Athletics at the 2019 Pan American Games – Men's 4 × 100 metres relay

The men's 4 × 100 metres relay competition of the athletics events at the 2019 Pan American Games took place on the 9 of August at the 2019 Pan American Games Athletics Stadium. The defending Pan American Games champion is United States.

Men's 4 × 100 metres relay at the XVIII Pan American Games
VenueAthletics Stadium
DatesAugust 9
Competitors36 from 9 nations
Winning time38.27
Gold medal   Brazil
Silver medal   Trinidad and Tobago
Bronze medal   United States


The semi-finals were cancelled as the race scratched down to a 9 lane final. Brazil's first leg, Rodrigo do Nascimento blazed the turn to give them a clear lead at the first handoff while the rest of the staggers remained true. Down the backstretch, Trinidad and Tobago's Olympic double Olympic medal relay veteran Keston Bledman and Jamaica's 2015 relay world champion Rasheed Dwyer put their teams into contention. Cravon Gillespie ran a strong backstretch and Bryce Robinson likewise a strong turn to put USA into contention. A strong final handoff for Brazil to 100 silver medalist Paulo André de Oliveira and Brazil was gone to take gold. Trinidad made a smooth handoff from Akanni Hislop to Kyle Greaux and would have no challenge for silver after Jamaica's Oshane Bailey and USA's 100 gold medalist Mike Rodgers had to look back for their handoff. Way too late to challenge Trinidad, Rodgers outran Canada's Mobolade Ajomale to take bronze.


Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan American Games records were as follows:

World record   Jamaica 36.84 London, United Kingdom August 11, 2012
Pan American Games record   Antigua and Barbuda 38.14 Toronto, Canada July 24, 2015


Date Time Round
August 9, 2019 19:05 Final


All times shown are in seconds.

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best DQ Disqualified


The results were as follows[1]

Rank Lane Nation Name Time Notes
  3   Brazil Rodrigo do Nascimento, Jorge Vides, Derick Silva, Paulo André de Oliveira 38.27
  8   Trinidad and Tobago Jerod Elcock, Keston Bledman, Akanni Hislop, Kyle Greaux 38.46 SB
  4   United States Jarret Eaton, Cravon Gillespie, Bryce Robinson, Mike Rodgers 38.79
4 7   Canada Gavin Smellie, Jerome Blake, Brendon Rodney, Mobolade Ajomale 39.00
5 5   Jamaica Andre Ewers, Rasheed Dwyer, Julian Forte, Oshane Bailey 39.01
6 6   Dominican Republic Christopher Valdez, Mayobanex de Óleo, José González Soto, Yancarlos Martínez 39.15
7 2   Cuba Harlyn Pérez, Roberto Skyers, Reynier Mena, José Luis Gaspar 39.19 SB
8 9   Venezuela Alberto Aguilar, Abdel Kalil, Alexis Nieves, Rafael Vásquez Leon 39.73
9 1   Peru Frank Sanchez Mozombite, Luis Iriarte, Mauricio Garrido, Andy Martínez 41.19


  1. ^ "Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-08-10. Retrieved 2019-08-10.