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2012 Olympics, Women's 4x100M Final: Americans Set New World Record, Win Gold Medal Handedly

The United States of America are looking to close out the 2012 London Olympics on a high note, which would include beating the dominant Jamaican runners in the women's 4x100 meter final at Olympic Stadium on Friday. And thanks to a world record time, they Americans did just that.

The team of Tianna Madison, Bianca Knight, Allyson Felix and anchor Carmelita Jeter led the United States to the gold medal, setting a new world record with a time of 40.82 seconds.

Jamaica would finish with the silver medal, finishing in a time of 41.41, while the team from the Ukraine would take home the bronze with a time of 42.04.

You can keep track of the United States, China, Great Britain and more by checking out SI's complete medal tracker here.

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