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CG2022 | Silver for Jamaica in women’s 4x400m

Published:Sunday | August 7, 2022 | 3:52 PM
England's Jessie Knight (centre) crosses the finish line ahead of Krya Constantine (left) of Canada and Jamaica's Natoya Goule in the women's 4x400 meters relay at the Alexander Stadium at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England on Sunday. England we
England's Jessie Knight (centre) crosses the finish line ahead of Krya Constantine (left) of Canada and Jamaica's Natoya Goule in the women's 4x400 meters relay at the Alexander Stadium at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England on Sunday. England were disqualified.

Jamaica won the silver medal in the women’s 4x400 metres at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England on Sunday.

Jamaica, comprised of Shiann Salmon, Junelle Bromfield, Roneisha McGregor and Natoya Goule, ended the race third but was upgraded after the disqualification of England, who had crossed the finish line first.

Jamaica clocked 3:26.93 minutes to finish behind Canada, who clocked 3:25.84 as Scotland with a season best of 3:30.15 being promoted to third with the disqualification. England had done 3:25.83 minutes.

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