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VOX POPULI: Mixed-gender World Relays events were “refreshing, exciting, fun”

¶ Having watched the World Relays, I have a few comments to share with The Sports Examiner and subscribers: ● POSITIVE: Mixed gender relays: refreshing, exciting, fun....

ATHLETICS: U.S. wins five, loses two 4x400s, Jamaica wins nothing at World Relays...

The IAAF World Relays is a fun event, but so is the Demolition Derby. And that’s about what happened at the Yokohama International Stadium in Japan the fourth edition of the IAAF World Relays. The only important races were the 4×100 m and 4×400 m, which offered World Championships qualification to the finalists. And the […]
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ATHLETICS: U.S. starts World Relays with wins in two oddball Mixed events

The Shuttle Hurdles and 2x2x400 m relays are – at best – fun events for U.S. spring relay meets, but they were front and center as the highlights of the first day of the fourth IAAF World Relays. In front of an announced crowd of 15,000 in the Yokohama International Stadium, these were the only […]
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ATHLETICS Preview: Fourth World Relays debut in Yokohama with World Champs qualifying available

The IAAF got onto the relay bandwagon in 2014 when the first World Relays was held in Nassau (BAH) and became an instant hit. The event was fun, fast and different and exposed track & field fans worldwide to the joy of relays already well known in the U.S. After three editions in The Bahamas […]
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