Usain Bolt led his Racers Track Club (RTC) of Jamaica to victory in the 4x100 metres relay to culminate the Sainbury’s Anniversary Games here.

Bolt, who returned to the iconic London Olympic Stadium to win the 100m Friday, sped ahead to complete the relay in a new meet record of 37.75 seconds here Saturday, reports Xinhua.

The team of Mario Forsythe, Kemar Bailey-Cole, Warren Weir and Bolt was never threatened as they displayed flawless baton passing to win ahead of France (38.45 secs) and Canada (38.58 secs).

Great Britain continues to be plagued by baton error and similar to its early exit from the Olympic Games, the team failed to finish.

Bolt credits the togetherness of teammates for their display on Saturday.

“It was good running with my teammates, especially the guys I see every day, so it was nice,” he said.

“We haven’t run a lot of relays together, but just being around each other every day we can understand each other and we know how fast we are personally, so it worked out really well.”

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