Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce at Penn Relays

USA vs. The World Penn Relays 2013 Complete Results

PHILADELPHIA (Sporting Alert) — The following are results from the 2013 Penn Relays – USA vs. The World edition on Saturday’s final day of action at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

Unlike last year where USA teams dominated the challenge, victories were spread out more this year, while there were more closely contested races than in previous years.

The men’s 4x100m was won by the team of Mike Rodgers, Justin Gatlin, Doc Patton and Ryan Bailey and they clocked 38.26 seconds to beat Jamaica.

However, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce made sure the Jamaican supporters had something to cheer for when she blasted down the straight to anchor her country to victory in the women’s race in 42.42.

USA and Jamaica teams battled in the men’s 4x400m, while USA and Great Britain ran to the tape neck-to-neck.

The Americans did hold on to win both races though.

MEN’S USA vs. The World Results

USA vs. The World 4×100
1, USA Red (Mike Rodgers, Justin Gatlin, Doc Patton, Ryan Bailey) 38.26. 2, Jamaica (Nesta Carter, Dexter Lee, Rasheed Dwyer, Jason Young), 38.65. 3, USA Blue (Jeff Demps, Wallace Spearmon, Cordero Gray, Ivory Williams), 38.94. 4, Great Britain, 38.99. 5, Canada, 39.48. 6, Bahamas, 39.49.

USA vs. the World 4×400
1, USA Red (Torrin Lawrence, Manteo Mitchell, Bershawn Jackson, Tony McQuay), 3:00.91. 2, Jamaica (Allodin Fothergill (46.2), Riker Hylton (45.6), Leford Green (45.0), Errol Nolan (44.3), 3:01.15. 3, Bahamas (Ramon Miller (47.4), Michael Mathieu (45.0), Chris Brown (45.4), Stephen Newbold (44.4), 3:02.23. 4, USA Blue, 3:02.64. 5, Trinidad & Tobago, 3:02.81. 6, Caribbean All Stars, 3:04.81.

USA vs. The World Distance Medley
1, Ethiopia (Aisinet Abiyot, Bereket Desta, Mohammed Aman, Aman Wote), 9:16.34. 2, Kenya, 9:17.03. 3, USA Red, 9:18.21. 4, USA Blue, 9:19.33. 5, Ireland, 9:24.10. 6, Australia, 9:28.74.

Olympic Development Mile
1, Jonathan Sawe, Kenya, 3:57.03. 2, Michael Rutt, NJ/NY TC, 3:57.18. 3, Tyler Mulder, Nike, 3:57.37. 4, Robby Andrews, adidas, 3:57.82. 5, Owen Dawson, unattached, 3:59.74. 6, German Fernandez, Nike, 4:03.14.

Olympic Development 100m
1, Christophe Lemaitre, France, 10.29. 2, Ramon Gitten, The Executives TC, 10.37. 3, D’Angelo Cherry, USA, 10.46. 4, Emmanuel Callender, Trinidad & Tobago 10.49. 5, Jeremy Bascom, CPTC New Balance, 10.61. 6, Patrick Domogala, Germany 10.79.

WOMEN’S USA vs. The World Results

USA vs. The World 4×100
1, Jamaica (Sharone Simpson, Kerron Stewart, Anneisha McLauglin, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce), 42.42. 2, USA Blue (Mandy White, Alexandria Anderson, Barbara Pierre, Porscha Lucas), 42.65. 3, USA Red (Tianna Bartoletta, Allyson Felix, Bianca Knight, Jeneba Tarmoh), 42.66. 4, Nigeria, 43.52. 5, Germany, 43.68. 6, Bahamas, 43.90.

USA vs. The World 4×400
1, USA Red (Jessica Beard, Natasha Hastings, Dee Dee Trotter, Francena McCorory), 3:22.66. 2, Great Britain, 3:22.68. 3, Jamaica, 3:24.11. 4, USA Blue, 3:26.26. 5, Nigeria, 3:28.65. 6, Bahamas, 3:32.90.

USA vs. The World 4×800
1, USA Red (Lea Wallace, Brenda Martinez, Ajee Wilson, Alysia Montano), 8:04.31. 2, Kenya, 8:07.58. 3, USA Blue, 8:10.99, 4, Great Britain, 8:13.46. 5, Canada, 8:14.85. 6, Australia, 8:18.96.

Olympic Development Mile
1, Nancy Langat, Kenya, 4:28.50. 2, Kelly Williams, Unattached, 4:38.08. 3, Amanda Eccleston, Michigan, 4:38.09. 4, Heather Wilson, NJ/NY TC, 4:38.12. 5, Danielle Tauro, NJ/NY TC, 4:38.33. 6, Kerri Gallagher, Pacers New Balance, 4:39.30.

Reporting by Gary Smith, Lead Sports Writer

One of SportingAlert.com main contributors and associated staff member. Focus on presenting the best possible news, views and reviews from college and pro sporting events all across the globe. Smith is a track and field writer, who covers several meeting around the world. He is also a regular contributor for TrackAlerts.com and World-Track.org.

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