Nairobi 2020: Nigeria Wins Mixed 4×400m Relay with a Championship Record

The World Athletics Under 20 Championships started yesterday (opening ceremony) at the Kasarani National Sports Stadium in Nairobi, Kenya.

Nigeria’s 4×400m broke the championship record in 3:19.70 to win the gold medal whiles Poland won the silver medal in 3:19.80 and India make it history by taking home the bronze medal in 3:20.60 respectively. Nairobi 2020: Nigeria Wins Mixed 4×400m Relay with a Championship Record.

Below are the full official results.

Position  Athlete Time Country


1.       Johnson Nnamani

2.       Imaobong Nse Uko

3.       Opeyemi Deborah Oke

4.       Bamidele Ajayi


3:19.70  (CR)





1.       Michal Wrobel

2.       Kornelia lesiewicz

3.       Alicja Kaczmarek

4.       Patryk Grzegorzewicz


3:19.80  (SB)





1.       Barath Sridhar

2.       Priya Habbathanahalli Mohan

3.       Summy

4.       Kapil


3:20.60  (SB)





1.       Shaemar Uter

2.       Alliah Baker

3.       Aalliyah Francis

4.       Malachi Johnson


3:23.04  (SB)





1.       Antonie Matthys Norte

2.       Molepo Precious

3.       Angelique Strydom

4.       Lythe Pillay


3:23.04  (SB)


South Africa



1.       Stefano Grendene

2.       Alexandra Almici

3.       Alessandra Iezzi

4.       Tommaso Boninti


3:24.26  (SB)





1.       Dilshan Udunuwara

2.       Tharushi M. Dissanayaka

3.       Lakshima Mendis

4.       Isuru Bans


3:26.39  (PB)


Sri Lanka



1.       Tadeas Placek

2.       Nikola Bisova

3.       Lucie Zavadilova

4.       David Bix

3:28.51 Czech Republic

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