Usain Bolt is taking home three more gold medals after helping Jamaica win the 4x100-meter relay on Saturday in London, in world-record time: 36.84 seconds. The Jamaicans edged out the Americans, who also put up a stellar time of 37.04 seconds, good for the silver medal. Bolt added on to his stack of gold medals; he claimed gold in the 100m and 200m dashes earlier in the games. Trinidad and Tobago nabbed the bronze medal.
Also standing tall on the track on Saturday was Team USA's women's 4x400-meter relay team. Team USA cruised to a gold medal win with a time of 3:20.95. Allyson Felix earned her third gold medal of the games, while Sanya Richards-Ross earned her second gold medal from London. Felix ran the second leg and the best split of her teammates at 47.8 seconds.
The Olympics wind down on Sunday with the gold medal men's basketball game and men's marathon highlighting the day's events.
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