Track and Field: Relay golds for Jamaica, U.S.


LONDON – Usain Bolt and the Jamaican 4 x 100 relay team did it again, dropping their world record another two-tenths of a second in winning gold in London.

The Jamaicans finished the race in 36.84 with the Americans finishing second in 37.04 – the same time as the Jamaicans previous world record.

(Listen to Usain Bolt’s interview with Steve Futterman)


(Listen to Justin Gatlin’s interview with Steve Futterman)


(Listen to Ryan Bailey’s interview with Steve Futterman)


In the women’s 4×400 relay, the American team did one spot better. The U.S. women captured gold in 3:16.87 – better than three seconds faster than second-place Russia. Jamaica finished third. The triumph gave Allyson Felix her third gold of these Games.

(Listen to Allyson Felix’s interview with Steve Futterman)


(Listen to DeeDee Trotter’s interview with Steve Futterman)


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