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Results Women's 4x400m Relay - FINAL
Afternoon session

Final - Saturday 11 August 2012 - 20:25
Position   Lane   Team   Country   Mark

1   7   United States
(Deedee Trotter; Allyson Felix; Francena McCorory; Sanya Richards-Ross)  USA 3:16.87    (SB)
2   5   Russia
(Yulia Gushchina; Antonina Krivoshapka; Tatyana Firova; Natalya Antyukh)  RUS 3:20.23    (SB)
3   6   Jamaica
(Christine Day; Rosemarie Whyte; Shericka Williams; Novlene Williams-Mills)  JAM 3:20.95    (SB)

4   4   Ukraine
(Alina Lohvynenko; Olha Zemlyak; Hanna Yaroshchuk; Nataliya Pyhyda)  UKR 3:23.57    (SB)
5   9   Great Britain & N.I.
(Shana Cox; Lee McConnell; Perri Shakes-Drayton; Christine Ohuruogu)  GBR 3:24.76    (SB)
6   8   France
(Phara Anacharsis; Muriel Hurtis; Marie Gayot; Floria Guei)  FRA 3:25.92    .
7   2   Czech Republic
(Denisa RosolovŠ; Zuzana BergrovŠ; Jitka BartonickovŠ; Zuzana HejnovŠ)  CZE 3:27.77    .
.    3   Nigeria
(Omolara Omotosho; Muizat Ajoke Odumosu; Regina George; Bukola Abogunloko)  NGR DQ   
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Results Men's 4x100m Relay - FINAL
Afternoon session

Final - Saturday 11 August 2012 - 21:00
Position   Lane   Team   Country   Mark

1   6   Jamaica
(Nesta Carter; Michael Frater; Yohan Blake; Usain Bolt)  JAM 36.84    (WR)
2   7   United States
(Trell Kimmons; Justin Gatlin; Tyson Gay; Ryan Bailey)  USA 37.04    (NR)
3   9   Trinidad and Tobago
(Keston Bledman; Marc Burns; Emmanuel Callender; Richard Thompson)  TRI 38.12
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4   3   France
(Jimmy Vicaut; Christophe Lemaitre; Pierre-Alexis Pessonneaux; Ronald Pognon)  FRA 38.16    .
5   4   Japan
(Ryota Yamagata; Masashi Eriguchi; Shinji Takahira; Shota Iizuka)  JPN 38.35    .
6   8   Netherlands
(Brian Mariano; Churandy Martina; Giovanni Codrington; Patrick van Luijk)  NED 38.39    .
7   2   Australia
(Anthony Alozie; Isaac Ntiamoah; Andrew McCabe; Joshua Ross)  AUS 38.43    .
.    5   Canada
(Gavin Smellie; Oluseyi Smith; Jared Connaughton; Justyn Warner)  CAN DQ   .
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T&T athletes reach 10 finals in Olympic events
« Reply #122 on: August 12, 2012, 04:08:58 AM »
http://www.newsday.co.tt/news/0,164665.html

TT athletes reach 10 finals in Olympic events
Sunday, August 12 2012


They are...

1. George Bovell III - 7th (50m freestyle)

2. Kelly-Ann Baptiste - 6th (Womenís 100m sprint)

3. Richard Thompson - 7th (Menís 100m sprint)

4. Jehue Gordon - 6th (Menís 400m hurdles)

5. Lalonde Gordon - 3rd (Menís 400m sprint)

6. Semoy Hackett - 8th (Womenís 200m sprint)

7. Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, Ade Alleyne-Forte, Deon Lendore - Menís 4x400m relay

8. Keshorn Walcott - 3rd Menís javelin

9. Kai Selvoy, Semoy Hackett, Michelle-Lee Ahye, Kelly-Ann Baptiste - Womenís 4x100 relay

10. Keston Bledman, Richard Thompson, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender - Menís 4x100 relay


CARIBBEAN MEDALLISTS AT LONDON 2012

Cuba (10)
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4 Gold - Mijain Lopez Nunez (Menís 120-kilogramme Greco-Roman - wrestling), Leuris Pupo (Menís 25-metre Rapid Fire Pistol - shooting), Idalys Ortiz (Womenís Over-78 kg - judo)

Lazaro Alvarez Estrada, Boxing Menís Bantam weight

3 Silver - Yarisley Silva (Womenís pole vault - track and field), Asley Gonzalez (Menís Under-90kg - judo), Yanet Bermoy Acosta (Womenís Under-52 kg - judo).

