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#Italy produced a stunning performance to win the men’s 4×100 metres relay #Olympic title for the first time in their history on Friday with a national record of 37.50sec. #Britain’s men made up for a poor series of performances in the individual sprints by taking silver in 37.51sec while #Canada won bronze in 37.70sec. Italy’s victory gave their surprise 100m individual #champion Lamont Marcell Jacobs his second gold of the Games.
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