Allyson Felix's anchor helps USA edge out 3×100 relay at Inspiration Games | NBC Sports

Allyson Felix’s final leg, along with strong performances from Tianna Bartoletta and Candace Hill, helped Team USA remotely win the 3×100 meter relay by just .25 seconds at the Inspiration Games #NBCSports #AllysonFelix #TiannaBartoletta

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Allyson Felix’s anchor helps USA edge out 3×100 relay at Inspiration Games | NBC Sports


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  1. I think this simul-"satellite" cast like competition is so cool, and perhaps should kept as an event prior to the track outdoor season with multiple running relay events. Hopefully audiences will be allowed to attend even if limited.

  2. a suggestion…instead of 3 side by side skinny panels…have 3 wider ones on top of each other with the cameras in the same spot on all 3 tracks….that way we can see the runners in relation to each other on the track.

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