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Trinidad and Tobago rally past Untied States for men's 400m relay world champion

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-08-14 10:08

LONDON - Trinidad and Tobago rallied past United States in the last baton to win men's 4x400m relay at IAAF World Championships here on Sunday.

Trinidad and Tobago rally past Untied States for men's 400m relay world champion 

Lalonde Gordon of Trinidad and Tobago celebrates winning the final ahead of Fred Kerley of the U.S. and Martyn Rooney of Great Britain.  [Photo/Agencies]


Lalonde Gordon, Trinidad and Tobago's last leg, came back in the straight lane to first cross the finish line with a world leading time of 2 minutes and 58.12 seconds.

United States were positioned second with 0.49 second adrift. Britain ranked third in 2:59.00.

 

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