WATCH US Women's 4x100 w/ 3 High Schoolers become World Champs

The quartet of Teahna Daniels (FL), Ariana Washington (CA), Jada Martin (GA), and Kaylin Whitney (FL) brought home gold for the United States in the first relay finals of the World Junior Championships with a World Junior leading time of 43.46. The US relay featuring three high school sprinters in Daniels, Washington, and Martin ran just off the meet record of 43.40 set by Jamaica in the 2002 World Junior Championships. Watch their gold medal winning race video above and post-race video interview below.