Jamaica's Usain Bolt after his team posted a world-record time of 36.84 seconds in the 4x100 relay Saturday night.
"I knew it was over when I saw Yohan (Blake) catching Tyson Gay, I knew it was over because I knew (Ryan) Bailey could not outrun me on the straight."
Respect for Americans?
"I've said earlier without the U.S., we'd be nobody. The U.S. without Jamaica would be nobody. We challenge each other every season.
More on that baton:
"I asked and I guess somebody talked to the guy and said you need to give him that back. So I got it."
Party in the making?
"I don't know if it's in the making, but I'm going out."
— Jenna Fryer — Twitter http://twitter.com/jennafryer
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