We'll do better next year says Gatlin

Jamaica Observer

Saturday, August 11, 2012

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LONDON, England — American sprinter Justin Gatlin was proud of getting the silver medal behind the record-breaking Jamaican team in the final track event of the London Olympics.

"There was energy coming from the blocks and Tyson (GAY) did a great job on the third. We did it, we did a great job and next year we're going to do an even better race."




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