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IAAF/BTC World Relays in Bahamas 2017


Date (Open): Saturday 22 April 2017
Date (Close): Sunday 23 April 2017 
Time: 19:30 to 22:40 pm (Both Days)
 
Venue: Thomas Robinson Stadium, Nassau, Bahamas

 
Organiser: IAAF & Local Organising Committee (Bahamas)

News/Schedules/Startlists/Results:
https://www.iaaf.org/competitions/iaaf-world-relays
https://www.facebook.com/IAAFWorldRelays
https://twitter.com/worldrelaysbah

Live Streams for World Relays 2017:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQoMmTM1HE0
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/2akM5MYy2ef
http://www.znsbahamas.com
http://original.livestream.com/znsbahamas
https://www.youtube.com/user/IAAF2012
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« Last Edit: April 22, 2017, 05:14:31 PM by Socapro »
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KHALIFA IN WORLD RELAY SQUAD
Published in C Sports Live
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 18:50

 
No Richard Thompson 'Torpedo' for this weekend's IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas, but Team TT is still expected to battle for precious metal at the much anticipate event in Nassau.

In his absence Khalifa St. Fort and Michelle-lee Ahye alongside Keston Bledman will lead a 22-member T&T into battle.

St. Fort and Ahye have been selected for the 4x100 metres and 4x200m and will be joined by fellow Olympians Kelly-Ann Baptiste, Reyare Thomas, Semoy Hackett and former World Relays bronze medallist, Kamaria Durant in the shorter race.

In the 4x200M Anika Charles replaces Baptiste, and is also part of the T&T's 4x400m team which includes Olympians Kai Selvon, Janeil Bellille and Dominique Williams.

Bledman is joined by Emmanuel Callender on the both the 4x100m and 4x200m teams alongside Moriba Morain, Danneil Telesford and Olympian Kyle Greaux, and in the longer event will add Renny Quow, Telesford and Jereem Richards.

Sportsman of the Year Machel Cedenio leads a powerful mile relay outfit that includes Jarrin Solomon, Deon Lendore, Lalonde Gordon, Quow and Richards.

The mixed 4x400M team contains Charles, Quow, Richards, Solomon and Williams.

Khalifa In World Relay Squad
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/fCdv4X5Y-44" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/fCdv4X5Y-44</a>

TEAM TTO AT IAAF/ BTC World Relays {22nd - 23rd April 2017}
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Good team. lots of potential

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T&T's Machel Cedenio collects baton from Renny Quow during 4x400 at 2014 World Relays

EVENT TIMETABLE

Day 1 - Saturday April 22, 2017

LOCAL TIME    SEX    EVENT    ROUND
         

19:30 - Women's 4x200m heats

19:50 - Men's 4x100m heats

20:17 - Women's 4x400m heats

20:53 - Men's 4x400m heats

21:25 - Women's 4x800m final

21:48 - Mixed 4x400m heats

22:12 - Men's 4x100m final B

22:21 - Women's 4x200m final

22:36 - Men's 4x100m final            

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Day 2 Sunday April 23, 2017

LOCAL TIME    SEX    EVENT    ROUND
         

19:30 - Men's 4x200m heats

20:00 - Women's 4x100m heats

20:27 - Men's 4x400m final B

20:38 - Women's 4x400m final B

20:49 - Men's 4x800m final

21:12 - Women's 4x400m final

21:30 - Men's 4x200m final

21:47 - Women's 4x100m final B

21:56 - Men's 4x400m final

22:14 - Women's 4x100m final

22:30 - Mixed 4x400m final



Bottom Left: T&T's Shawna Fermin starts off 4x400m relay at 2014 World Relays

Live Streams for World Relays 2017:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQoMmTM1HE0
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/2akM5MYy2ef
http://www.znsbahamas.com
http://original.livestream.com/znsbahamas
https://www.youtube.com/user/IAAF2012
« Last Edit: April 22, 2017, 04:51:09 PM by Socapro »
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Thanks for the link socapro :beermug:

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Our women 4x100m , 4x200m should medal along with our men 4x400m.  Not so sure about our men 4x100m and 4x200m. I hope they can surprise me.  :challenge:

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T&T 4x100 men finished fifth in their heat and will not be in the final. Seeing how the men short sprint relay team has been performing over the years no surprise there.
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Jam and T&T out the men's 4x100m  :cursing:

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De Grasse looked good in that final leg. Should be a contest between only US vs Can again in the final seeing JA will not be in the race

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De Grasse looked good in that final leg. Should be a contest between only US vs Can again in the final seeing JA will not be in the race

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Trinidad And Tobago Wins Men's 4x400m Heat 2 IAAF World Relays :beermug:

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/xHMWyBOsH6I" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/xHMWyBOsH6I</a>

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Jereem Richards. Looks low sub 44 this season. National trials would be cracker

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Jereem Richards. Looks low sub 44 this season. National trials would be cracker

Yes. Low 44 for sure. Don't know about sub 44.

