Saturday at the 2012 Summer Games, two local athletes had the opportunity to earn medals in London. Cyclist Georgia Gould captured a bronze early in the day in the women's mountain bike event, and Saturday afternoon Francenea McCorory of Hampton, Virginia earned a gold medal along with her track teammates in the women's 4x400m relay.
The U.S. team, composed of DeeDee Trotter, Allyson Felix, Sanya Richards-Ross and McCorory blew away the field, winning by almost four seconds with an official time of 3:16.87. The Russians took home the silver with a time of 3:20.23, with Jamaica finishing in 3:20.95, earning the bronze.
McCorory finished seventh earlier in the week in the 400m final, won by relay teammate Richards-Ross. Ross earned two gold medals in London, with Felix capturing three golds.
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