Team USA

The 2024 World Relays in the Bahamas were the focus of track enthusiasts, with some notable athletes hoping to qualify for the Olympics through the competition. Noah Lyles and Team USA disproved those in doubt by landing in the first place, despite criticisms regarding the USATF relay squad. 

In an attempt to earn a spot at the Olympics in Paris, several teams participated in the World Relays. Team USA, among a few others, would have advanced to the Olympics. 

Courtney Lindsey, Noah Lyles, Kenny Bednarek, and Kyree King represented the USATF relay team. These athletes all had what it took to compete and take home the gold, which they eventually did.

Fast start for Team USA

The team got off to a fast start because of Lindsey, who was followed by Bednarek, who ran the length of the field before passing the baton to King. After completing the race route flawlessly, the young athlete handed the baton to Lyles. The six-time world champion dominated the field earlier on and kept up his pace all the way to the finish. Lyles won gold for the team, guaranteeing them a spot at the Olympics in Paris.

Team USA’s time of 37.49 seconds was much faster than the total time of the entire grid. After defeating the most exceptional teams at the international competition, the USATF is now confident in their athletes for the Olympics.

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Source: The Sports Rush

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