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Olympic Events in Athletics - 4 × 400 metres Relay (Women's)

4 × 400 metres Relay (Women's)

 
First Gold Medalist
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 GDR East Germany
 

Games: 12 games in 11 countries
First Held: 1972 Summer Games
Last Held: 2016 Summer Games

Participants: 587 from 53 countries
Top Athlete Medalist(s): JAM Novlene Williams-Mills (4 medals)
Top Country Medalist(s): USA United States (11 medals)

4x400 meter Relay for Women at Olympics

4x400 meter Relay for Women at Olympics: The 4x400 meter relay event is a long relay event. In the event, four athletes of a team run one 400 meter long lap each. The 4x400 meter relay event is usually held at the end of the athletics

 
competition. In the event, the athletes carry a baton while running the laps.

4x400 meter Relay for Women in Summer Olympics: The 4x400 meter relay event was included in the women's athletics program at the 1972 Munich Summer Games. The event has been contested regularly at every Olympics after the 1972 Games.

Rules for 4x400 meter Relay for Women at Olympics: The rules for the track and field events are set by the International Association of Athletics Federations or IAAF. The rules vital for the 4x400 meter relay event at the international competitions are-

  • Every 100 meter on the running track should be properly marked.

  • The "take-over zone" is the area where the baton is passed to the next athlete. The take-over zone is 20 meter long. The receiving athlete is responsible for the passing of baton in the 4x400 meter event.

  • The passing of baton is only permitted in the take-over zone specified by the IAAF.

  • In baton used in the relay races is a smooth hollow tube made of wood. The IAAF has specified the size of baton used in the event.

  • The IAAF approved automatic timing device is generally used for measuring time during the race.

  • The number of substitutes allowed in a relay team during the 4x400 meter relay race is two.

  • Wearing of gloves or using of any substance to enhance the gripping power is not allowed in the relay races.

  • After two consecutive false starts, an athlete is disqualified from the competition.

  • In the 4x400 meter relay event, the athletes can break their lanes after a certain distance in each leg.

  • The athletes are not allowed to leave their respective lanes after handing over the baton and after receiving the baton.

  • An athlete leaving the track during the race is not permitted to enter the race again.

  • The athlete found intentionally obstructing her competitors' way during the race can be disqualified from the competition. The referee can also arrange for a re-run of the event.

  • The athlete, unable to reach the finishing line, is not given any credit for her performance.

Medal Winners in the 4x400 meter Relay for Women at Olympics: Monique Hennagan, Sanya Richards, Monique Henderson, DeeDee Trotter, LaTasha Colander, Marion Jones, Jearl Miles-Clark, Kim Graham, Maicel Malone-Wallace, Rochelle Stevens, Olga Bryzgina, Olga Nazarova, Lyudmila Dzhigalova, Yelena Ruzina, Mariya Pinigina, Tatyana Ledovskaya, Chandra Cheeseborough, Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Sherri Howard, Lillie Leatherwood, Olesya Krasnomovets, Olga Zaytseva, Olga Kotlyarova, Yuliya Gushchina, Irina Nazarova, Nina Zyuskova, Tatyana Goistchik, Tatyana Prorochenko, Christina Brehmer, Ellen Streidt, Brigitte Rohde, Monika Zehrt, Helga Seidler, Rita Kuhne and Dagmar Kasling are some of the leading athletes in the domain of the 4x400 meter relay event.

4X400 USA

Olympic history: Women’s relays

In a continuing series, Steve Smythe looks back at the women’s relay events at the Olympic Games

1928-2012

While the 4x400m would have to wait 44 more years, the 4x100m debuted in Amsterdam in 1928 along with the other first women’s events.

With the second and third from the individual race, Canada proved too strong for the Americans and they won easily in 48.4 as the first four bettered the previous mark of 49.8. That mark stayed as the record until Los Angeles in 1932 when again the first four broke the old record. It was closer this time, though, as USA edged Canada with 46.9 to their rival’s 47.0.

In Berlin in 1936, the hosts were big favourites and they improved their own world record of 46.5 to 46.4 in the heats. Watched by Adolf Hitler, they were well clear in the final at the last changeover, but their anchor, Ilse Dorlfedt, dropped the baton. USA, with 1928 100m champion Elizabeth Robinson in the team, won the gold medal with the same winning time as four years earlier.

Twelve years later, the Germans’ heat time remained the world and Olympic record and it wasn’t even remotely challenged in London in 1948. Taking the baton in fourth place, Netherlands’ Fanny Blankers-Koen burst through to win her fourth gold medal of the Games in a time of 47.5.

Germany’s 16-year-old world record finally fell at Helsinki in 1952 as Australia ran 46.1 in the first heat. However, in the final, they could only finish fifth as they messed up the final relay changeover in the race. The gold went to USA’s 45.9, with the team including the youngest ever track gold medallist, 15-year-old Barbara Jones. Germany shared the winning time.

Australia again broke the world record in the heats in Melbourne in 1956 with a time of 44.9, but this time they improved in the final to win in 44.5. The USA team, with a quartet from Tennessee State, improved the world mark to 44.4 in the 1960 Rome semi-finals but ran a sloppy final and it took a strong anchor from double sprint champion Wilma Rudolph for them to win in 44.5.

In Tokyo in 1964, Poland won what was at the time a world record 43.6 with the great Irena Kirszenstein – later Szewinska – in their team. However, they later lost the record when Ewa Klobukowska failed a sex test.

In Mexico in 1968, aided by the altitude, USA set a world record of 43.4 in the first round and that was equalled by the Dutch in the next heat. In the final, though, the USA were a different class and, anchored by double champion Wyomia Tyus, they improved the record to 42.88.

It was a closer battle for gold in Munich in 1972. East Germany beat West Germany in the heats in 42.88, but in the final the West shocked the East as long jump champion Heide Rosendahl held off double sprint champion Renate Stecher. The time was a world record 42.81.

East Germany gained their revenge in the inaugural 4x400m final as individual 400m champion Monica Zehrt anchored the team to an overwhelming two-second victory in a world record 3:23.0.

They were even more dominant in Montreal in 1976 as they improved the record to a historic 3:19.23 as they took almost four seconds off the world record.

East Germany also won the 4x100m relay in Canada in 42.55, but only just from Germany as Barbel Eckert snatched victory. Stecher was in the team and won her sixth Olympic medal.

In Moscow in 1980, East Germany’s victory was more notable as they won by half a second in a world record 41.60.

There was a major shock, though, in the 4x400m in Russia. The Soviets’ Olga Nazarova set off with a 10-metre lead but world record-holder Marita Koch could only make up eight metres and the Soviets won in 3:20.2.

The top two were absent from Los Angeles in 1984 due to the boycott, but it didn’t affect the times as the USA won in an Olympic record 3:18.29 with Valerie Brisco- Hooks winning her third gold medal of the Games after her unique 200m and 400m double.

Less than an hour earlier they had also dominated the 4x100m, winning by more than a second in 41.65, which was just outside the world record. Chandra Cheeseborough was on both teams and became the first to win gold medals in both of the relay events.

Eastern Europe returned for 1988 – see “most memorable Olympics” below. The 1992 sprint relay in Barcelona was also exciting as USA’s Gwen Torrence edged past Irina Privalova of the Unified Team (the former Soviet Union states) on the final leg to win in 42.11 from her rival’s 42.16. Evelyn Ashford won her fourth gold medal – her third relay title.

Torrence contributed a strong relay leg to give the USA the lead in the 4x400m, but the Unified Team caught them and went clear in the last 60 metres. The time of 3:20.20 was five seconds down on their world record despite their stars from 1988, Nazarova and Bryzgina, returning. Three of their six-woman squad failed drug tests the following year.

In Atlanta in 1996, USA won the 4x100m for the fourth successive time in 41.96 with Bahamas pushing them close. They also won the 4x400m with Nigeria hot on their heels.

USA seemingly retained the long relay title in Sydney but the fastest leg of the race was by the now disgraced Marion Jones. They were later disqualified but an appeal by her team-mates to the Court of Arbitration for Sport saw them reinstated (minus Jones) and they are currently still shown as winners.

The Bahamas, with three 100m finalists, upset the US and Jones in the 4x100m relay, winning in 41.96.

It was Jamaica who won the silver. They controversially included 40-year-old Merlene Ottey in their team, after she had been suspended for doping the previous year. Ottey ran a strong leg and won a women’s record eighth Olympic medal (three silver medals and five bronze). That was in addition to a number of near misses – she was one hundredth of a second from a medal in the 100m in Spain and Jamaica had failed to start the 1988 final and failed to finish in 1992 when almost certain medallists.

Like the 4x400m, a US team appeal to CAS means the 4x100m team have seemingly kept their bronze medal.

USA were perhaps also fortunate to keep their 4x400m title from Athens in 2004 as Crystal Cox, who ran in the heats, was later disqualified for a doping violation and had all her results back to December 2001 removed and her own medal withdrawn.

