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U.S. Women’s Relay Team Strikes a Pose Before Championships

The 4x400-meter relay team pauses for an iconic Charlie’s Angels pose.

U.S. Women’s Relay Team Strikes a Pose Before Championships

Before the U.S. Women’s 4x400-meter relay team competed in the world championships in Beijing this weekend, they charmed the crowd by striking a Charlie’s Angels pose.

Before running their relay, Sanya Richards-Ross, Allyson Felix, Natasha Hastings, and Francena McCorory demonstrated confidence as they entered the arena, and photographer Patrick Smith from Getty Images captured the moment.

The U.S. women’s relay team took silver for the second straight time at the worlds, losing time with a hesitant baton handover. Jamaica defeated the men’s and women’s American teams, taking its seventh gold medal and denying Allyson Felix a 10th world title, according to ESPN.com.

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