By Anthony Foster in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  

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Jamaica upstaged USA teams to win the “USA vs the World” men’s 4x100m clash at Penn Relays on Saturday.

The Jamaican quartet of Jermaine Hamilton, Julian Foote, Rasheed Dwyer and Oshane Bailey, in that running order, crossed the finish line in 38.70.

“To come out here and beat the USA, our main rival, it’s always a good feeling,” said Forte.

The Jamaica team was without regulars Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell, Nesta Carter, Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade and Kemar Bailey-Cole.

USA Blue with Sean McLean, Wallace Spearmon, Calesio Newman and Remontay McClain finished second with 39.02.

St. Kitts and Nevis’ team of Jason Rogers, Antoine Adams, Allistar Clarke and Brijesh Lawrance took 3rd in 39.49secs.

USA Red team of Mike Rogers, Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay and Isiah Young crossed the line 4th in 39.74, but was disqualified USA Red was disqualified for passing out of the zone on the final exchange.

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