The mix relays are going to be good. I expect Jamaica,  USA and Great Britain to be the ones to beat. Miller and Gardner running on the same team will be a good one to watch.

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Definitely low 44, he looks to be really strong and barring injury or mishap should get an individual spot on the world champs team. I pray he remains healthy. We have so much depth in the men's 4x4 it's astounding. We didn't even use Machel and still did well.

Our 4x100m men's is now lacking and our women's 4x400m team is too. If we can build those teams up we can have 4 solid relay teams. Our 4x100m men's team needs practice, practice, practice. We no longer have optimum leg speed (i.e. Torpedo, Burns at their prime). So we need to try a Japan.

For the ladies 4x4 we need them all to drop their pbs to the 51/50(preferable)range to be competitive. Otherwise there is no point... the only way we can qualify now for a final in any competition is if another team drops the baton or is dq'd...
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4x100m men won the B final. So props to them!

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4x100m men won the B final. So props to them!

Well it pays to get the stick around. We now automatically qualify for the WC in London later this year due to all the mishaps in the "A"  final. Now to find a way to shave a second of that time so we can have a respectable showing by the time we get to London.
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The womens 4x200 could have run a national record if the last hand off was better methinks.

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De Grasse looked good in that final leg. Should be a contest between only US vs Can again in the final seeing JA will not be in the race

US wins the final. Big surprise to see who finished second  :D and Canada no where to be found.

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I am happy that they sent the women 4x4. Yes, they did not qualify, but we need to do everything to encourage our beautiful ladies to gravitate to the mid distant sprint events. That is why Carifta is so important. I wonder if the girl who won the girls Heptaphlon could have been on that team. But then she had to go back to school. Hang in there Ladies. God Bless.

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Congrats to Barbados on their silvermedal win.

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IAAF/BTC World Relays in Bahamas 2017


ALL RACES FEATURING TEAM TTO RELAY TEAMS

Day 1 - Saturday April 22, 2017

LOCAL TIME    SEX    EVENT    ROUND
         

19:30 - Women's 4x200m heats

USA Wins & T&T 3rd; Women's 4x200m Heat 1 IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/vyDfnoZ-fEI" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/vyDfnoZ-fEI</a>
4X200 METRES RELAY WOMEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
FIRST 3 IN EACH HEAT (Q) AND THE NEXT 2 FASTEST (Q)   
 OFFICIAL RESULTS - HEAT 1 22 APR 2017 19:35 

POS   ATHLETE   COUNTRY   MARK   
1   UNITED STATES   USA USA   1:31.06 Q   
2   GERMANY   GER GER   1:31.16 Q   SB
3   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   1:32.62 Q   NR
4   FRANCE   FRA FRA   1:34.18 q   SB
5   KENYA   KEN KEN   1:40.65   NR

19:50 - Men's 4x100m heats

Netherlands Wins & T&T 5th; Men's 4x100m Heat 1 IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/L6zVFiHpnHU" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/L6zVFiHpnHU</a>
4X100 METRES RELAY MEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
 OFFICIAL RESULTS - HEAT 1 22 APR 2017 19:59 

POS   ATHLETE   COUNTRY   MARK      REACTION TIME
1   NETHERLANDS   NED NED   38.71 Q   SB   
2   PR OF CHINA   CHN CHN   38.97 Q   SB   0.258
3   AUSTRALIA   AUS AUS   39.09 q   SB   
4   BAHAMAS   BAH BAH   39.36   SB   0.232
5   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   39.44   SB   0.237
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA   ANT ANT   DNF      
JAMAICA   JAM JAM   DNF      0.247

20:17 - Women's 4x400m heats

USA Wins & T&T DQed; Women's 4x400m Heat 1 IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/s9O6RP25s38" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/s9O6RP25s38</a>
4X400 METRES RELAY WOMEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
 OFFICIAL RESULTS - HEAT 1 22 APR 2017 20:31 

POS   ATHLETE   COUNTRY   MARK      REACTION TIME
1   UNITED STATES   USA USA   3:29.27 Q      
2   AUSTRALIA   AUS AUS   3:30.31 Q   SB   0.219
3   FRANCE   FRA FRA   3:33.41 q   SB   
4   BRAZIL   BRA BRA   3:34.72   SB   0.288
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   DQ

