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by the Florida team of Kunle Fasasi, Grant Holloway, Chantz Sawyers, and Benjamin Lobo Vedel. This time was not record-eligible because Fasasi represents Nigeria, Holloway represents the United States, Sawyers represents Jamaica, and Vedel represents Denmark. Alfred, Garland and Wilson threaten world records at NCAA Indoor Championships". World Athletics. 12 March 2023 . Retrieved 23 March 2023. Note: The above world record was bettered by three teams at the 2018 NCAA Division I Championship on 10 March 2018 in College Station, United States:
Lewis Davey, Laviai Nielsen, Rio Mitcham and Yemi Mary John crossed the line in 3:11.06 for the Brits, while Czechia's Matěj Krsek, Tereza Petrzilkova, Patrik Šorm and Lada Vondrova came home in 3:11.98 - both times new national records for each team. Butch Reynolds ran a 43.23 split and Michael Johnson (both USA) ran a 42.91 split in the 1993 Stuttgart World Championship final; the USA team's final time of 2:54.29 is the current world record.
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Marita Koch ( GDR) ran a 47.70 split in Erfurt 1984, a 47.9 split in the 1982 European Championship final, and a 47.9 split at the 1985 Canberra World Cup. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-olympics-rio-doping-russia/russia-stripped-of-beijing-2008-4x400m-womens-silver-medal-idUSKCN10U242
Key competition decisions made at 227th World Athletics Council Meeting". World Athletics. 15 March 2022 . Retrieved 9 April 2022. All-time men's best 4 × 400m Relay". alltime-athletics.com. 13 August 2017 . Retrieved 13 August 2017. Roy Jordan (10 March 2018). "Norman breaks world indoor 400m record at NCAA Indoor Championships". IAAF . Retrieved 12 March 2018.A Russian team of Svetlana Pospelova, Natalya Nazarova, Kseniya Vdovina and Tatyana Firova originally finished second in the 2010 World Indoor Championships, but was disqualified after Firova was found to have used performance-enhancing drugs. 
dq2 The Russian team ( Antonina Krivoshapka, Natalya Antyukh, Lyudmila Litvinova and Anastasiya Kapachinskaya) originally finished third in the 2011 World Championships, but was disqualified after Kapachinskaya was found to have used performance-enhancing drugs. A USA team ran 2:56.45 in Seville in 1999 but the performance was annulled due to the use of performance-enhancing drugs by Antonio PettigrewJavier Clavelo Robinson (21 August 2022). "Miller-Uibo delights home crowd as nine more records fall at NACAC Championships". World Athletics . Retrieved 31 August 2022. A Russian team of Yuliya Gushchina, Kseniya Ustalova, Marina Karnaushchenko and Aleksandra Fedoriva originally finished third in the 2012 World Indoor Championships, but was disqualified in 2019 after Gushchina was found to have used performance-enhancing drugs.