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Athletics at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Men's 4 × 100 metres relay

Athletics at the
1980 Summer Olympics
Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men
10,000 m men
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men
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
Pentathlon women
Decathlon men

These are the official results of the Men's 4 x 100 metre relay event at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, USSR. There were a total number of 16 nations competing. The top three in each heat and next two fastest advanced to the final.

Final

The final was held on Friday 1 August 1980, at the Lenin Stadium
RANK NATION FINAL TIME
 Soviet Union (URS) Vladimir Muravyov
Nikolai Sidorov
Aleksandr Aksinin
Andrey Prokofyev
38.26
 Poland (POL) Krzysztof Zwoliński
Zenon Licznerski
Leszek Dunecki
Marian Woronin
38.33
 France (FRA) Antoine Richard
Pascal Barré
Patrick Barré
Hermann Panzo
38.53
4.  Great Britain (GBR) Mike McFarlane
Allan Wells
Cameron Sharp
Drew McMaster
38.62
5.  East Germany (GDR) Sören Schlegel
Eugen Ray
Bernhard Hoff
Thomas Munkelt
38.73
6.  Bulgaria (BUL) Pavel Pavlov
Vladimir Ivanov
Ivaylo Karanyotov
Petar Petrov
38.99
7.  Nigeria (NGR) Hammed Adio
Kayode Elegbede
Samson Oyeledun
Peter Okodogbe
39.12
8.  Brazil (BRA) Milton de Castro
Nelson dos Santos
Katsuhiko Nakaya
Altevir de Araújo
39.54

Heats

There were two heats which took place on 31 July 1980 at the Lenin Stadium. The first three in each heat and fastest two others advanced to the final.
RANK NATION HEAT 1 TIME
1.  Soviet Union (URS) Vladimir Muravyov
Nikolai Sidorov
Aleksandr Aksinin
Andrey Prokofyev
38.68
2.  France (FRA) Antoine Richard
Pascal Barré
Patrick Barré
Hermann Panzo
39.01
3.  Bulgaria (BUL) Pavel Pavlov
Vladimir Ivanov
Ivaylo Karanyotov
Petar Petrov
39.25
4.  Jamaica (JAM) Don Quarrie
Colin Bradford
Michael Davis
Albert Lawrence
39.71
5.  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) Edwin Noel
Hasely Crawford
Chris Braithwaite
Andrew Bruce
39.74
6.  Senegal (SEN) Boubacar Diallo
Momar N'Dao
Cheikh Touradou Diouf
Issa Fall
40.25
7.  Seychelles (SEY) Marc Larose
Régis Tranquille
Casimir Pereira
Vincent Confait
41.71
8.  Cuba (CUB) Osvaldo Lara
Alejandro Casañas
Silvio Leonard
Tomás González
DNF

RANK NATION HEAT 2 TIME
1.  East Germany (GDR) Sören Schlegel
Eugen Ray
Bernhard Hoff
Thomas Munkelt
38.65
2.  Poland (POL) Krzysztof Zwoliński
Zenon Licznerski
Leszek Dunecki
Marian Woronin
38.83
3.  Great Britain (GBR) Mike McFarlane
Allan Wells
Cameron Sharp
Drew McMaster
39.20
4=.  Nigeria (NGR) Hammed Adio
Kayode Elegbede
Samson Oyeledun
Peter Okodogbe
39.48
4=.  Brazil (BRA) Milton de Castro
Nelson dos Santos
Katsuhiko Nakaya
Altevir de Araújo
39.48
6.  Hungary (HUN) István Tatár
István Nagy
László Babály, Sr
Ferenc Kiss
39.97
7.  Congo (CGO) Louis Nkanza
Théophile Nkounkou
Jean-Pierre Bassegela
Antoine Kiakouama
40.09
8.  Sierra Leone (SLE) Rudolph George
Sheku Boima
William Akabi-Davis
Walter During
42.53

See also

References

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