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Jamaica strikes gold in men's 4X200, women's 4X100 as World Relays end

Published:Sunday | May 3, 2015 | 9:27 PMAndre Lowe, Special Projects Editor - Sports
The victorious 4X200m relay team strike the 'to the world' pose as Usain Bolt would have, had he been on the team.
Jamaica's winning 4X100m relay team Veronica Campbell Brown, Kerron Stewart, Schillonie Calvert, and Simone Facey
Rusheen Dwyer and Jason Livermore after collecting their gold medals
Warren Weir takes a bite at gold!
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In a mad rush for gold, Jamaica's men's 4x200m and women's 4x100m teams won gold at the IAAF World Relays in The Bahamas.

Warren Weir led the team of Nickel Ashmeade, Jason Livermore and Rasheed Dwyer to a time of 1:20.97 ahead of France 1:21.49 and Germany, 1:22.65 as Usain Bolt watched from the warm-up track.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was also missing for the women's 4x100m team but Veronica Campbell-Brown, Schillonie Calvert, Kerron Stewart and Simone Facey got the job done for the Jamaicans who won in a world leading 42.14 after some powerful running all around.

The USA was second in 42.32 with Great Britain and Northern Ireland third in 42.84.