Athletics at the 1994 Commonwealth Games – Men's 4 × 100 metres relay

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The men's 4 × 100 metres relay event at the 1994 Commonwealth Games was held on 27 and 28 August at the Centennial Stadium in Victoria, British Columbia. [1]

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Medalists

GoldSilverBronze
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Donovan Bailey
Glenroy Gilbert
Carlton Chambers
Bruny Surin
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
Shane Naylor
Tim Jackson
Paul Henderson
Damien Marsh
Kyle Vander Kuyp*
Flag of England.svg  England
Jason John
Toby Box
Philip Goedluck
Terry Williams
Mark Smith*

* Athletes who competed in heats only and received medals.

Results

Heats

[2]

RankHeatNationAthletesTimeNotes
12Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Donovan Bailey, Glenroy Gilbert, Carlton Chambers, Bruny Surin 38.63Q, GR
21Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Garth Robinson, Michael Green, Warren Johnson, Leon Gordon 39.33Q
31Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Shane Naylor, Tim Jackson, Paul Henderson, Kyle Vander Kuyp 39.49Q
42Flag of England.svg  England Mark Smith, Toby Box, Philip Goedluck, Terry Williams 39.51Q
52Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Christian Nsiah, Eric Nkansah, Salaam Gariba, Nelson Boateng 39.84Q
62Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Duncan Mathieson, Ian Mackie, Jamie Henderson, Doug Walker 40.16q
72Flag of Botswana.svg  Botswana Jwagamang Karesaza, Justice Dloeba, Kenneth Moima, Moatshe Molebatsi 41.31q
81Flag of The Gambia.svg  Gambia Abodourahman Jallow, Samuel Johnson, Ebrima Bojang, Abdoulie Janneh 41.97Q
91Flag of the British Virgin Islands.svg  British Virgin Islands Derwin Scatliffe, Ralston Varlack, Keita Cline, Mario Todman 41.99
102Flag of Belize.svg  Belize Michael Joseph, Elston Shaw, Leopold Lamb, Linford Castillo 42.55
111Flag of Tonga.svg  Tonga Sekona Vi, Tevita Fauonuku, Toluta'u Koula, Paea Funaki 42.89
1Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Franklin Nwankpa, Deji Aliu, Oluyemi Kayode, Olapade Adeniken DNF
1Flag of Sierra Leone.svg  Sierra Leone Denton Guy-Williams, Horace Dove-Edwin, Francis Keita, Sanusi Turay 39.71 DQ1

1Sierra Leone had originally qualified for the final, but they were disqualified after Horace Dove-Edwin tested positive for stanozolol that afternoon; The Gambia took their place in the final.

Final

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RankLaneNationAthletesTimeNotes
Gold medal icon.svg6Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Donovan Bailey, Glenroy Gilbert, Carlton Chambers, Bruny Surin 38.39 GR
Silver medal icon.svg5Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Shane Naylor, Tim Jackson, Paul Henderson, Damien Marsh 38.88
Bronze medal icon.svg4Flag of England.svg  England Jason John, Toby Box, Philip Goedluck, Terry Williams 39.39
43Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Garth Robinson, John Mair, Warren Johnson, Leon Gordon 39.44
57Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Elliot Bunney, Ian Mackie, Jamie Henderson, Doug Walker 39.56
68Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Christian Nsiah, Eric Nkansah, Salaam Gariba, Nelson Boateng 39.79
71Flag of The Gambia.svg  Gambia Abodourahman Jallow, Samuel Johnson, Ebrima Bojang, Abdoulie Janneh 41.54
82Flag of Botswana.svg  Botswana Jwagamang Karesaza, Justice Dipeba, Kenneth Moima, Moatshe Molebatsi 41.55

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References

  1. "Results". Archived from the original on 2012-09-14. Retrieved 2015-12-27.
  2. Heats results
  3. Final results