1991 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 4 × 400 metres relay

Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
10 km walk women
20 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men
 

These are the official results of the Men's 4x400 metres event at the 1991 IAAF World Championships in Tokyo, Japan. There were a total number of sixteen participating nations, with three qualifying heats and the final held on Sunday September 1, 1991.

Schedule

Semi-Final
31.08.1991 – 20:20h
Final
01.09.1991 – 18:10h

Final

RANK FINAL ATHLETES TIME
 Great Britain (GBR) Roger Black
Derek Redmond
John Regis
Kriss Akabusi
2:57.53
 United States (USA) Andrew Valmon
Quincy Watts
Danny Everett
Antonio Pettigrew
2:57.57
 Jamaica (JAM) Patrick O'Connor
Devon Morris
Winthrop Graham
Seymour Fagan
3:00.10
4.  Yugoslavia (YUG) Dejan Jovković
Nenad Đurović
Ismail Mačev
Slobodan Branković
3:00.32
5.  Kenya (KEN) Samson Kitur
Simeon Kipkemboi
Charles Gitonga
Simeon Kipkemboi
3:00.34
6.  Germany (GER) Klaus Just
Rico Lieder
Norbert Dobeleit
Jens Carlowitz
3:00.75
7.  Morocco (MAR) Abdelali Kasbane
Ali Dahane
Bouchaib Belkaid
Benyounes Lahlou
3:04.49
8.  Cuba (CUB) Agustin Pavó
Héctor Herrera
Jorge Valentin
Lázaro Martínez
3:05.33

Qualifying heats

  • Held on Saturday 1991-08-31
RANK HEAT 1 ATHLETES TIME
1.  United States (USA) Jeff Reynolds
Quincy Watts
Mark Everett
Danny Everett
2:59.55
2.  Jamaica (JAM) Howard Burnett
Devon Morris
Patrick O'Connor
Seymour Fagan
3:00.01
3.  Germany (GER) Klaus Just
Rico Lieder
Norbert Dobeleit
Jens Carlowitz
3:00.17
4.  Japan (JPN) Koichi Konakatomi
Susumu Takano
Takahiro Watanabe
Koji Ito
3:01.26
5.  Qatar (QAT) Sami Jumah
Ismael Youssef
Masoud Khamis Rahman
Ibrahim Ismail Muftah
3:07.06
6.  Spain (ESP) Luis Cumellas
Antonio Sanchez
Moises Fernández
Didac Manas
3:08.39


RANK HEAT 2 ATHLETES TIME
1.  Morocco (MAR) Abdelali Kasbane
Ali Dahane
Bouchaib Belkaid
Benyounes Lahlou
3:02.11
(NR)
2.  Cuba (CUB) Agustin Pavó
Héctor Herrera
Jorge Valentin
Lázaro Martínez
3:02.29
3.  Italy (ITA) Fabio Grossi
Marco Vaccari
Alessandro Aimar
Andrea Nuti
3:02.72
4.  Canada (CAN) Anthony Wilson
Mark Jackson
Mike McLean
Freddie Williams
3:03.68
5.  Mexico (MEX) Raymundo Escalante
Eduardo Nava
Josue Morales
Luis Toledo
3:09.56
 France (FRA) Andre Jaffory
Olivier Noirot
Stéphane Diagana
Christophe Goris
DNF


RANK HEAT 3 ATHLETES TIME
1.  Great Britain (GBR) Ade Mafe
Derek Redmond
Mark Richardson
Kriss Akabusi
2:59.49
2.  Yugoslavia (YUG) Dejan Jovković
Nenad Đurović
Ismail Mačev
Slobodan Branković
2:59.95
(NR)
3.  Kenya (KEN) Samson Kitur
Simeon Kipkemboi
Charles Gitonga
Simon Kipkemboi
3:00.21
4.  Australia (AUS) Dean Capobianco
Paul Greene
Rohan Robinson
Mark Garner
3:02.42
5.  Barbados (BAR) Terrence Harewood
Steven Roberts
Seibert Straughn
Michael Williams
3:05.63

Notes

In 2002 this race came 42nd in the TV programme 100 Greatest Sporting Moments by Channel 4 of the UK.

See also

References

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