Bolt's Jamaica & GB through to 4x100m relay final

From BBC - August 12, 2017

Usain Bolt will appear for the last time at a major championships in London on Saturday after Jamaica qualified for the men's 4x100m relay final at the World Championships.

Bolt anchored the quartet to victory in 37.95 seconds in their heat at London Stadium.

The final takes place at 21:50 BST.

Both Great Britain's men's and women's 4x100m teams safely made it through to their finals, finishing second in their heats.

The GB men, featuring Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake who finished fourth in the 200m, ran the nation's second fastest time ever of 37.76 behind heat winners and fastest qualifiers USA who clocked 37.70.

The British women's four recorded a season's best time of 41.93 behind USA who ran 41.84. The final is at 21:30.

Bolt, who finished third in the individual 100m behind winner Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman, said: "I enjoy relays more than anything.

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