The Americans, aided by Sanya Richards’ 49.81, ran the first sub-3:20 since 1993.

They were less lucky in the 4x100m as, after setting the fastest heat time in history of 41.67, in the final Jones failed to get the baton to Lauryn Williams in time and they were disqualified. Jamaica won in 41.73.

The Americans didn’t even survive the heats in Beijing in 2008, but then neither did other medal hopes Trinidad, Ukraine and France, while in the final, Jamaica, Poland and Britain also came to grief! Russia won the depleted final in a modest 42.31. The USA nevertheless won the 4x400m relay with the now Richards-Ross running a crucial final leg as they won in a fast 3:18.54.

They were even quicker in 2012 as they won easily in one of the fastest times in history of 3:16.87 with 400m champion Richard-Ross winning her third relay gold.

With Jamaica and Russia following it was the same medal order for the third successive Games and the fourth successive time the three nations won medals.

The 200m champion, Allyson Felix, was in both relay teams in London and also ran a superb leg in the 4x100m where the USA smashed the world record with a superb 40.82. They finished well clear of Jamaica’s 41.41, which, despite the distance back, was then the third fastest ever time behind USA’s and East Germany’s world records.

Most memorable Olympics: Seoul 1988

The USA retained their 4x100m title in Korea, but only just. In qualifying, they were lucky to not be disqualified after a last-changeover mix-up between Florence Griffith-Joyner and Evelyn Ashford and in the final they were over-cautious and lost metres at the changeover.

Ashford set off in third behind Russia, for whom Natalya Pomoschnikova suffered a hamstring pull, and Ashford’s great rival Marlies Gohr of East Germany. Ashford ran superbly and caught Gohr in the last 20 metres to win in 41.98. The Russian limped through to take bronze. Griffith-Joyner won her third title of the Games.

‘Flo-Jo’ returned 40 minutes later to run her first international 4x400m leg. It was one of the fastest ever splits and their US record time of 3:15.51 has not been beaten since, but she couldn’t win her fourth gold medal. Denean Howard (49.81) gave the USA a lead over Soviet 400m hurdles silver medallist Tatyana Ledovskaya (50.12). There was a shock second leg though as 400m bronze medallist Olga Nazarova stormed to a 47.82 clocking to open up a big lead over Diane Dixon’s 49.17.

On the third leg, 1984 400m champion Valerie Brisco’s 48.44 took a second out of Maria Pinighina’s 49.43 to bring USA back into contention and set Griffith-Joyner off less than a metre behind individual 400m champion Olga Bryzgina.

The American stayed a stride behind for the first 300 metres but, despite a 48.08 leg, couldn’t close on the Soviet, who pulled away slightly in the straight with a 47.80 leg as Russia won in a world record 3:15.17.

 

4 × 400 metres Relay (Women's) History Year by Year (by IAAF) 1896-2012

 
 4x400 11  4x400 22
  
Munich, 10 Sep 1972
(Competitors: 56; Countries: 14; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

  • Held on 10 September 1972
RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Gold medal icon.svg  East Germany (GDR) • Dagmar Käsling
• Rita Kühne
• Helga Seidler
• Monika Zehrt
3:22.95
(WR)
Silver medal icon.svg  United States (USA) • Mable Fergerson
• Madeline Manning
• Cheryl Toussaint
• Kathy Hammond
3:25.15
Bronze medal icon.svg  West Germany (FRG) • Anette Rückes
• Inge Bödding
• Hildegard Falck
• Rita Wilden
3:26.51
4.  France (FRA) • Martine Duvivier
• Colette Besson
• Bernadette Martin
• Nicole Duclos
3:27.5
5.  Great Britain (GBR) • Verona Bernard
• Janet Simpson
• Jannette Roscoe
• Rosemary Stirling
3:28.7
6.  Australia (AUS) • Alison Ross-Edwards
• Raelene Boyle
• Cheryl Peasley
• Charlene Rendina
3:28.8
7.  Finland (FIN) • Marika Eklund
• Pirjo Wilmi
• Tuula Rautanen
• Mona-Lisa Strandvall
3:29.4
8.  Soviet Union (URS) • Lubov Runtso
• Olga Syrovatskaia
• Natalya Chistiakova
• Nadezhda Kolesnikova
3:31.9
The GDR broke their world record of 3:28.8 in the heats with 3:28.5. The USA team led after Fergerson’s 51.8 opener, but the race was settled with the next two legs. Kühne opened up a lead of more than 10m, with 50.0, and Seidler increased the margin to 20m, with 50.5. The USA were 8m clear of FRG, with France and Britain locked in a battle for fourth place. Zehrt led the GDR team home with a 50.3 leg, as they broke the world record by more than five seconds. The next three teams also broke the old record, with Hammond running the fastest anchor leg of 50.2. Other than the Soviets, all teams set national records.
Montreal, 31 Jul 1976
(Competitors: 44; Countries: 11; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

  • Held on 31 July 1976
RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Gold medal icon.svg  East Germany (GDR) • Doris Maletzki
• Brigitte Rohde
• Ellen Streidt
• Christina Brehmer
3:19.23
(WR)
Silver medal icon.svg  United States (USA) • Debra Sapenter
• Sheila Ingram
• Pamela Jiles
• Rosalyn Bryant
3:22.81
Bronze medal icon.svg  Soviet Union (URS) • Inta Kļimoviča
• Lyudmila Aksyonova
• Natalya Sokolova
• Nadezhda Ilyina
3:24.24
4.  Australia (AUS) • Judy Canty
• Verna Burnard
• Charlene Rendina
• Bethanie Nail
3:25.56
5.  West Germany (FRG) • Claudia Steger
• Dagmar Fuhrmann
• Elke Barth
• Rita Wilden
3:25.71
6.  Finland (FIN) • Marika Lindholm
• Pirjo Haggman
• Mona-Lisa Pursiainen
• Riitta Salin
3:25.87
7.  Great Britain (GBR) • Elizabeth Barnes
• Gladys Taylor
• Verona Elder
• Donna Murray
3:28.01
8.  Canada (CAN) • Margaret Stride
• Joyce Yakubowich
• Rachelle Campbell
• Yvonne Saunders
3:28.91
Despite losing Marita Koch to injury in the individual event, the GDR was expected to win the 4x400m easily. After a 3:23.38 heat, the second fastest time ever, the favourites took an 8m lead on the first leg of the final, with Maletzki running 50.5. Rohde increased the lead to nearly 15m with 49.5, well ahead of Ingram’s fine 50.0 leg. Like clockwork Streidt also ran 49.5 to extend the lead to more than 25m, with the USA 3m clear of the USSR. Brehmer anchored the GDR team in 49.71 to give the team the first sub-3:20 time, the foursome averaging 49.81. Bryant ran the only non-GDR sub-50 split of the race to anchor the US team to silver.
Moscow, 1 Aug 1980
(Competitors: 47; Countries: 11; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

  • Held on Friday August 1, 1980

 

RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Gold medal with cup.svg  Soviet Union (URS) • Tatyana Prorochenko
• Tatyana Goyshchik
• Nina Ziuskova
• Irina Nazarova
3:20.12
Silver medal with cup.svg  East Germany (GDR) • Barbara Krug
• Gabriele Löwe
• Christina Lathan
• Marita Koch
3:20.35
Bronze medal with cup.svg  Great Britain (GBR) • Linsey MacDonald
• Michelle Probert
• Joslyn Hoyte-Smith
• Donna Hartley
3:27.5
4.  Romania (ROM) • Iboia Korodi
• Niculina Lazarciuc
• Maria Samungi
• Elena Tarfta
3:27.74
5.  Hungary (HUN) • Iren Orosz
• Judit Forgecs
• Eva Toth
• Ilona Pal
3:27.9
6.  Poland (POL) • Grazyna Oliszewska
• Elzbieta Katolik
• Jolanta Januchta
• Malgorzata Dunecka
3:27.9
7.  Belgium (BEL) • Lea Alaerts
• Regine Berg
• Anne Michel
• Rosine Wallez
3:31.6
 Bulgaria (BUL) • Svobodka Damianova
• Rositsa Stamenova
• Milena Andonova
• Bonka Dimova
DNF
The USSR team were clearly ready to give the GDR team a good run for its money, and converted 200m runner Prorochenko gave the Soviets a superb start with an opening leg of 50.2, 3m ahead of Löwe. Both teams had their weakest runners on the second leg, and Krug won the duel against Goyshchik 50.5 to 51.5, giving the GDR team a fivemetre advantage. Zyuskova battled with 400m bronze medallist Lathan and the race was decided by a bizarre incident. With 50m remaining on the third leg, Lathan appeared to trip on the trackside kerb, almost falling, before recovering to hand over to Koch some 7m down. Koch ran the fastest leg ever (48.27) in chasing the USSR team, but Nazarova was rock steady, holding off the world record holder by 2m. Somewhat controversially, Minyeyeva and Chernova ran in the heats only while Zyuskova and Nazarova were “rested.” Under rules introduced in 1976, they became the first athletes to be awarded additional medals (and diplomas) in such circumstances.
Los Angeles, 11 Aug 1984
(Competitors: 47; Countries: 10; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

