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Jamaica won the women’s 4x100m relay on Saturday’s penultimate day of the 17th IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019.

The team of Natalliah Whyte, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jonielle Smith and Shericka Jackson, in that order, won comfortably in 41.44, holding off Great Britain & Northern Ireland (41.85) and USA (42.10).

Smith said: “We are world champion, it can’t any better than that, with a world-leading time.”

“This success did not come without hardship and pain and sacrifices,” said Fraser-Pryce, who had earlier won her fourth 100m world title.

“There are so many things that have happened on this journey.”


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  1. D way how she run outa d blocks, mi swear d blocks do r sumn! She bun up d first leg man! N everybody dun know seh Shelly deal wid d 2nd leg like fi r own, without a doubt! Jonielle demolished that 3rd leg! I was actually surprised with how she ran that curb man! Goodie came out n all these thingz! Dennnnnn!! Unu done know seh the deal well seal wid Shericka pon d anchor! If mi love that girl one more time issi! Rest up fi d 4 by 4 mi bby!
    With that said! Well done girls! Congrats again!

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