Georgetown won the college men's 4x800 in 7:25.18.
Toward the back of the pack in the women's 4x800 is Georgetown third-leg runner Olivia Arizin, a Cardinal O'Hara product who is the granddaughter of Villanova basketball legend Paul Arizin.
Indiana wins the college women's 4x800 in 8:33.47.
Now we return to USA vs. the World action with the men's 4x400.
At the first handoff, it's Jamaica, USA Red and Guyana, Now USA Red goes out into the lead, and USA Blue moves up to third.
USA Red, Jamaica, Canada, USA Blue at the second handoff.
USA Red has a huge lead. Canada almost took over second, and might just, but Jamaica is holding on.
USA Blue into third at the last handoff.
Jamaica back into second on the back stretch.
USA Red wins easily, and Canada surges into third in the home stretch. Jamaica falls to fourth, overtakn by the Bahamas at the line.
Bahamas anchor Alonzo Russell ran a 44.89 split.
Shericka Jackson opens for Jamaica Gold. Rutgers product Gabrielle Farquharson runs third for USA Blue.
Jamaica, Canada and I believe USA Red are 1-2-3 at the first handoff.
Now it's Jamaica Gold in first by a lot, followed by Jamaica Green, Canada and the two U.S. teams.
Jamaica Gold, Canada and Jamaica Green are 1-2-3 at the last handoff.
Jamaica Gold continues to lead by a lot, and will win this thing easily. The race is for second...
Now for the college men's 4x100 Championship of America race. Houston is the favorite.
Houston wins in 39.23, its third title in a row, though they almost blew the last handoff.
Now for the high school boys 4x100 Championship of America. Can Coatesville pull off the upset?
St. Jago blew the field away on the second leg... but... only narrowly wins over Kingston College in a photo finish! 40.83 to 40.86. Coatesville was fifth in 41.82.
South Carolina wins the college women’s 4x400 in 3:32.33. Penn was second in 3:35.43
Philadelphia’s Raevyn Rogers anchored the United States to victory in the women’s sprint medley relay. USA 1:37.87, Jamaica 1:39.5
Now for the men's sprint medley relay. Interestingly, the men's SMR is 200-200-400-800, while the women's SMR is 100-100-200-400.
Kenya wins in 3:16.21, dominating the 800m leg. USA Red second in 3:17.49.