  • Held on August 11, 1984

 

RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Gold medal with cup.svg  United States (USA) • Lillie Leatherwood
• Sherri Howard
• Valerie Brisco-Hooks
• Chandra Cheeseborough
3:18.29
Silver medal with cup.svg  Canada (CAN) • Charmaine Crooks
• Jillian Richardson
• Molly Killingbeck
• Marita Payne
3:21.21
Bronze medal with cup.svg  West Germany (FRG) • Heike Schulte-Mattler
• Ute Thimm
• Heide-Elke Gaugel
• Gaby Bußmann
3:22.98
4.  Great Britain (GBR) • Michelle Scutt
• Helen Bamett
• Gladys Taylor
• Joslyn Hoyte-Smith
3:25.51
5.  Jamaica (JAM) • llrey Oliver
• Cynthia Green
• Cathy Rattray
• Grace Jackson
3:27.51
6.  Italy (ITA) • Patrizia Lombardo
• Cosetta Campana
• Marisa Masullo
• Erica Rossi
3:30.82
7.  India (IND) • M. D. Valsamma
• Vandana Rao
• Shiny Abraham
• P. T. Usha
3:32.49
 Puerto Rico (PUR) • Evelyn Mathieu
• Madeline De Jesus
• Angelita Lind
• Marie Lande Mathieu
DNS
With a time of 3:22.82, the USA were almost four seconds faster than any other team in the heats. However, they trailed Canada in the final after the first leg as Crooks ran 50.30 to take a 2m advantage into the second leg. Sherri Howard, who had run a good 49.93 in the heats, did much better in the final taking the lead at 600m and zipping away from Killingbeck, despite the latter’s good 50.22, to clock 48.83. Brisco- Hooks extended the lead by more than 10m with her 49.23, and Cheeseborough ran 49.73 to help the US break the GDR’s Olympic record, clocking the second-fastest time ever.
Seoul, 1 Oct 1988
(Competitors: 61; Countries: 13; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

  • Held on Saturday 1988-10-01
RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Med 1.png  Soviet Union (URS) • Tatyana Ledovskaya
• Olga Nazarova
• Mariya Pinigina
• Olga Bryzgina
3:15.17
WR
Med 2.png  United States (USA) • Denean Howard
• Diane Dixon
• Valerie Brisco-Hooks
• Florence Griffith-Joyner
3:15.51
Med 3.png  East Germany (GDR) • Dagmar Neubauer
• Kirsten Emmelmann
• Sabine Busch
• Petra Müller
3:18.29
4.  West Germany (FRG) • Ute Thimm
• Helga Arendt
• Andrea Thomas
• Gudrun Abt
3:22.49
5.  Jamaica (JAM) • Sandie Richards
• Andrea Thomas
• Cathy Rattray-Williams
• Sharon Powell
3:23.13
6.  Great Britain (GBR) • Linda Keough
• Jennifer Stoute
• Angela Piggford
• Sally Gunnell
3:26.89
7.  France (FRA) • Fabienne Ficher
• Nathalie Simon
• Nadine Debois
• Evelyn Elien
3:29.37
 Canada (CAN) • Charmaine Crooks
• Molly Killingbeck
• Marita Payne-Wiggins
• Jillian Richardson
DNF
In the heats, all the teams were holding back their top runners for the final and there were no split times of under 50 seconds in the preliminary round. Denean Howard started for the USA with a 49.82 opener to lead the USSR by 0.3 seconds, the GDR losing touch with Neubauer’s 50.58. Nazarova broke away from Dixon after 200m of the second leg, and went away to lead by 10m, having run a sparkling 47.82 leg. Brisco then ran a storming 48.44 making up all but half a metre of the deficit. Griffith Joyner ran the anchor for the USA attempting to win her fourth gold medal, but she was up against the 400m gold medallist, and Bryzgina never let her take the lead, eventually gaining over 2m in the finishing straight to set a new world record, with the USA also breaking the old record.
Barcelona, 8 Aug 1992
(Competitors: 62; Countries: 14; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

RANK NATION ATHLETES TIME
Med 1.png  Unified Team (EUN) • Yelena Ruzina
• Lyudmila Dzhigalova
• Olga Nazarova
• Olga Bryzgina
3:20.20
Med 2.png  United States (USA) • Natasha Kaiser
• Gwen Torrence
• Jearl Miles
• Rochelle Stevens
3:20.92
Med 3.png  Great Britain (GBR) • Phylis Smith
• Sandra Douglas
• Jennifer Stoute
• Sally Gunnell
3:24.23
4.  Canada (CAN) • Rosey Edeh
• Charmaine Crooks
• Camille-Anise Noel
• Jill Richardson-Briscoe
3:25.20
5.  Jamaica (JAM) • Catherine Scott
• Cathy Ann Rattray
• Juliet Campbell
• Sandie Richards
3:25.68
6.  Germany (GER) • Uta Rohländer
• Heike Meissner
• Linda Kisabaka
• Anja Rücker
3:26.37
7.  Australia (AUS) • Cathy Freeman
• Susan Andrews
• Renee Poetschka
• Michelle Lock
3:26.42
8.  Portugal (POR) • Marta Moreira
• Lucrécia Jardim
• Elsa Amaral
• Eduarda Coelho
3:36.85
The USA were the fastest team in the heats with 3:22.29, featuring a 49.6 leg from Miles, while the Unified team ran 3:22.91. The former Soviets were considered slight favourites with Nazarova and Bryzgina saved for the final. Britain, led off by their fastest runner, Smith, were the leaders at the first exchange, just ahead of Kaiser and Ruzina, but Torrence took the lead for the USA after 200m of the second leg, coming home with an advantage of 4m, with Canada now third a further 7m behind. Miles ran 0.1 faster in the final than in the heats, but the experienced Nazarova closed in on the American to hand over inches behind. The battle for third had reverted to Britain, now some 10m ahead of Canada, but 25m behind the top two teams. Stevens held off Bryzgina for 300m, but the Ukrainian star went past the American with 60m to go, to win her third Olympic gold medal by some 5m.
Atlanta, 3 Aug 1996
(Competitors: 61; Countries: 14; Finalists: 32/8)

Final classification

RANK NATION ATHLETES FINAL LANE
Med 1.png  United States (USA) • Rochelle Stevens
• Maicel Malone
• Kim Graham
• Jearl Miles
3:20.91 3
Med 2.png  Nigeria (NGR) • Bisi Afolabi
• Fatima Yusuf
• Charity Opara
• Falilat Ogunkoya
3:21.04 6
Med 3.png  Germany (GER) • Uta Rohländer
• Linda Kisabaka
• Anja Rücker
• Grit Breuer
3:21.14 3
4.  Jamaica (JAM) • Merlene Frazer
• Sandie Richards
• Juliet Campbell
• Deon Hemmings
3:21.69 8
5.  Russia (RUS) • Tatyana Chebykina
• Svetlana Goncharenko
• Yekaterina Kulikova
• Olga Kotlyarova
3:22.22 2
6.  Cuba (CUB) • Idalmis Bonne
• Julia Duporty
• Surella Morales
• Ana Fidelia Quirot
3:25.85 4
7.  Czech Republic (CZE) • Naděžda Koštovalová
• Ludmila Formanová
• Helena Fuchsová
• Hana Benešová
3:26.99 7
8.  France (FRA) • Francine Landre
• Viviane Dorsile
• Evelyne Elien
• Elsa de Vassoigne
3:28.46 1
With the Soviet teams finally broken up, the USA was favoured to win. It was fastest in the heats with 3:22.71, (thanks to sub-50 legs by Graham and Malone). Nigeria led after the first leg in the final, with individual semi-finalist Afolabi 3m up with 51.13. The tall (1.80/64Kg) Yusuf burned off Goncharenko and Malone with her 49.73, giving Nigeria a lead of 8m at halfway. Graham then gave the USA a winning chance, making up 15m on Opara to put her team 6m ahead at the final exchange. Miles needed all her experience to hold off Ogunkoya who closed to within a metre before tiring too much to dent the lead further. Fastest of all on the anchor leg was Breuer, who gained 5m on the leading two in the last 30m.
Sydney, 30 Sep 2000
(Competitors: 93; Countries: 21; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

The United States originally won gold, but on 10 April 2008, following Marion Jones's admission that she had used performance enhancing drugs in preparation for the Olympics, the entire team was stripped of their gold medals. On 16 July 2010, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled in favor of the non-disqualified American women, who had appealed the International Olympic Committee's decision to disqualify them from the Sydney Games. The court said that rules in place in 2000 did not allow entire teams to be disqualified because of doping by one athlete. 

