Jamaica Goes Down In Women 4x400m London World Championship 2017

Jamaica, the defending women’s 4x400m relay champions, pulled up on the second leg at the London World Championships.

The second leg runner, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whiby, suffered a hamstring injury.

Jamaica’s Novlene Williams-Mills, who won her first big international medal, a 4x400m bronze, at the 2004 Athens Olympics and has overcome cancer to continue her career, was left standing at the start-finish line, denied a career farewell run by her team-mate’s misfortune.

The US won the gold in 3:19.02, Britain took the in silver with a time of 3:25.00 ahead of Poland, bronze medallists in 3:25.41.

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From equal rights come in, usain bolt lose is race & a bare athlete a fell down to the ground

Seem like they mess them up.. Something not right

Unu nuh si sey a sell out gwaan

A just sell out a dat dem did plan first duh

Mek she move r little Rass n gweh…..Nothing don’t do de little bitch, a fake de gal a fake everything…A diss dem plan de do the blc country, fuck we up pan national TV….Dem deserve to go a workhouse….Can’t put it no pretty yah Dan diss…Dem fight n diss Usain… Read more »