20:53 - Men's 4x400m heats

Trinidad And Tobago Wins Men's 4x400m Heat 2 IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/xHMWyBOsH6I" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/xHMWyBOsH6I</a>
4X400 METRES RELAY MEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
OFFICIAL RESULTS - HEAT 2 22 APR 2017 21:24 

POS   ATHLETE   COUNTRY   MARK      REACTION TIME
1   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   3:02.51 Q   SB   
2   UNITED STATES   USA USA   3:02.62 Q      0.268
3   CUBA   CUB CUB   3:04.97 q   SB   0.269
4   POLAND   POL POL   3:08.42      
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC   DOM DOM   DQ      0.262
JAPAN   JPN JPN   DNF      0.223

21:25 - Women's 4x800m final

21:48 - Mixed 4x400m heats (cancelled and teams go straight to final)

22:12 - Men's 4x100m final B

Trinidad And Tobago Wins Men's 4x100m B Final IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/b299a85S0mU" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/b299a85S0mU</a>
4X100 METRES RELAY MEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
 OFFICIAL RESULTS FINAL B - 22 APR 2017 22:12

POS   ATHLETE   COUNTRY   MARK      REACTION TIME
1   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   39.04   SB   0.221
2   GERMANY   GER GER   39.15      0.329
3   BAHAMAS   BAH BAH   39.18   SB   0.249
4   DOMINICAN REPUBLIC   DOM DOM   39.57      0.274
5   CUBA   CUB CUB   39.90      0.241
6   MEXICO   MEX MEX   39.98      
7   JAPAN   JPN JPN   40.31      0.361
8   SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS   SKN SKN   41.07      

IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017 - 4X100m men B Final Team Trinidad and Tobago Winner
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/vNWH1oUs8uE" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/vNWH1oUs8uE</a>

22:21 - Women's 4x200m final

Jamaica wins in CR and T&T 4th; Women's 4x200n final - World Relays 2017
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/uk9C4yeUL4A" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/uk9C4yeUL4A</a>
4X200 METRES RELAY WOMEN - IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017
 OFFICIAL RESULTS - 22 APR 2017 22:21 

POS   TEAM   COUNTRY   MARK      POINTS
1   JAMAICA   JAM JAM   1:29.04   CR   8
2   GERMANY   GER GER   1:30.68   SB   7
3   UNITED STATES   USA USA   1:30.87      6
4   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   1:32.63      5
5   NIGERIA   NGR NGR   1:33.08   SB   4
6   FRANCE   FRA FRA   1:35.11      3
7   BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS   IVB IVB   1:35.35      2
8   PR OF CHINA   CHN CHN   1:37.60      1

Go to 4:21:50 in video of "IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017 - Day 1" coverage below for Women's 4x200m final featuring Team TTO. 

22:36 - Men's 4x100m final            

Here is IAAF video of all of the first day's coverage:

IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017 - Day 1 (go to 46:15 for start of live coverage)
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/kQoMmTM1HE0" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/kQoMmTM1HE0</a>
(Go to 46:15 in video for start of live recorded audio and video coverage)
« Last Edit: April 26, 2017, 03:09:56 AM by Socapro »
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Happy the 4x100 men team won the B race but there is ALOT of improvement to be done to do something respectable last the World Champs. If you look at the video interview I posted earlier they said they have not had much practice together as a team, so we need to fix this
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4x100m men won the B final. So props to them!

Well it pays to get the stick around. We now automatically qualify for the WC in London later this year due to all the mishaps in the "A"  final. Now to find a way to shave a second of that time so we can have a respectable showing by the time we get to London.

Yup practice is needed but I was impressed with the run in the final. The hand offs were smooth and Mr Callender did the back stretch justice. Looked really smooth. Really like how D Telesford came back from 3rd to pull through what we need now is practice, practice, practice. I believe then we can drop a second off.

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I am happy that they sent the women 4x4. Yes, they did not qualify, but we need to do everything to encourage our beautiful ladies to gravitate to the mid distant sprint events. That is why Carifta is so important. I wonder if the girl who won the girls Heptaphlon could have been on that team. But then she had to go back to school. Hang in there Ladies. God Bless.

One positive I can see is that they now know what is required of them to be world class. I have nothing but love for my country women and men that go out there and give their all. I just long for the day when we can have 4 solid relay teams at a world champs/oly games. We are getting there gradually. I think 2004 was the first time our ladies 4x1 were represented since 1984 I believe. Ever since they have gotten stronger. Our 4x4 men remain the standard. Our 4x1 men still have the experience of Emmanuel Callender and Richard Thompson. Our 4x4 women just need to drop their times. We can't have 2 52.x runners and the rest 53.x and expect to compete with the likes of the US, Jamaica, GB etc. It won't be an overnight thing but I believe they have the talent and potential to be the best.

