Tori Bowie added another gold medal to her name at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.
Called the world's fastest woman, helped the US track team win the 4x100 meter relay in a world-best 41.82 seconds.
As they come off the final bend it's close between USA, Britain, Germany and Jamaica but Torie Bowie shows the pace which won her the 100m world title to win by a comfortable margin, with Britain taking a well-earned silver ahead of Jamaica in third!
USM's Tori Bowie wins second gold at World Championships
Bowie, a native of Sand Hill, will bring home two gold medals from London after becoming the first American woman since 2005 to win the 100 meters last Sunday.
Aaliyah Brown and Morolake Akinosun rounded out the winning team.
Bowie was shadowed all the way to the line by Briton Daryll Neita who led her team to silver, in 42.12, ahead of 2015 champions Jamaica who were missing their usual anchor runner in Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
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Jamaican team doctor Dr Kevin Jones later confirmed that Bolt had suffered from "cramp in his left hamstring". "It was ridiculous. There will be a fair amount of emotion from the stands as Mo Farah also runs in his last track race - the 5,000 metres final.