Tianna Bartoletta – Bahamas 2014

In Tianna Bartoletta by John Bartoletta

It was a blazing second bend by Jeneba Tarmoh which set up victory for the USA in the women’s 4x100m final, and sharp baton work on all three exchanges didn’t hurt, with the US team clocking 41.88.

The victory put the US women, who set the world record of 40.82 in the 2012 Olympic final, back on top of the global rankings for the sprint relay after taking silver behind rivals Jamaica at last year’s IAAF World Championships.

Tianna Bartoletta and Alexandria Anderson set the race up, staying even with the Jamaican lead-off pair of Carrie Russell and Kerron Stewart.

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