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The "Legend" Usain Bolt became the only man in Olympic history to successfully defend both the 100-meter and 200-meter gold medals, coming in at 19.32 seconds and edging Jamaican teammates Yohan Blake and Warren Weir on Thursday night. Crossing the finish line with a finger to his lips – as if shushing his critics – Bolt officially silenced anyone who doubted his standing among the greats in track history
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce doesn't mind a silver to go with her gold. The winner of the 100-meter dash followed it up with a runner-up finish to Allyson Felix of the U.S. in Wednesday night's 200 meters. That didn't diminish the Jamaican's smile — or her status as one of the world’s top sprinters.” I must admit, it was really, really hard to pick yourself up after 100 meters and do three more rounds of 200," she says. "Mentally, as an athlete, it's very difficult for me, especially the fact that it's my first double in a championship."
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Jamaicans have erupted with joy as Usain Bolt dashed into the record books once again and their small country swept the 200-meter . Congratulation Jamaica Team Jamaica 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org 661-467-2407
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