1999 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 4 X 400 Metres Relay - Results - Heats - Heat 1

Heat 1

  1. Bahamas (Timothy Munnings, Troy McIntosh, Carl Oliver, Chris Brown) 3:01.17 Q
  2. France (Pierre-Marie Hilaire, Marc Foucan, Marc Raquil, Fred Mango) 3:01.31 Q (SB)
  3. Great Britain (Geoff Dearman, Mark Hylton, Jared Deacon, Jamie Baulch) 3:02.21
  4. Japan (Jun Osakada, Koji Ito, Kenji Tabata, Kazuhiko Yamazaki) 3:02.50 (SB)
  5. Spain (Antonio Andrés, Juan Vicente Trull, Andrés Martínez, David Canal) 3:02.85 (SB)
  6. Australia (Patrick Dwyer, Brad Jamieson, Scott Thom, Mark Moresi) 3:04.78
  7. Canada (Shane Niemi, Alexandre Marchand, Byron Goodwin, Monte Raymond) 3:05.60
    • Saudi Arabia (Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi, Mohammed Al-Bishi, Hamed Hamadan Al-Bishi, Hadi Soua'an Al-Somaily) DQ

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