
Paul di Bella
David Baxter
Patrick Johnson

* Athletes who competed in heats only and received medals.

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Qualification: First 3 teams of each heat (Q) plus the next 2 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank Heat Nation Athletes Time Notes
1 1   Nigeria Taiwo Ajibade, Chinedu Oriala, Sunday Emmanuel, Uchenna Emedolu 38.95 Q
2 2   Jamaica Michael Frater, Dwight Thomas, Asafa Powell, LaTonel Williams 39.05 Q
3 1   England Jason Gardener, Marlon Devonish, Allyn Condon, Darren Campbell 39.06 Q
4 2   Trinidad and Tobago Marvin Regis, Marc Burns, Jacey Harper, Julian Raeburn 39.16 Q
5 2   Australia Tim Williams, Paul di Bella, David Baxter, Patrick Johnson 39.24 Q
6 1   Canada Nick Macrozonaris, Pierre Browne, Jermaine Joseph, Bruny Surin 39.51 Q
7 2   Wales Kevin Williams, Douglas Turner, Jamie Henthorn, Christian Malcolm 39.62 q
8 1   Cameroon Alfred Moussambani, Serge Bengono, Claude Toukene, Joseph Batangdon 39.71 q
9 1   Sierra Leone Aiah Yambasu, Jocelyn Thomas, Gibril Bangura, Thomas Ganda 40.00
10 1   Mauritius Jonathan Chimier, Ommanandsingh Kowlessur, Fernando Augustin, Eric Milazar 40.05
11 2   Niue Billi Paea, Afele Leona, Lupo Kumitau, Mathew Faleuka 42.95 NR
1   Gambia Ousman Jatta, Lamin Sanyang, Yusupha Bojang, Jaysuma Saidy Ndure DQ
2   South Africa Morné Nagel, Corne du Plessis, Lee-Roy Newton, Mathew Quinn DQ
2   British Virgin Islands Steve Augustine, Deon Crabbe, Alliston Potter, Keita Cline DNF

FinalEdit

Rank Nation Athletes Time Notes
    England Jason Gardener, Marlon Devonish, Allyn Condon, Darren Campbell 38.62
    Jamaica Michael Frater, Dwight Thomas, Christopher Williams, Asafa Powell 38.62
    Australia Tim Williams, Paul di Bella, David Baxter, Patrick Johnson 38.87
4   Canada Charles Allen, Anson Henry, Jermaine Joseph, Bruny Surin 38.94
5   Trinidad and Tobago Marvin Regis, Marc Burns, Jacey Harper, Julian Raeburn 38.97
6   Nigeria Taiwo Ajibade, Chinedu Oriala, Sunday Emmanuel, Uchenna Emedolu 39.01
7   Cameroon Alfred Moussambani, Serge Bengono, Claude Toukene, Joseph Batangdon 39.52
8   Wales Kevin Williams, Douglas Turner, Christian Malcolm, Steven Shalders 39.73

ReferencesEdit