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August 6, 2012 6:53 AM

Usain Bolt wins 100-meter gold; Lexington's Tyson Gay finishes fourth

LONDON — Four years later, still no one can catch Usain Bolt. He is still No. 1, still the Olympic champion at 100 meters, still the fastest man alive, still history's greatest sprinter, still unmatched in his stirring ability to rise to the moment.

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