Final
Date: Saturday 30 September 2000
Place Nation Athletes Lane Time Record
1st, gold medalist(s) United States Jearl Miles Clark, Monique Hennagan,
Marion Jones, LaTasha Colander
5 3:22.62  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jamaica Sandie Richards, Catherine Scott,
Deon Hemmings, Lorraine Graham
7 3:23.25 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Russia Yuliya Sotnikova, Svetlana Goncharenko,
Olga Kotlyarova, Irina Privalova
1 3:23.46 SB
4 Nigeria Olabisi Afolabi, Charity Opara,
Rosemary Okafor, Falilat Ogunkoya
3 3:23.80  
5 Australia Nova Peris-Kneebone, Tamsyn Lewis,
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, Cathy Freeman
4 3:23.81 AR
6 Great Britain Natasha Danvers, Donna Fraser,
Allison Curbishley, Katharine Merry
6 3:25.67  
7 Czech Republic Jitka Burianová, Hana Benešová,
Lenka Ficková, Helena Dziurova-Fuchsová
2 3:29.17  
8 Cuba Zulia Calatayud, Julia Duporty,
Idalmis Bonne, Daimí Pernía
8 3:29.47  
The first round saw Belarus run as fast as 3:26.31 but fail to make the final. The fastest splits run in the heats were 49.54 by Afolabi and 50.0 by Goncharenko. The USA battled Jamaica on the first leg of the final, with Miles-Clark holding a slight advantage over fellow veteran Richards (50.86 to 51.14). Hennagan took over the lead from Jamaica’s Scott-Pomales after 100m of the second leg, but the two were level at the changeover. Behind them Russia lost the race when Goncharenko ran 1.2 seconds slower in the final than she had the day before, while Nigeria were third, some 4m behind the leaders. Marion Jones’s positioning as the third runner broke the race open, and her 49.46 split gave the USA a 15m lead at the final changeover. Behind her, Russia had climbed three places to third, thanks to Kotlyarova’s 50.21, with Jamaica a metre ahead. On the anchor leg Colander-Richardson lost 10m to Graham and Privalova, but still held 5m of the lead at the finish, with Graham finishing 2m clear of Privalova to win the silver medal. Behind them Freeman (49.35, the fastest of the race), Ogunkoya (49.61) and Merry (49.76) all produced sub-50 legs. The entire US squad were intitially stripped of their gold medals by the IOC thanks to the doping transgressions of Jones, which came to light in 2007 as detailed on page 208. However her team-mates (in both Sydney relays) appealed this decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in 2008 and after two years their appeal was upheld, as detailed in the report of the Sydney 4x100m on page 270. So Jearl Miles Clark remains the only woman athlete with Olympic golds from 1996 and 2000
Athens, 28 Aug 2004
(Competitors: 71, Countries: 16; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

Rank Lane Nation Competitors Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 5 United States DeeDee Trotter, Monique Henderson, Sanya Richards, Monique Hennagan 3:19.01 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Russia Olesya Krasnomovets, Natalya Nazarova, Olesya Zykina, Natalya Antyukh 3:20.16 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Jamaica Novlene Williams, Michelle Burgher, Nadia Davy, Sandie Richards 3:22.00 SB
4 7 Great Britain Donna Fraser, Catherine Murphy, Christine Ohuruogu, Lee McConnell 3:25.12 SB
5 8 Poland Zuzanna Radecka, Monika Bejnar, Małgorzata Pskit, Grażyna Prokopek 3:25.22  
6 1 Romania Angela Moroşanu, Alina Rapanu, Maria Rus, Ionela Tirlea-Manolache 3:26.81 SB
7 2 India Sathi Geetha, K. M. Beenamol, Chitra K. Soman, Rajwinder Kaur 3:28.51  
8 4 Greece Hariklia Bouda, Hrisoula Goudenoudi, Dimitra Dova, Faní Halkiá 3:45.70  
Russia was the fastest qualifier (3:23.52), with the USA winning the other heat in a comparable time (3:23.79). The fastest legs in the heats were by Henderson (49.64) to stake a claim for a run in the final, and the surprising Manjeet Kaur (49.85) who anchored India. Trotter overpowered the opposition on the first leg in the final, taking a seven metre lead with her 49.8, which from the blocks made her run the best of the race. Henderson kept up the pressure, extending the advantage to 10m over Russia, with Jamaica 5m behind and 15m clear of Poland. Richards also gained over her Russian counterpart (Zykina) and Hennagan took over with 12m to spare, which Antyukh dented only by 2m with her 49.43, the fastest split of the race. Jamaica were an isolated third. The Americans had shown remarkable consistency with only a tenth or so between the fastest and slowest legs. In March 2010, Crystal Cox – who ran in the heats for the winning team – was disqualified by the IAAF for doping violations dating back to November 2001. The IOC quickly opened a disciplinary procedure, but (as at May 31, 2012) have yet to confirm any adjustment to the result.
Beijing, 23 Aug 2008
(Competitors: 69, Countries: 16, Finalists: 32/8)

Final

Rank Lane Nation Competitors Results Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 United States Mary Wineberg, Allyson Felix, Monique Henderson, Sanya Richards 3:18.54 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Vacant
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 7 Jamaica Novelene Williams, Shereefa Lloyd, Rosemarie Whyte, Shericka Williams 3:20.40 SB
4 8 Belarus Anna Kozak, Iryna Khliustava, Ilona Usovich, Sviatlana Usovich 3:21.85 NR
5 9 Great Britain Christine Ohuruogu, Kelly Sotherton, Marilyn Okoro, Nicola Sanders 3:22.68 SB
6 6 Cuba Roxana Díaz, Zulia Calatayud, Susana Clement, Indira Terrero 3:23.21 NR
7 2 Nigeria Joy Amechi Eze, Folashade Abugan, Oluoma Nwoke, Ajoke Odumosu 3:23.74 SB
8 3 Germany Jonna Valesca Tilgner, Sorina Nwachukwu, Florence Ekpo-Umoh, Claudia Hoffmann 3:28.45  
DSQ (2nd) 5 Russia Yulia Gushchina, Lyudmila Litvinova, Tatyana Firova, Anastasiya Kapachinskaya DSQ (3:18.82) Doping
With three finalists in the individual event, Russia were slight favourites over the USA, and they duly won the first heat in 3:23.71. That time was bettered by three teams in the second heat as the USA (3:22.45) edged Jamaica (3:22.60) and Belarus (3:22.78). Russia led on the first leg by 2m, with individual winner Ohuruogu surprisingly 6m back. Felix changed the tenor of the race on the second leg with her effort, estimated at 48.6. She flowed past Lloyd with 150m to go to give the USA a 3m lead over Russia, with Jamaica a further 3m back. The rest of the field was led by Britain after Heptathlete Sotherton’s strong 50.4 leg. Firova surged ahead of Monique Henderson with 80m to go on the third leg to give Russia a 5m lead at the final changeover. Richards, desperate to make up for her failure in the individual final, held back until the finishing straight and surged ahead of Kapachinskaya with 40m metres to go to win her second consecutive relay gold (as did Henderson).
London, 10 Aug 2012
(Competitors: 71, Countries: 16; Finalists: 8)

Final

Rank Lane Nation Competitors Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 7 United States DeeDee Trotter, Allyson Felix, Francena McCorory, Sanya Richards-Ross 3:16.87 WL, SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Russia Yulia Gushchina, Antonina Krivoshapka, Tatyana Firova, Natalya Antyukh 3:20.23 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6 Jamaica Christine Day, Rosemarie Whyte, Shericka Williams, Novlene Williams-Mills 3:20.95 SB
4 4 Ukraine Alina Lohvynenko, Olha Zemlyak, Hanna Yaroshchuk, Nataliya Pyhyda 3:23.57 SB
5 9 Great Britain Shana Cox, Lee McConnell, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Christine Ohuruogu 3:24.76 SB
6 8 France Phara Anacharsis, Muriel Hurtis, Marie Gayot, Floria Guei 3:25.92  
7 2 Czech Republic Denisa Rosolova, Zuzana Bergrová, Jitka Bartoničková, Zuzana Hejnova 3:27.77  
N/A 3 Nigeria Omolara Omotosho, Muizat Ajoke Odumosu, Regina George, Bukola Abogunloko DQ R 163.3a
With three individual finalists from the 400m plus 200m champion Felix, the United States were firm favourites. Individual bronze medallist Trotter led off for the USA, and gave her team the lead as she had done in 2004, this time with 50.2. History was repeated on leg two when Felix broke clear as in 2008, cruising through her lap in 48.2. McCorory went further ahead with her solo 49.39, and Richards-Ross anchored in 49.10. Their total was the fifth-fastest ever and gave Richards-Ross a unique third consecutive gold medal in the event. Russia easily held off Jamaica to win the silver medals. Both Felix and Richards-Ross won their fourth Olympic golds to emulate Fanny Blankers-Koen, Betty Cuthbert, Evelyn Ashford and Bärbel Wöckel.
Rio de Janeiro, 20 Aug 2016
(Competitors: 70, Countries: 16; Finalists: 32/8)

