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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Yohan Blake
Be it a gold medal or a souvenir from a record relay run, Usain Bolt always gets what he wants at the Olympics.
Tyson Gay was so choked up, he couldn't speak. Justin Gatlin was so happy he struggled to find the right words.
Of course, the gold medal stays in Jamaica. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wouldn't have it any other way.
Now that everyone knows which two races Allyson Felix will run, it's time to find out if Tyson Gay is fit enough to win even one.
"We've got guys that have been running good and we've got Usain Bolt, who's going to run a fast time," Blake said. "It's going to be interesting."