Williams -This is a great team! There are so many girls out there who deserved to be here, so I'm proud of myself for making the team.
Asher-Smith - I'm really happy to be here and run with these girls, and I'm glad I was the last one to run, it was easy.
Imane - It is true I'm the newest one in the team, but after the Anniversary Games in London, I feel very welcome, and very prepared to be part of the team. I still think I can do much better than this. Dina's victories in the 100m and 200m really inspired me.
Phillips - It's been a difficult season, as I had to deal with some injuries. I really wanted to do well here. At the end of the day, I didn't want to embarrass myself by not doing a good first leg.
Samuel: I already had six starts altogether so I have done a lot. But it feels good, we had a lot of fun with girls. before the start, it was like, wai, wait, wait, and suddenly everything was going so fast.
Schippers: It was good. Definitelly we managed it better than in heats. Of course, I already feel a little tired but it is normal at the championships. You just need to do better warm-up and focus.
Lisa Marie Kwayie, first leg:
The season could not end more beautiful. I won this medal in front of my Berlin home crowd. It is a dream come true. After the shot I did not think anything at all, I just set it off and ran.
Gina Lueckenkemper, second leg:
Today it feltl like flying on the back straight. A race like an intoxication, like an inebriation. My goal was to get two medals and I achieved this. My dream came true. This is a genius performance, great teamwork. A relay medal is not a given.
Tatjana Pinto, third leg:
Doing this in front of our home crowd. We just sucked this atmosphere and this energy. We did not think anything at all while running. When I gave Rebekka the batton I shouted something at her but I do not recall what it was.
Rebekka Haase, fourth leg:
I did not understand what Tatjana shouted to me. And it go even noisier in the stadium. I could not hear anything at all anymore. I just let myself be carried to the finish line. It was really phat.