|Host city||Chorzów, Poland|
|Main venue||Silesian Stadium|
The 2021 World Athletics Relays have been held in Chorzów, Poland from 1 to 2 May 2021.
The program has undergone some changes, due to the lack of participants some preliminary rounds have in fact been canceled.
There are no medalists but winners in each event.
|4 × 100 metres relay|| South Africa |
|38.71|| Italy |
|39.21|| Japan |
|4 × 200 metres relay|| Germany |
|1:22.43 SB|| Kenya |
|1:24.26 SB|| Portugal |
|4 × 400 metres relay|| Netherlands |
Tony van Diepen
|3:03.45|| Japan |
|3:04.45|| Botswana |
|4 × 100 metres relay|| Italy |
|43.79 SB|| Poland |
|44.10|| Netherlands |
|4 × 200 metres relay|| Poland |
|1:34.98 NR|| Ireland |
|1:35.93 NR|| Ecuador |
|4 × 400 metres relay|| Cuba |
Rose Mary Almanza
|3:28.41|| Poland |
|3:28.81|| United Kingdom |
|4 × 400 metres relay|
| Italy |
|3:16.60|| Brazil |
Alison dos Santos
|3:17.54|| Dominican Republic |
Anabel Medina Ventura
|2 × 2 × 400 metres relay|
| Poland |
|3:40.92|| Kenya |
|3:41.79|| Slovenia |
|Shuttle hurdles relay|
| Germany |
|56.53|| Poland |
|56.68|| Kenya |
As the World Athletics Relays are not a championship, there are no champions or medalists, but just winners.
Host nation (Poland)
|South Africa (RSA)||1||0||0||1|
|Dominican Republic (DOM)||0||0||1||1|
|Great Britain (GBR)||0||0||1||1|
|Totals (16 nations)||9||9||9||27|
Teams scored for every place in the top 8 with 8 points awarded for first place, 7 for second, etc. The overall points winner was given the Golden Baton.
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Spanish Ángel David Rodríguez, 41, is the oldest athlete entered for the event, while 17-year-old Nigerian sprinter Imaobong Nse Uko is the youngest competitor.
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