Penn Relays is an annual track and field event that takes place at the University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Penn Relays is an annual track and field event that takes place at the University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The event was first held in 1895, making it the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States.

PHILADELPHIA, USA – The stage is set for a thrilling High School Boys’ 4×100 Championship of America final at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Friday (28 April). Some of the best high school sprinters from Jamaica and the United States will compete for the fastest high school relay team title.

Nine teams from Jamaica and the US, including Camperdown, St. Jago, Mallard Creek, Archbishop John Carroll, Jamaica College, IMG Academy, St. Elizabeth Tech, Kingston College, and Wolmer’s Boys, will participate in the event.

The athletes are all set to give their best performances, and the competition guarantees to be a highly competitive event. All eyes will be on the track to see which team will emerge as the fastest high school relay team.

The Penn Relays 2023 will showcase the best of high school track and field, and the High School Boys’ 4×100 Championship of America final is sure to be a highlight of the event.

How many Jamaican teams are in the 4x100m at Penn Relays?

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BIBTEAMLN
AICamperdown (JAM)1
AHSt. Jago (JAM)2
AGMallard Creek (NC)3
AFArchbishop John Carroll (DC)4
AEJamaica College (JAM)5
AAIMG Academy (FL)6
ABSt. Elizabeth Tech (JAM)7
ACKingston College (JAM)8
ADWolmer’s Boys (JAM)9

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