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In a 4 × 100 meters relay event, each team consists of four runners. Each runner in a team completes 100 meters. A relay baton(a stick) is carried by each runner, after completing 100 meters, it is passed to the team member continuing the next leg. Assuming that each runner runs at a constant speed (the average speed of the runner), and all the first leg runners (of each team) start at the same time. Create a thread class 'RelayRunner' that simulates the behaviour of a runner. A runner must announce his/her name, the starting time of his leg, and the time at which he/she is handing over the relay baton to the next leg runner. Write a class 'RelayTeam' (which includes 4 runners) to model the behaviour of a team participating in the 4 × 100 meters relay event. Create three teams participating in the 4 × 100 meters relay and conduct the race. Print the winning team name once the race is complete.

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Updated 8-Nov-20 22:16pm

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