Final

Rank Lane Nation Competitors Time Notes
1st place, gold medalist(s) 6  United States Courtney Okolo, Natasha Hastings, Phyllis Francis, Allyson Felix 3:19.06 SB
2nd place, silver medalist(s) 5  Jamaica Stephenie Ann McPherson, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, Shericka Jackson, Novlene Williams-Mills 3:20.34 SB
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) 3  Great Britain Eilidh Doyle, Anyika Onuora, Emily Diamond, Christine Ohuruogu 3:25.88  
4 7  Canada Carline Muir, Alicia Brown, Noelle Montcalm, Sage Watson 3:26.43  
5 4  Ukraine Alina Lohvynenko, Olha Bibik, Tetyana Melnyk, Olha Zemlyak 3:26.64  
6 1  Italy Maria Benedicta Chigbolu, Maria Enrica Spacca, Ayomide Folorunso, Libania Grenot 3:27.05  
7 8  Poland Małgorzata Hołub, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz, Iga Baumgart, Justyna Święty 3:27.28  
8 2  Australia Jessica Thornton, Anneliese Rubie, Caitlin Sargent, Morgan Mitchell 3:27.45  

 

 

4 × 400 metres Relay (Women's) Progression of Olympic Record

  
4 x 400 metres relay
3.29.3 3.29.32 s1     Rückes, Bödding, Falck, Jahn-Wilden   FRG Munich 1972
3.28.5 3.28.48 s2   WR Käsling, Kühne, Seidler, Zehrt   GDR Munich 1972
3.23.0 3.22.95 1   WR Käsling, Kühne, Seidler, Zehrt   GDR Munich 1972
3.19.2 3.19.23 1   WR Maletzki, Rohde, Strophal-Streidt, Brehmer   GDR Montréal 1976
  3.18.29 1     Leatherwood, Howard, Brisco-Hooks, Cheeseborough   USA Los Angeles 1984
  3.15.18 1   WR Ledovskaya, Nazarova, Pinigina, Bryzgina   URS Seoul 1988

