Asa Guevara

REGIONAL RIVALRY: Trinidad and Tobago’s Asa Guevara, right, and Jamaican Rusheen McDonald do battle on the third leg of the IAAF World Relays men’s 4x400 metres final at International Stadium Yokohama, in Japan, yesterday. Guevara handed off to Machel Cedenio who completed victory for T&T with a superb come-from-behind run. —Photo: BAHAMAS ATHLETICS/KERMIT TAYLOR

A storming home straight run from Machel Cedenio propelled Trinidad and Tobago to victory in the men’s 4x400 metres final, at the IAAF World Relays here in Yokohama, Japan, yesterday. Deon Lendore, Jereem “The Dream” Richards, Asa Guevara and anchorman Cedenio constructed a superb four-lap effort at International Stadium Yokohama to snatch the title from three-time champions United States.

Third at the final handover, T&T found a hero in Cedenio, the 23-year-old quartermiler digging deep into his reserves to surge past Jamaican Nathon Allen on the back straight, before overhauling American anchor Paul Dedewo at the line. The heroic one-lap run handed the Red, White and Black victory in three minutes, 00.81 seconds—the fastest time in the world this year.

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