Here's what two American sprinters have to say about coming in second to Usain Bolt and the Jamaican men, who posted a world-record time of 36.84 seconds in the 4x100 relay Saturday night.
Ryan Bailey, who ran the last leg of the relay and got the baton at same time as Bolt:
"Wow. He's a monster. He's a monster."
"Bolt's just a great athlete. He's pushing the boundaries for track and field. I don't fold under the pressure: I want to be right there to push not only the sort but to help (Bolt) get better."
Is he a legend?
"Why not? He's run the times and he's broken the records. I can definitely give him the title of that — he's a living legend."
— Jenna Fryer — Twitter http://twitter.com/jennafryer
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