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U.S. Women Golden at the World Relays

U.S. Women Golden at the World Relays

Yokohama, Japan

In a much anticipated matchup, the U.S. Women’s team anchored by Aleia Hobbs held off a fast-closing Jamaican anchor Jonielle Smith to win by just 0.02 in 43.27.  It’s the first victory for the U.S. since the inaugural edition in 2014.

 

A victorious 4X100m U.S. Team. (l-r): Mikiah BRISCO, Aleia HOBBS, Dezerea BRYANT & Ashley HENDERSON

Aleia Hobbs anchors Team USA to victory in the Women s 4X100m at the IAAF World Relays Yokohama 2019

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