The women track athletes of Team USA finished the 2012 London Olympics strong on Saturday night after winning gold in the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:20.95. Sanya Richards-Ross, the wife of the Jacksonville Jaguars' Aaron Ross, ran the anchor leg of the relay, obtaining her second gold medal of the games adding onto her gold medal from the 400-meter dash.
Russia took silver with a time of 3:16.87 and Jamaica took home the bronze medal with a time of 3:20.95.
The U.S. cruised to victory, benefitting from strong performances from Richards-Ross and Allyson Felix. Ross ran her anchor leg in 49.07 seconds while Felix ran the second leg in 48.85 seconds. DeeDee Trotter ran a strong opening leg and Francesca McCorory ran the third leg.
Felix earned her third gold medal from London, adding on to her golds from the 200-meter dash and the 4x100 relay.
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