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to a close on Saturday night, with another gold medal, another world record and yet another sprint trifecta at the Olympic Games. From beginning to end, the last night of track and field before the usual 80,000 people in Olympic Stadium was dominated by multimedal athletes in full glory, including Mo Farah, who might be the most popular man in Mother England just now, after capturing the 5,000-meter gold to go with his 10,000 gold, and Allyson Felix, who won the last of her three gold here by running the fastest leg of the U.S.’s 4x400 relay leg – the highlight of a night that jacked the U.S. medal total to 29 – the most for the Americans since Barcelona

in

1992.

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