Athletics at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Women's 4 × 100 metres relay

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The Women's 4 x 100 metres relay at the 2010 Commonwealth Games as part of the athletics programme was held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Tuesday 12 October 2010.

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Records

World Record 41.37Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Canberra, Australia 6 October 1985
Games Record 42.44Flag of the Bahamas.svg  Bahamas Manchester, England 2002

Final

RankLaneNationCompetitorsTimeNotes
Gold medal icon.svg4Flag of England.svg  England Katherine Endacott, Montell Douglas, Laura Turner, Abiodun Oyepitan 44.19
Silver medal icon.svg8Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Rosina Amenebede, Elizabeth Amolofo, Beatrice Gyaman, Janet Amponsah 45.24
Bronze medal icon.svg2Flag of India.svg  India Sathi Geetha, Srabani Nanda, P.K. Priya, Hiriyur Jyothi 45.25
47Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Seun Adigun, Comfort Onyali, Josephine Ehigie, Agnes Osazuwa 48.87
6Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Andrea Bliss, Shanna Thomas, Audria Segree, Dominique Blake DSQ
3Flag of Sierra Leone.svg  Sierra Leone Mahriam Kamara, Rebecca Ansumana, Leticia Macauley, Michaela Kargbo DSQ
5Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon DNS

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