4 × 400 metres Relay (Women's) 200 All time Best Perfomances

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      4 x 400 m                  
1 3.15.17   Tatyana Ledovskaya BLR, Olga V. Nazarova RUS, Mariya Pinigina UKR, Olga Bryzgina UKR     Soviet Union URS 1 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
2 3.15.51   Denean Howard-Hill, Diane Dixon, Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Florence Griffith-Joyner     United States USA 2 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
3 3.16.87   Deedee Trotter, Allyson Felix, Francena McCorory, Sanya Richards-Ross     United States USA 1 Final London 11 August 2012
4 3.18.29   Lillie Leatherwood, Sherri Howard, Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Chandra Cheeseborough     United States USA 1 Final Los Angeles 11 August 1984
5 3.18.29   Dagmar Neubauer GER, Kirsten Emmelmann GER, Sabine Busch GER, Petra Schersing GER     East Germany GDR 3 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
6 3.18.54   Mary Wineberg 51.00, Allyson Felix 48.55, Monique Henderson 50.06, Sanya Richards-Ross 48.93     United States USA 1 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
7 3.18.82   Yuliya Gushchina 50.62, Lyudmila Litvinova 49.18, Tatyana Firova 49.20, Anastasiya Kapachinskaya 49.82     Russia RUS 2 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
8 3.19.01   Deedee Trotter, Monique Henderson, Sanya Richards-Ross, Monique Hennagan     United States USA 1 Final Athens 28 August 2004
9 3.19.06   Courtney Okolo, Natasha Hastings, Phyllis Francis, Allyson Felix       USA 1 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
10 3.19.23   Doris Maletzki GER, Brigitte Köhn GER, Ellen Streidt GER, Christina Lathan GER     East Germany GDR 1 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
11 3.20.12   Tatiana Prorochenko, Tatiana Goishchik, Nina Ziuskova, Irina Nazarova     Soviet Union URS 1 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
12 3.20.16   Olesya Krasnomovets, Natalya Nazarova, Olesya Zykina, Natalya Antyukh     Russia RUS 2 Final Athens 28 August 2004
13 3.20.20   Yelena Ruzina RUS, Lyudmila Dzhigalova UKR, Olga V. Nazarova RUS, Olga Bryzgina UKR     Ethiopia EUN 1 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
14 3.20.23   Yuliya Gushchina, Antonina Krivoshapka, Tatyana Firova, Natalya Antyukh     Russia RUS 2 Final London 11 August 2012
15 3.20.34   Stephenie Ann McPherson, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, Shericka Jackson, Novlene Williams-Mills       JAM 2 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
16 3.20.35   Gabriele Lowe, Barbara Krug, Christina Lathan, Marita Koch     East Germany GDR 2 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
17 3.20.40   Shericka Williams 50.88, Shereefa Lloyd 49.32, Rosemarie Whyte-Robinson 50.34, Novlene Williams-Mills 49.86     Jamaica JAM 3 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
18 3.20.91   Rochelle Stevens, Maicel Malone-Wallace, Kim Graham, Jearl Miles-Clark     United States USA 1 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
19 3.20.92   Natasha Kaiser-Brown, Gwen Torrence, Jearl Miles-Clark, Rochelle Stevens     United States USA 2 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
20 3.20.95   Christine Day, Rosemarie Whyte-Robinson, Shericka Williams, Novlene Williams-Mills     Jamaica JAM 3 Final London 11 August 2012
21 3.21.04   Bisi Afolabi, Fatima Yusuf-Olukoju, Charity Opara, Falilat Ogunkoya     Nigeria NGR 2 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
22 3.21.14   Uta Rohländer-Fromm, Linda Kisabaka, Anja Rücker, Grit Breuer     Germany GER 3 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
23 3.21.21   Charmaine Crooks, Jillian Richardson Briscoe, Molly Killingbeck, Marita Payne     Canada CAN 2 Final Los Angeles 11 August 1984
24 3.21.42   Courtney Okolo, Taylor Ellis-Watson, Francena McCorory, Phyllis Francis       USA 1 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
25 3.21.69   Merlene Frazer, Sandie Richards, Juliet Campbell, Deon Hemmings     Jamaica JAM 4 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
26 3.21.85   Anna Kozak 51.98, Iryna Khliustava 50.33, Ilona Usovich 49.85, Sviatlana Usovich 49.69     Belarus BLR 4 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
27 3.22.00   Novlene Williams-Mills, Michelle Burgher, Nadia Davy, Sandie Richards     Jamaica JAM 3 Final Athens 28 August 2004
28 3.22.09   Keshia Baker-Kirtz, Francena McCorory, Diamond Dixon, Deedee Trotter     United States USA 1 Heat 2 London 10 August 2012
29 3.22.22   Tatyana Chebykina, Svetlana Goncharenko, Yekaterina Kulikova, Olga Kotlyarova     Russia RUS 5 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
30 3.22.29   Denean Howard-Hill, Jearl Miles-Clark, Dannette Young, Natasha Kaiser-Brown     United States USA 1 Heat 1 Barcelona 7 August 1992
31 3.22.38   Christine Day, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, Chris-Ann Gordon, Novlene Williams-Mills       JAM 1 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
32 3.22.45   Mary Wineberg, Monique Henderson, Natasha Hastings, Sanya Richards-Ross     United States USA 1 Heat 2 Beijing 22 August 2008
33 3.22.49   Ute Thimm GER, Helga Arendt GER, Andrea Thomas JAM, Gudrun Abt GER     West Germany FRG 4 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
34 3.22.60   Novlene Williams-Mills, Shereefa Lloyd, Bobby-Gaye Wilkins-Gooden, Shericka Williams     Jamaica JAM 2 Heat 2 Beijing 22 August 2008
35 3.22.62   Jearl Miles-Clark, Monique Hennagan, LaTasha Colander     United States USA 1 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
36 3.22.68   Christine Ohuruogu 51.27, Kelly Sotherton 50.35, Marilyn Okoro 51.52, Nicola Sanders 49.54     Great Britain GBR 5 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
37 3.22.71   Rochelle Stevens, Linetta Wilson, Kim Graham, Maicel Malone-Wallace     United States USA 1 Heat 1 Atlanta 2 August 1996
38 3.22.78   Yulianna Yushchanka, Iryna Khliustava, Ilona Usovich, Sviatlana Usovich     Belarus BLR 3 Heat 2 Beijing 22 August 2008
39 3.22.81   Debra Sapenter, Sheila Ingram, Pam Jiles, Rosalyn Bryant     United States USA 2 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
40 3.22.82   Lillie Leatherwood, Sherri Howard, Diane Dixon, Denean Howard-Hill     United States USA 1 Heat 1 Los Angeles 10 August 1984
41 3.22.91   Marina Shmonina RUS, Lyudmila Dzhigalova UKR, Yelena Ruzina RUS, Liliya Nurutdinova RUS     Ethiopia EUN 1 Heat 2 Barcelona 7 August 1992
42 3.22.95   Dagmar Käsling GER, Rita Kühne GER, Helga Seidler GER, Monika Zehrt GER     East Germany GDR 1 Final Munich 10 September 1972
43 3.22.98   Heike Schulte-Mattler GER, Heide-Elke Gaugel GER, Gaby Bussmann GER     West Germany FRG 3 Final Los Angeles 11 August 1984
44 3.22.99   Doris Jacob, Bisi Afolabi, Rosemary Okafor, Charity Opara     Nigeria NGR 1 Heat 3 Sydney 29 September 2000
45 3.23.11   Yuliya Gushchina, Tatyana Firova, Natalya Nazarova, Anastasiya Kapachinskaya     Russia RUS 2 Heat 2 London 10 August 2012
46 3.23.13   Sandie Richards, Andrea Thomas, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Sharon Powell     Jamaica JAM 5 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
47 3.23.21   Roxana Díaz 51.11, Zulia Calatayud 51.17, Susana Clement 50.47, Indira Terrero 50.46 ESP     Cuba CUB 6 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
48 3.23.24   Bisi Afolabi, Fatima Yusuf-Olukoju, Charity Opara, Falilat Ogunkoya     Nigeria NGR 2 Heat 1 Atlanta 2 August 1996
49 3.23.25   Sandie Richards, Catherine Scott, Deon Hemmings, Lorraine Fenton     Jamaica JAM 2 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
50 3.23.38   Doris Maletzki GER, Brigitte Köhn GER, Ellen Streidt GER, Christina Lathan GER     East Germany GDR 1 Heat 2 Montreal 30 July 1976
51 3.23.46   Yuliya Sotnikova, Svetlana Goncharenko, Olga Kotlyarova, Irina Privalova     Russia RUS 3 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
52 3.23.52   Olesya Krasnomovets, Natalya Ivanova, Tatyana Firova, Olesya Zykina     Russia RUS 1 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
53 3.23.57   Alina Lohvynenko, Olha Zemlyak, Anna Ryzhykova, Nataliya Pyhyda     Ukraine UKR 4 Final London 11 August 2012
54 3.23.71   Yelena Migunova, Tatyana Veshkurova, Lyudmila Litvinova, Tatyana Firova     Russia RUS 1 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
55 3.23.74   Joy Eze 51.46, Sade Abugan 50.03, Oluoma Nwoke 51.53, Joke Odumosu 50.72     Nigeria NGR 7 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
56 3.23.79   Crystal Cox, Moushaumi Robinson, Monique Henderson, Sanya Richards-Ross     United States USA 1 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
57 3.23.79   Ngozi Cynthia Nwokocha, Gloria Nwosu, Halimat Ismaila, Christy Ekpukhon     Nigeria NGR 2 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
58 3.23.80   Bisi Afolabi, Charity Opara, Rosemary Okafor, Falilat Ogunkoya     Nigeria NGR 4 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
59 3.23.81   Nova Batman, Tamsyn Manou, Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, Cathy Freeman     Australia AUS 5 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
60 3.23.95   Jearl Miles-Clark, Monique Hennagan, Andrea Anderson, LaTasha Colander     United States USA 1 Heat 1 Sydney 29 September 2000
61 3.24.05   Tamsyn Manou, Susan Andrews, Jana Rawlinson, Nova Batman     Australia AUS 2 Heat 3 Sydney 29 September 2000
62 3.24.08   Uta Rohländer-Fromm, Linda Kisabaka, Anja Rücker, Grit Breuer     Germany GER 1 Heat 2 Atlanta 2 August 1996
