Bronze was the medal of choice last night of Jamaican athletes as they competed on the second and final night of the World Relays Championships held in The Bahamas.
Jamaica took bronze in the Women’s 4x400m final after making two changes, bringing in Verone Chambers and Stephenie Ann McPherson for Christine Day and Dawnalee Loney. The Jamaicans were no match for the Americans, who won easily in a world-leading 3:24.36.
Jamaica looked as though they had silver in the bag following a strong anchor leg by McPherson, but she was overtaken close to home by the runner from Poland and had to settle for the bronze in 3:28.49. Poland snatched the silver medal with
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