Quarrie shrugs off US relay threat
23 July 2012, 14:44
Jamaican sprint legend Donald Quarrie shrugged off America's challenge
to his country's Olympic 100m men's relay title on Monday, but admitted
the women's race was tough to call.
Quarrie, who won 200m gold at the 1976 Olympic Games and now works as
the team's technical director, insisted that Jamaica's men, the world
record-holders with 37.04sec, remain the team to beat.
Last Friday in Monaco, the American team of Trell Kimmons, Justin
Gatlin, Tyson Gay and Ryan Bailey ran a world-leading 37.61sec.
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