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U.S.A power to another impressive 4x400m men’s relay gold

The United States maintained their stranglehold of the men’s 4×400 metres relay on Sunday as they won World Championships gold in dominant style in front of a jubilant home crowd.

The United States have now won eight of the past nine world titles and eight of the past 10 Olympic golds.

Elija Godwin and Bryce Deadmon were retained from the semi-finals with newly-crowned individual gold medallist Michael Norman and Champion Allison, fourth in the final, drafted in and each man extended the lead as they came home in two minutes, 56.17 seconds.

In a race of their own 20m back, Jamaica took a second successive silver with Belgium, anchored by Kevin Borlee in his seventh World Championships, collecting bronze again after finishing third in Doha.

Japan set an Asian record to finish fourth as they went under three minutes for the first time with 2:59.51.

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