3 Bronze - Ivan Cambar Rodriguez (Menís 77kg - weightlifting)

Leonel Suarez, Menís Decathalon

Yasnier Toldeo Lopez, Boxing Menís Lightweight


Jamaica (10) -

3 Gold - Usain Bolt (Menís 100m sprint), Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Womenís 100m sprint).

Usain bolt (Menís 200m sprint)

4 Silver - Yohan Blake (Menís 100m sprint), Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Womenís 200m sprint), Yohan Blake (Menís 200m sprint)

3 Bronze - Hansle Parchment (Menís 110m hurdles), Veronica Campbell-Brown (Womenís 100m sprint), Warren Weir (Menís 200m sprint)


Dominican Republic (2) -

1 Gold - Felix Sanchez (Menís 400m hurdles).

1 Silver - Luguelin Santos (Menís 400m sprint).


Grenada (1) -

1 Gold - Kirani James (Menís 400m sprint).


Trinidad and Tobago (4) -

1 Gold - Keshorn Walcott (Javelin Throw)

1 Bronze - Lalonde Gordon (Menís 400m sprint).

1 Bronze Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, Ade Alleyne-Forte, Deon Lendore (Menís 4x400m relay)

1 Bronze - Keston Bledman, Richard Thompson, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender - (Menís 4x100 relay.)


Bahamas (1)

1 Gold - Ramon Miller, Chris Brown, Demetrius Pinder, Michael Mathieu (Menís 4x400m relay)
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BBC Live Closing Ceremony Coverage - Day 16 Sun.12th August 2012

Link for dedicated coverage of Olympics Closing Ceremony from Olympic Stadium London.
The curtain formally comes down on the 30th Olympiad with a celebration of British music.

Click this link to view live coverage: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/bbc_one_2012_hd
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Dear TnT Athletes of the 2012 London Olympics,

Thank you for the dedication, success and inspiration you each demonstrated throughout these Olympics. You persevered in the face of adversity, in the spite of  the deficits we face as  a nation in promoting athletics, you remained true to our sense of national pride ( unlike some who chose other countries  to compete for) . Your efforts have spurned an oasis of hope for teh next generation and for  future athletic world competition. Unlike the football glory, let's build on the success at these games for 2016.
Thanks to each and every one of you for the cherished memories and for doing our nation proud.
A Trini abroad

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I would like to pay special tribute to our ladies for their great efforts and would encourage them to hold up their heads up and keep up the hard work to reach and earn respect at the top of their sport despite the disappointment in the 4x100m relay final in which they were serious medal contenders.

I believe our women 4x100m relay are now firmly in the top 5 in the world and can only improvement with hard work and can soon be in the top 3 alongside USA and Jamaica hopefully in time for World Champs next year.

I would also like to see our 400m and 4x400m relay women earn firm spots in the top 16 in the world. It would be great to also see a T&T Women 4x400m relay team representing us at World Champs next year.

Keep up the good work ladies, win or lose we love you and support you for your efforts to get to the top of your sport.
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I would like to pay special tribute to our ladies for their great efforts and would encourage them to hold up their heads up and keep up the hard work to reach and earn respect at the top of their sport despite the disappointment in the 4x100m relay final in which they were serious medal contenders.

I believe our women 4x100m relay are now firmly in the top 5 in the world and can only improvement with hard work and can soon be in the top 3 alongside USA and Jamaica hopefully in time for World Champs next year.

I would also like to see our 400m and 4x400m relay women earn firm spots in the top 16 in the world. It would be great to also see a T&T Women 4x400m relay team representing us at World Champs next year.

Keep up the good work ladies, win or lose we love you and support you for your efforts to get to the top of your sport.

 :beermug:

Have to settle our nerves, the practicing of the 4x100 relays was well publicized.  Need to learn how to stay calm and relaxed on the grandest of stages and then of course deliver
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