World Records / Past World Athletics Championships Record

Women 4×100mR World Record 40.82 (2012)
(as of June 2023)

Women[4×100mR]

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Events Name Mark
Helsinki 1983 GDR (Silke Gladisch; Marita Koch; Ingrid Brestrich-Auerswald; Marlies Oelsner-Gohr) 41.76
Rome 1987 USA (Alice Brown; Diane Williams; Florence Griffith-Joyner; Pam Marshall) 41.58
Tokyo 1991 JAM(Dahlia Duhaney; Juliet Cuthbert; Beverly McDonald; Merlene Ottey) 41.94
Stuttgart 1993 RUS (Olga Bogoslovskaya; Galina Malchugina; Natalya Pomoshchnikova-Voronova; Irina Privalova) 41.49
Gothenburg 1995 USA (Celena Mondie; Carlette Guidry; Chryste Gaines; Gwen Torrence) 42.12
Athens 1997 USA (Chryste Gaines; Marion Jones; Inger Miller; Gail Devers) 41.47
Seville 1999 BAH (Savatheda Fynes; Chandra Sturrup; Pauline Davis-Thompson; Debbie Ferguson) 41.92
Edmonton 2001 JAM (Melanie Paschke; Gaby Rockmeier; Birgit Rockmeier; Marion Wagner) 42.32
Saint-Denis 2003 FRA (Patricia Girard; Muriel Hurtis-Houairi; Sylviane Felix; Christine Arron) 41.78
Helsinki 2005 USA (Angela Daigle-Bowen; Muna Lee; Me'Lisa Barber; Lauryn Williams) 41.78
Osaka 2007 USA (Lauryn Williams; Allyson Felix; Mikele Barber; Torri Edwards) 41.98
Berlin 2009 JAM (Simone Facey; Shelly-Ann Fraser; Aleen Bailey; Kerron Stewart) 42.06
Daegu 2011 USA (Bianca Knight; Allyson Felix; Marshevet Myers; Carmelita Jeter) 41.56
Moscow 2013 JAM 41.29
Beijing 2015 JAM 41.07
London 2017 USA 41.82
Doha 2019 JAM 41.44
Oregon 2022 USA 41.14
Budapest 2023 USA 41.03

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