The Jamaican Quartet, comprised of Kemba Nelson, Natalliah Whyte, Remona Burchell, and Elaine Thompson-Herah, will take home bronze after finishing third in the 4x100m finals in Birmingham, England.
Nelson, who was also a member of the World Championships relay team that claimed silver in Eugene, Oregon, ran the first leg of the race and passed to Whyte, who ran the second. Olympic relay gold medalist, Remona Burchell, steered the third 100m lap, with the double sprinting champion, Thompson-Herah, taking control of the last lap, finishing the race in 43.08 seconds.
Thompson-Herah ends the day with her third medal in the Games, with Nelson, Whyte, and Burchell claiming their first Commonwealth Games medal.
Nigeria’s Tobi Amuson, Favour Ofili, Rosemary Chukwuma, and Nzubechi Grace Nwokocha finished first in 42.10 seconds, an area record. Asha Philip, Imani Lansiquot, Bianca Williams, and Daryll Neita of England ran a season’s best with a 42.41 finish and will bring home silver.
Watch race below.