2012 Olympics: Three Jamaicans Win Medals In Men's 200m Final

The country of Jamaica claimed all three of the medals up for grabs in the men's 200m final on Thursday. Usain Bolt led nearly the entire way and crossed the line first, finishing in an incredible time of 19.32. The win marks yet another gold medal in what has become one of the best careers in track & field history.

Yohan Blake won the silver medal while racing in 19.44 seconds. Fellow countryman Weir Warren took third place in a time of 19.84, just ahead of American sprinter Wallace Spearman. Spearman finished in 19.90 seconds.

You can find the full results from the race here. If you missed it this afternoon, NBC will be re-airing the event in primetime this evening.

Stick with the SB Nation Seattle StoryStream for more coverage of local athletes at the 2012 Olympic Games. For more on the 2012 Olympic Games, make sure that you check out SB Nation's dedicated Olympics hub.

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