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23 APR 2017 GENERAL NEWS NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS
LOOKING BACK AND MOVING FORWARD: DAY 2 PREVIEW
IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS BAHAMAS 2017


Jamaica's victorious 4x200m quartet in Nassau (Getty Images) Copyright

An IAAF/BTC World Relays record in the women's 4x200m and yet another dramatic finish in the men's 4x100m were among the key highlights on the first day of the IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017, with plenty more drama on tap when competition resumes this evening.

Jura Levy, Olympic 400m bronze medallist Shericka Jackson, Sashalee Forbes and double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson dominated gun-to-tape en route to their 1:29.04 performance to knock 0.41 from the competition record set by the USA two years ago.

This time around and well after Thompson crossed the line fist raised to the sky, the USA squad could do no better than third, after Gina Lukenkemper out-dueled Shalonda Solomon down the homestretch to give Germany surprise silver.

The USA, out to defend their back-to-back Golden Baton honours, fared better in the men's 4x100m and women's 4x800m, collecting convincing victories to retain those respective titles and carry an 11-point lead into day two.

In the evening-capping men's 4x100m, showdowns between the USA, Jamaica and Canada never quite materialised: Canada missed their exchange between runners two and three while Jamaica suffered a similar fate and couldn't even manage to advance from the opening round heat. The last remaining challenge to the USA, an in-form British squad, also fell by the wayside when they botched the final exchange. That left Justin Gatlin alone at the front en route to their 38.43 win. Barbados was a distance second in 39.18 with China third.

The evening's first final was deja vu all over again at Thomas A Robinson Stadium, with the USA winning their third straight title in the women's 4x800m. Chanelle Price, Chrishuna Williams, Laura Roesler and Charlene Lipsey won by nearly four seconds over Belarus in 8:16.36 with Australia taking third.

DAY 2 EXPECTED HIGHLIGHTS

Competition kicks off at 19:35 local time (GMT+4) with the heats of the men's 4x200m before the inaugural mixed 4x400m brings down the curtain at 22:30.

In the latter, the focus will fall firmly on the hosts, with Bahamian golden girl Shaunae Miller-Uibo, the Olympic 400m champion, and Steven Gardiner, the current world leader in the event, expected to compete.

Although neither team advanced to Sunday's final, both ran impressively in Saturday's 4x400m heats, with Miller-Uibo's 50.20 split the fastest of the round.

The men's 4x400m is shaping into a showdown between the USA, Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica. Botswana looked strong as well in the heats, propelled by Karabo Sibanda whose 44.82 was the fastest split of the opening round.

It'll likely be a similar scenario on the women's side with the focus on USA, Jamaica and an inspired Polish team.

The men's 4x800m, meanwhile, will present Kenya's best chance to bounce back from a sub-par opening day, entering the race as podium favourites alongside defending champions USA and Poland. Alongside them, the Athlete Refugee Team will be making their eagerly awaited IAAF World Athletics Series debut.

Action also gets underway in the women's 4x100m, where yet another USA-Jamaica showdown is expected.

Bob Ramsak for the IAAF
« Last Edit: April 23, 2017, 03:21:59 PM by Socapro »
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T&T's Machel Cedenio collects baton from Renny Quow during 4x400 at 2014 World Relays

EVENT TIMETABLE

Day 2 Sunday April 23, 2017

LOCAL TIME    SEX    EVENT    ROUND
         

19:30 - Men's 4x200m heats

20:00 - Women's 4x100m heats

20:27 - Men's 4x400m final B

20:38 - Women's 4x400m final B

20:49 - Men's 4x800m final

21:12 - Women's 4x400m final

21:30 - Men's 4x200m final

21:47 - Women's 4x100m final B

21:56 - Men's 4x400m final

22:14 - Women's 4x100m final

22:30 - Mixed 4x400m final



Bottom Left: T&T's Shawna Fermin starts off 4x400m relay at 2014 World Relays

Live Streams for World Relays 2017:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQjs7pVgZDU
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/2akM5MYy2ef
http://www.znsbahamas.com
http://original.livestream.com/znsbahamas
https://www.youtube.com/user/IAAF2012
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Now what de hell was dat? Talk about inconsistency..

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How many times has the women f up the first exchange?

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I wonder what our Women 4x100m Relay team needs to do to qualify for the World Champs in London now?

Ato must be seriously disappointed with the team!  :(
« Last Edit: April 23, 2017, 06:25:25 PM by Socapro »
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