63 3.24.10   Sade Abugan, Joy Eze, Oluoma Nwoke, Joke Odumosu     Nigeria NGR 4 Heat 2 Beijing 22 August 2008
64 3.24.23   Idalmis Bonne, Julia Duporty, Surella Morales, Ana Fidelia Quirot     Cuba CUB 2 Heat 2 Atlanta 2 August 1996
65 3.24.23   Phylis Smith, Sandra Douglas, Jennifer Stoute, Sally Gunnell     Great Britain GBR 3 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
66 3.24.24   Inta Klimovica LAT, Lyubov Aksenova UKR, Natalya Sokolova, Nadezhda Ilyina RUS     Soviet Union URS 3 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
67 3.24.40   Jitka Burianová, Hana Benešová, Lenka Ficková, Helena Fuchsová     Czech Republic CZE 3 Heat 3 Sydney 29 September 2000
68 3.24.54   Inta Klimovica LAT, Lyubov Aksenova UKR, Natalya Sokolova, Nadezhda Ilyina RUS     Soviet Union URS 1 Heat 1 Montreal 30 July 1976
69 3.24.54   Alina Lohvynenko, Olha Bibik, Tetyana Melnyk, Olha Zemlyak       UKR 2 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
70 3.24.76   Shana Cox, Lee McConnell, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Christine Ohuruogu     Great Britain GBR 5 Final London 11 August 2012
71 3.24.81   Emily Diamond, Anyika Onuora, Kelly Massey, Christine Ohuruogu       GBR 2 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
72 3.24.86   Tatyana Chebykina, Olga Kotlyarova, Yekaterina Kulikova, Svetlana Goncharenko     Russia RUS 3 Heat 2 Atlanta 2 August 1996
73 3.24.92   Ronetta Smith, Michelle Burgher, Nadia Davy, Sandie Richards     Jamaica JAM 3 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
74 3.24.94   Carline Muir, Alicia Brown, Noelle Montcalm, Sage Watson       CAN 3 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
75 3.25.05   Shana Cox, Lee McConnell, Eilidh Doyle, Christine Ohuruogu     Great Britain GBR 3 Heat 2 London 10 August 2012
76 3.25.05   Zuzanna Radecka-Pakaszewska, Monika Bejnar, Małgorzata Pskit, Grażyna Prokopek-Janáček     Poland POL 4 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
77 3.25.12   Donna Fraser, Catherine Murphy, Christine Ohuruogu, Lee McConnell     Great Britain GBR 4 Final Athens 28 August 2004
78 3.25.13   Christine Day, Shereefa Lloyd, Shericka Williams, Rosemarie Whyte-Robinson     Jamaica JAM 1 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
79 3.25.15   Debra Sapenter, Sheila Ingram, Pam Jiles, Rosalyn Bryant     United States USA 2 Heat 1 Montreal 30 July 1976
80 3.25.15   Mable Fergerson, Madeline Jackson, Cheryl Toussaint, Kathy Hammond     United States USA 2 Final Munich 10 September 1972
81 3.25.16   Maria Benedicta Chigbolu, Maria Enrica Spacca, Ayomide Folorunso, Libania Grenot       ITA 4 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
82 3.25.20   Sandra Douglas, Phylis Smith, Jennifer Stoute, Sally Gunnell     Great Britain GBR 2 Heat 2 Barcelona 7 August 1992
83 3.25.20   Rosey Edeh, Charmaine Crooks, Camille-Anise Noel, Jillian Richardson Briscoe     Canada CAN 4 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
84 3.25.22   Zulia Calatayud, Julia Duporty, Idalmis Bonne, Daimí Pernía     Cuba CUB 2 Heat 1 Sydney 29 September 2000
85 3.25.22   Zuzanna Radecka-Pakaszewska, Monika Bejnar, Małgorzata Pskit, Grażyna Prokopek-Janáček     Poland POL 5 Final Athens 28 August 2004
86 3.25.28   Helen Frost, Donna Fraser, Allison Curbishley, Katharine Merry     Great Britain GBR 1 Heat 2 Sydney 29 September 2000
87 3.25.30   Olga Mineyeva RUS, Tatyana Goyshchik, Lyudmila Chernova, Tatyana Prorochenko     Soviet Union URS 1 Heat 1 Moscow 31 July 1980
88 3.25.33   Juliet Campbell, Tracey Barnes, Merlene Frazer, Inez Turner     Jamaica JAM 4 Heat 2 Atlanta 2 August 1996
89 3.25.34   Małgorzata Hołub, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz, Iga Baumgart, Justyna Święty       POL 3 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
90 3.25.46   Roxana Díaz, Zulia Calatayud, Susana Clement, Indira Terrero ESP     Cuba CUB 2 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
91 3.25.48   Nicola Sanders, Kelly Sotherton, Marilyn Okoro, Christine Ohuruogu     Great Britain GBR 3 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
92 3.25.51   Michelle Scutt, Helen Burkart SUI, Gladys Taylor, Joslyn Hoyte-Smith     Great Britain GBR 4 Final Los Angeles 11 August 1984
93 3.25.55   Catherine Scott, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Claudine Williams, Juliet Campbell     Jamaica JAM 2 Heat 1 Barcelona 7 August 1992
94 3.25.55   Jonna Tilgner, Sorina Nwachukwu, Florence Ekpo-Umoh, Claudia Hoffmann     Germany GER 4 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
95 3.25.56   Judy Canty, Verna Burnard, Charlene Rendina, Bethanie Nail     Australia AUS 4 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
96 3.25.65   Charmaine Howell, Catherine Scott, Michelle Burgher, Sandie Richards     Jamaica JAM 2 Heat 2 Sydney 29 September 2000
97 3.25.67   Tasha Danvers, Donna Fraser, Allison Curbishley, Katharine Merry     Great Britain GBR 6 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
98 3.25.68   Cathy Freeman, Susan Andrews, Renée Poetschka, Michelle Lock     Australia AUS 3 Heat 1 Barcelona 7 August 1992
99 3.25.68   Catherine Scott, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Juliet Campbell, Sandie Richards     Jamaica JAM 5 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
100 3.25.71   Claudia Steger GER, Dagmar Fuhrmann GER, Elke Barth GER, Rita Wilden GER     West Germany FRG 5 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
101 3.25.71   Jess Thornton, Anneliese Rubie, Caitlin Jones, Morgan Mitchell       AUS 4 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
102 3.25.85   Idalmis Bonne, Julia Duporty, Surella Morales, Ana Fidelia Quirot     Cuba CUB 6 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
103 3.25.86   Lillie Leatherwood, Sherri Howard, Denean Howard-Hill, Diane Dixon     United States USA 1 Heat 2 Seoul 30 September 1988
104 3.25.87   Marika Lindholm, Pirjo Häggman, Mona-Lisa Pursiainen, Riitta Salin     Finland FIN 6 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
105 3.25.88   Eilidh Doyle, Anyika Onuora, Emily Diamond, Christine Ohuruogu       GBR 3 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
106 3.25.90   Olha Zemlyak, Alina Lohvynenko, Anna Ryzhykova, Nataliya Pyhyda     Ukraine UKR 2 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
107 3.25.92   Phara Anacharsis, Muriel Hurtis, Marie Gayot, Floria Guei     France FRA 6 Final London 11 August 2012
108 3.25.94   Phara Anacharsis, Muriel Hurtis, Marie Gayot, Floria Guei     France FRA 3 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
109 3.25.98   Judy Canty, Verna Burnard, Charlene Rendina, Bethanie Nail     Australia AUS 2 Heat 2 Montreal 30 July 1976
110 3.26.02   Laura Müller, Friederike Möhlenkamp, Lara Hoffmann, Ruth Sophia Spelmeyer       GER 5 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
111 3.26.05   Yuliya Sotnikova, Olesya Zykina, Svetlana Goncharenko, Natalya Nazarova     Russia RUS 3 Heat 2 Sydney 29 September 2000
112 3.26.09   Rosey Edeh, Karen Clarke, Camille-Anise Noel, Charmaine Crooks     Canada CAN 4 Heat 1 Barcelona 7 August 1992
113 3.26.18   Phara Anacharsis, Brigitte Ntiamoah, Marie Gayot, Floria Guei       FRA 5 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
114 3.26.20   Denisa Rosolová, Zuzana Bergrová, Jitka Bartoničková, Zuzana Hejnová     Czech Republic CZE 4 Heat 2 London 10 August 2012
115 3.26.25   Uta Rohländer-Fromm, Heike Meißner, Linda Kisabaka, Anja Rücker     Germany GER 3 Heat 2 Barcelona 7 August 1992
116 3.26.29   Omolara Omotoso, Idara Otu, Bukola Abogunloko, Regina George     Nigeria NGR 4 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
117 3.26.30   Marika Lindholm, Pirjo Häggman, Mona-Lisa Pursiainen, Riitta Salin     Finland FIN 3 Heat 1 Montreal 30 July 1976
118 3.26.31   Natallia Salahub, Elena Budnik, Iryna Khliustava, Anna Kozak     Belarus BLR 3 Heat 1 Sydney 29 September 2000
119 3.26.31   Claudia Steger GER, Dagmar Fuhrmann GER, Elke Barth GER, Rita Wilden GER     West Germany FRG 4 Heat 1 Montreal 30 July 1976
120 3.26.36   Laniece Clarke, Anthonique Strachan, Carmiesha Cox, Christine Amertil       BAH 6 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
121 3.26.37   Uta Rohländer-Fromm, Heike Meißner, Linda Kisabaka, Anja Rücker     Germany GER 6 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
122 3.26.42   Cathy Freeman, Susan Andrews, Renée Poetschka, Michelle Lock     Australia AUS 7 Final Barcelona 8 August 1992
123 3.26.43   Carline Muir, Alicia Brown, Noelle Montcalm, Sage Watson       CAN 4 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
124 3.26.51   Anette Rückes GER, Inge Bödding GER, Hildegard Falck GER, Rita Wilden GER     West Germany FRG 3 Final Munich 10 September 1972
125 3.26.52   Alena Kievich, Iryna Khliustava, Ilona Usovich, Sviatlana Usovich     Belarus BLR 5 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
126 3.26.56   Ilrey Oliver, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Andrea Thomas, Grace Jackson Small     Jamaica JAM 2 Heat 1 Los Angeles 10 August 1984
127 3.26.61   Phara Anacharsis, Thélia Sigère, Solen Désert-Mariller, Virginie Michanol     France FRA 5 Heat 2 Beijing 22 August 2008
128 3.26.64   Alina Lohvynenko, Olha Bibik, Tetyana Melnyk, Olha Zemlyak       UKR 5 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
129 3.26.70   Haríklia Boudá, Hrísa Goudenoúdi, Dímitra Dóva, Faní Halkiá     Greece GRE 2 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
130 3.26.81   Angela Moroşanu, Alina Râpanu, Maria Rus, Ionela Tîrlea     Romania ROU 6 Final Athens 28 August 2004
