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"Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — It’s now official. Usain Bolt has achieved immortality after anchoring Jamaica to victory in the Men’s 4x100m relay to complete an unprecedented treble-triple of gold medals here at the Olympic Stadium la ...", www.jamaicaobserver.com
"Undaunted despite running in the lane beside Usain Bolt, Aska Cambridge anchored the Japan relay team to an Olympic silver medal behind the mighty Jamaicans in an Asian record time of 37.60 on Friday night. Cambridge got the baton about the same time as Bolt, who pulled away to cross the finish in 37.27 to claim his ninth Olympic gold medal and complete a triple-triple — golds in the 100, 200 and relay in three straight Summer Games. [...] Cambridge powered all the way down the straightaway and held off the Americans, Canadians, China and Britain to reward the technically flawless Japanese team with for a silver medal. Canada was elevated into the bronze medal position after finishing in a national record 37.64.", www.sfchronicle.com
"Usain Bolt bid a blazing-fast farewell to the Rio de Janeiro Games - and likely the Olympics altogether - Friday night with yet another anchor leg for the ages. The U.S. finished the race third but endured yet another relay debacle - disqualified because leadoff runner Mike Rodgers passed the baton to Justin Gatlin outside the exchange zone. The Americans protested the ruling, and if it stands it will mark the ninth time since 1995 the U.S. men have been disqualified or failed to get the baton around at Olympics or world championships. Along with Bolt for his final trip down the track were Nickel Ashmeade, training partner Yohan Blake and the Jamaican elder statesman, former world-record holder Asafa Powell. When Bolt received the yellow baton from Ashmeade for his final run down the straightaway, he was maybe a step behind Aska Cambridge of Japan and Trayvon Bromell of the United States. Counting all the preliminaries, finals and his approximately nine-second blast down the", www.houstonchronicle.com