Jamaica also had a distance win from Kemoy Campbell in the 3000 (7:55).
Reportedly Fraser-Pryce's coach, Stephen Francis, pulled her from the final after she wasn't given a spot in the heats.
*More Info Here: Controversy Surrounds Fraser-Pryce’s World Relays Pull-Out There are accusations of "favoritism" towards certain athletes in certain groups who get more opportunities and amenities.
Sully also pokes fun at US baton exchanges in the 4x200 and Kenya sending something well below their "A" squad.
We recap the sprint action on day 2, with videos for US visitors.
Mike Rodgers talks about teaming up with Gatlin and Gay to get the 4x100 WR.
Nigeria ended up with the win as Bahamas was a DQ and France also a DNF.
Bolt vs Gatlin didn't happen but there was still drama in the 4x100, a disaster in the 4x200, and an apology from Tyson Gay.
"The harder I run the better I'll get over the races so I have to run hard to get my body used to competing and running hard and just to get into race sharpness. ... I need to get into race sharpness so when I go on the circuit I'm at the best and that's the main focus."
So too was Jamaica's 4x200 from World Relays.
"if your rent depended on it, you wanted Blake on your team. The combined winnings of Blake's teams was US$150,000." Brenda Martinez also gets mention in this article for anchoring both the USA 4x1500 and 4x800.
Includes interesting comparison to the US and Jamaica relays. The US got to the Bahamas early to practice hand-offs while Yohan Blake said, "To be honest, we haven't done any practice really. We came from different camps and we just came out here, thought about how we pass the baton in the 4x1 and improvised. That's what we do. We're street smart, we use it on the track as well, and we just use speed for the next part of it."
An analysis of how different Jamaica men's 4x200 WR was to Kenya's women's 4x1500.
Blake had some strong words for Lewis after breaking the record: "He (Lewis) has been talking a lot of smack. Even the other day in India, he said some things about Bolt, but we know we are clean, and we know we are good for the sport. We feel like we always have something to prove. We are taking all his records. There is no more for him,"
UK was 2nd.
Jamaica dominated the 4x100 in 37.77.