U.S. women win 4x100 relay gold at Worlds; men capture silver Eugene, Oregon, was no different.

At the World Athletics Championships, neither favorite won gold in the 4x100. Terry won the women's event in 41.14 seconds, the third-fastest ever.

American ladies won their sixth Worlds sprint relay title.Jamaica, who swept the 100 and 200 meters, was considered the favorite in the event, but a poor initial exchange from Kemba

Nelson to Elaine Thompson-Herah meant Thompson-Herah had to slow down to make sure they completed their handoff inside the zone and weren't disqualified.

Jackson narrowed the distance on Terry but couldn't pass her before the line. Jamaica finished in 41.18 seconds, while Germany took bronze in 42.03.

Pedro Pichardo, the Tokyo gold champion in men's triple jump, won again with a 17.95-meter leap (58 feet, 10.75 inches).

women's 800m final; and whether Allyson Felix, who ran the fastest leg in the women's 4x400m relay preliminary on Saturday, will be part of the American quartet.

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