131 3.26.82   Nadezda Kostovalová, Ludmila Formanová, Helena Fuchsová, Hana Benešová     Czech Republic CZE 5 Heat 2 Atlanta 2 August 1996
132 3.26.83   Marcia Tate, Andrea Thomas, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Sharon Powell     Jamaica JAM 2 Heat 2 Seoul 30 September 1988
133 3.26.89   Rajwinder Kaur Gill, K. Mathews Beenamol, Chitra K. Soman, Manjeet Kaur     India IND 3 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
134 3.26.98   Madiea Ghafoor, Lisanne De Witte, Nicky van Leuveren, Laura De Witte       NED 6 Heat 1 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
135 3.26.99   Christine Ohuruogu, Catherine Murphy, Helen Karagounis, Lee McConnell     Great Britain GBR 5 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
136 3.26.99   Nadezda Kostovalová, Ludmila Formanová, Helena Fuchsová, Hana Benešová     Czech Republic CZE 7 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
137 3.27.02   Shanta Ghosh, Ulrike Urbansky, Birgit Rockmeier, Florence Ekpo-Umoh     Germany GER 4 Heat 1 Sydney 29 September 2000
138 3.27.05   Maria Benedicta Chigbolu, Maria Enrica Spacca, Ayomide Folorunso, Libania Grenot       ITA 6 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
139 3.27.09   Liz Barnes, Gladys Taylor, Verona Elder, Donna Murray     Great Britain GBR 3 Heat 2 Montreal 30 July 1976
140 3.27.14   Lyudmila Dzhigalova UKR, Olga V. Nazarova RUS, Mariya Pinigina UKR, Olga Bryzgina UKR     Soviet Union URS 3 Heat 2 Seoul 30 September 1988
141 3.27.23   Daniela Graglia, Francesca Carbone, Fabiola Piroddi, Virna De Angeli     Italy ITA 4 Heat 2 Sydney 29 September 2000
142 3.27.28   Małgorzata Hołub, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz, Iga Baumgart, Justyna Święty       POL 7 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
143 3.27.36   Karlene Haughton, LaDonna Antoine-Watkins, Foy Williams, Samantha George     Canada CAN 5 Heat 1 Sydney 29 September 2000
144 3.27.36   Angela Moroşanu, Alina Râpanu, Maria Rus, Ionela Tîrlea     Romania ROU 6 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
145 3.27.37   Grit Breuer GER, Dagmar Neubauer GER, Kirsten Emmelmann GER, Petra Schersing GER     East Germany GDR 1 Heat 1 Seoul 30 September 1988
146 3.27.38   Natallia Salahub, Iryna Khliustava, Ilona Usovich, Sviatlana Usovich     Belarus BLR 7 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
147 3.27.41   Aymée Martínez, Diosmely Peña, Yaneisi Borlot, Daysurami Bonne     Cuba CUB 6 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
148 3.27.44   Oksana Shcherbak, Tetyana Petlyuk, Kseniya Karandyuk, Nataliya Pyhyda     Ukraine UKR 5 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
149 3.27.45   Jess Thornton, Anneliese Rubie, Caitlin Jones, Morgan Mitchell       AUS 8 Final Rio de Janeiro 20 August 2016
150 3.27.5   Linsey Macdonald, Michelle Probert, Joslyn Hoyte-Smith, Donna Murray     Great Britain GBR 3 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
151 3.27.51   Ilrey Oliver, Cynthia Green, Cathy Rattray-Williams, Grace Jackson Small     Jamaica JAM 5 Final Los Angeles 11 August 1984
152 3.27.52   Martine Duvivier, Colette Besson, Bernadette Louis, Nicole Duclos     France FRA 4 Final Munich 10 September 1972
153 3.27.63   Charmaine Crooks, Esmie Lawrence, Marita Payne, Jillian Richardson Briscoe     Canada CAN 2 Heat 1 Seoul 30 September 1988
154 3.27.68   Michelle Scutt, Helen Burkart SUI, Gladys Taylor, Joslyn Hoyte-Smith     Great Britain GBR 3 Heat 1 Los Angeles 10 August 1984
155 3.27.74   Iboia Korodi, Niculina Lazarciuc, Maria Samungi, Elena Tarfta     Romania ROU 4 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
156 3.27.75   Helga Arendt GER, Michaela Schabinger GER, Gisela Kinzel GER, Gudrun Abt GER     West Germany FRG 3 Heat 1 Seoul 30 September 1988
157 3.27.75   Claudia Hoffmann, Claudia Marx, Jana Neubert, Grit Breuer     Germany GER 4 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
158 3.27.77   Denisa Rosolová, Zuzana Bergrová, Jitka Bartoničková, Zuzana Hejnová     Czech Republic CZE 7 Final London 11 August 2012
159 3.27.88   Liliana Allen, Magali Yáñez, Ana Guevara, Mayra González     Mexico MEX 5 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
160 3.27.9   Iren Orosz, Judit Forgecs, Eva Toth, Ilona Pal     Hungary HUN 5 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
161 3.27.9   Grazyna Oliszewska, Elzbieta Katolik, Jolanta Januchta, Malgorzata Dunecka     Poland POL 6 Final Moscow 1 August 1980
162 3.28.01   Liz Barnes, Gladys Taylor, Verona Elder, Donna Murray     Great Britain GBR 7 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
163 3.28.02   Aïda Diop, Tacko Diouf, Aminata Diouf, Amy Mbacké Thiam     Senegal SEN 4 Heat 3 Sydney 29 September 2000
164 3.28.07   Francine Landre, Viviane Dorsile, Evelyne Elien, Elsa Devassoigne     France FRA 3 Heat 1 Atlanta 2 August 1996
165 3.28.13   Phylis Smith, Allison Curbishley, Donna Fraser, Georgina Oladapo     Great Britain GBR 4 Heat 1 Atlanta 2 August 1996
166 3.28.16   Viktoriya Fomenko, Lyudmila Koshchey, Yana Manuylova, Olga Moroz     Ukraine UKR 5 Heat 1 Atlanta 2 August 1996
167 3.28.23   Monika Bejnar, Jolanta Kajtoch, Anna Jesień, Grażyna Prokopek-Janáček     Poland POL 6 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
168 3.28.43   María Laura Almirão, Josiane Tito, Geisa Coutinho, Lucimar Teodoro     Brazil BRA 6 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
169 3.28.45   Jonna Tilgner 53.12, Sorina Nwachukwu 52.60, Florence Ekpo-Umoh 51.66, Claudia Hoffmann 51.07     Germany GER 8 Final Beijing 23 August 2008
170 3.28.46   Francine Landre, Viviane Dorsile, Evelyne Elien, Elsa Devassoigne     France FRA 8 Final Atlanta 3 August 1996
171 3.28.48   Dagmar Käsling GER, Rita Kühne GER, Helga Seidler GER, Monika Zehrt GER     East Germany GDR 1 Heat 2 Munich 9 September 1972
172 3.28.51   Satti Geetha, K. Mathews Beenamol, Chitra K. Soman, Rajwinder Kaur Gill     India IND 7 Final Athens 28 August 2004
173 3.28.52   Linda Staines, Jennifer Stoute, Janet Smith, Sally Gunnell     Great Britain GBR 4 Heat 1 Seoul 30 September 1988
174 3.28.62   Oleksandra Ryzhkova, Oksana Ilyushkina, Antonina Yefremova, Nataliya Pyhyda     Ukraine UKR 7 Heat 2 Athens 27 August 2004
175 3.28.63   Mable Fergerson, Madeline Jackson, Cheryl Toussaint, Kathy Hammond     United States USA 2 Heat 2 Munich 9 September 1972
176 3.28.70   Gabriele Löwe GER, Barbara Krug GER, Christina Lathan GER, Marita Koch GER     East Germany GDR 1 Heat 2 Moscow 31 July 1980
177 3.28.70   Svobodka Damyanova, Rositsa Stamenova, Malena Andonova, Bonka Dimova     Bulgaria BUL 2 Heat 1 Moscow 31 July 1980
178 3.28.74   Verona Elder, Janet Simpson, Jannette Roscoe, Rosemary Wright     Great Britain GBR 5 Final Munich 10 September 1972
179 3.28.81   Margaret Stride, Joyce Yakubowich, Rachelle Campbell, Yvonne Saunders     Canada CAN 4 Heat 2 Montreal 30 July 1976
180 3.28.83   Satti Geetha, Manjeet Kaur, Chitra K. Soman, Mandeep Kaur     India IND 7 Heat 1 Beijing 22 August 2008
181 3.28.84   Allison Ross-Edwards, Raelene Boyle, Cheryl Peasley, Charlene Rendina     Australia AUS 6 Final Munich 10 September 1972
182 3.28.89   Linda Staines, Jennifer Stoute, Angela Piggford, Sally Gunnell     Great Britain GBR 6 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
183 3.28.91   Margaret Stride, Joyce Yakubowich, Rachelle Campbell, Yvonne Saunders     Canada CAN 8 Final Montreal 31 July 1976
184 3.29.00   Linsey MacDonald, Michelle Scutt, Joslyn Hoyte-Smith, Janine MacGregor     Great Britain GBR 3 Heat 1 Moscow 31 July 1980
185 3.29.01   Chiara Bazzoni, Maria Enrica Spacca, Elena Bonfanti, Libania Grenot     Italy ITA 7 Heat 1 London 10 August 2012
186 3.29.17   Jitka Burianová, Hana Benešová, Lenka Ficková, Helena Fuchsová     Czech Republic CZE 7 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
187 3.29.32   Anette Rückes GER, Inge Bödding GER, Hildegard Falck GER, Rita Wilden GER     West Germany FRG 1 Heat 1 Munich 9 September 1972
188 3.29.37   Fabienne Ficher, Nathalie Simon, Nadine Debois, Evelyne Elien     France FRA 7 Final Seoul 1 October 1988
189 3.29.38   Marta Moreira, Lucrécia Jardim, Elsa Amaral, Eduarda Coelho     Portugal POR 4 Heat 2 Barcelona 7 August 1992
190 3.29.44   Marika Lindholm, Pirjo Häggman, Tuula Rautanen, Mona-Lisa Pursiainen     Finland FIN 7 Final Munich 10 September 1972
191 3.29.47   Zulia Calatayud, Julia Duporty, Idalmis Bonne, Daimí Pernía     Cuba CUB 8 Final Sydney 30 September 2000
192 3.29.53   Nirmala Sheoran, Tintu Luka, Machettira Raju Poovamma, Anilda Thomas       IND 7 Heat 2 Rio de Janeiro 19 August 2016
193 3.29.70   Grazyna Oliszewska, Elzbieta Katolik, Jolanta Januchta, Małgorzata Dunecka     Poland POL 2 Heat 2 Moscow 31 July 1980
194 3.29.70   Irén Orosz, Judit Forgács, Ibolya Petrika, Ilona Pál     Hungary HUN 3 Heat 2 Moscow 31 July 1980
195 3.29.80   Ibolya Korodi, Niculina Lazarciuc, Maria Samungi, Elena Tarita     Romania ROU 4 Heat 2 Moscow 31 July 1980
196 3.29.93   Mireille Nguimgo, Hortense Béwouda, Caroline Kaboud Mebam, Muriel Noah Ahanda     Cameroon CMR 8 Heat 1 Athens 27 August 2004
197 3.29.95   Fabienne Ficher, Nathalie Simon, Nadine Debois, Evelyne Elien     France FRA 5 Heat 1 Seoul 30 September 1988
198 3.29.99   Allison Ross-Edwards, Raelene Boyle, Cheryl Peasley, Charlene Rendina     Australia AUS 3 Heat 2 Munich 9 September 1972
199 3.30.02   Martine Duvivier, Colette Besson, Bernadette Louis, Nicole Duclos     France FRA 2 Heat 1 Munich 9 September 1972
200 3.30.05   Janet Simpson, Verona Elder, Jannette Roscoe, Rosemary Wright     Great Britain GBR 4 Heat 2 Munich 9 September 1972
 
 

 

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