Wild 4x100m Comeback Bahamas Win Men's 4 x 400m Relay 2 days ago   01:15

This 4x100m comeback at the West Virginia state meet was truly unbelievable.

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Jay-Z flashing money
These kids are involving
Leo Lorentzen
He just ran a 9 something split
Ron Edward
Check that kid for PED's. 😂
PalealYah Bayn Yisrael
Jesus Christ
Wich one is the transgender one..
Mike Letterst
Tim Newman
show 6 12 second runners and a high 10 runner and people on YT go nuts. even boling himself isnt in the nations top 5. put up a video of anyone half decent versus a bunch of no ones and itll look fast. IT ISNT.
Sask Sky
Was that Anthony Joshua in lane 5?
RK Gamer
That is unbelievable
Young Fu
how is the guy in lane 8 the anchor at a state meet?
That's mah nige
Awesome Crafts
*I thought the last guys in Light Blue shirt were gonna Win....... Had to watch it again...... Oh Crap*
Michael Talley
When you tap the control faster than player 2 lol
ADILSA santoz
Who is that?
The Black Shadow
Damn​ BLACK PEOPLE run like cheetahs!
Charles Alexis
This link is for the official National High School boys track and field records the official legal time for the hundred meter is 10 seconds flat set in 2014 I want to stress the word legal by Trentavis Friday
Waco Johnny Dean
Those people at end bothers me ..they need to get the f#%^€ out the way for them
Fay Ryuujin
looked like fast guy racing special needs kids
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Bahamas Win Men's 4 x 400m Relay Wild 4x100m Comeback 2 days ago   09:01

The Bahamas team wins the 4x400m relay event, beating USA to take the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games (10 August).

With Bahamas taking gold and USA taking Silver, the bronze medal went to the team from Trinidad & Tobago.

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