U.S. tops at world relays, but 4x100 team upset

YOKOHAMA, Japan -- The United States won three finals Sunday to finish first overall at the world relays.

Aleia Hobbs crossed the finish line in 43.27 seconds as the U.S. edged Jamaica by just two-hundredths of a second to win the women's 4x100-meter relay. Germany was third in 43.68.

In the day's biggest upset, Brazil beat the U.S. in the men's 4x100-meter relay final.

Brazil anchor Paulo Andre Camilo De Oliveira crossed the finish line in 38.05 seconds, two-hundredths of a second ahead of Noah Lyles. World champion Great Britain was third in 38.15.

Michael Rodgers, Justin Gatlin and Isiah Young were the other runners for the U.S., which won the overall competition with 54 points, 27 ahead of second-place Jamaica.

The U.S. also won the men's 4x200 and the mixed 4x400 on Sunday, adding to victories in the mixed shuttle hurdles relay and the mixed 2x2x400-meter relay Saturday.