U.S., Jamaica reach 4x100 final
LONDON -- Members of the American 4x100 relay team left the Olympic track Friday believing anything's possible -- maybe even a win over Usain Bolt.
With Justin Gatlin running the anchor leg, the U.S. broke a 20-year-old national record in its preliminary round, finishing in 37.38 seconds. The old record, first set in 1992 with Carl Lewis running the anchor leg, was 37.40.
"We're going to figure out a way to go out there and compete with them," Gatlin said. "We're not scared of them."
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