SILVER FOR JAMAICANS ON FINAL DAY OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Jamaica’s men’s and women’s 4×400 meter relay teams both landed silver to close out the WorldChampionships in style.

Earlier, Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan set a new 100m hurdles world record as the World Championships semi-finals deliver an extraordinary set of times.

The 25-year-old, who ran a new African record of 12.40 seconds in Saturday’s heats, clocked 12.12 seconds on the final day of action in Eugene.

Jamaica’s Britany Anderson was second after breaking the national record in the semi’s.

Amusan’s beat the 12.20 seconds set by American Kendra Harrison, who finished second behind Amusan, in 2016.