Olympic Moments: Weekend Edition

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By Brian Geiger, Fox 8 News in the Morning Producer

A bolt struck on the track where an American turned in a golden performance. Plus, a Brit captured Olympic glory on the tennis court.

We can't show you the highlights, but we can show you coverage like no other station. Here are this weekend's Olympic Moments: (Watch above)

No one can catch Usain Bolt! The gold medal winner from the Beijing Games in 2008 captured gold again in London. He ran the 100 meters in 9.63 seconds -- a new Olympic record! Bolt is the first sprinter to defend his Olympic title since Carl Lewis did in 1998.

Teammate Yohan Blake won the silver, while American Justin Gatlin took home the bronze.

Four years after winning a disappointing bronze medal, Sanya Richards-Ross struck gold! The American finished first in Sunday's women's 400 meters. Richards-Ross surged down the stretch, winning with a time of 49.55 seconds.

This is the United States' first gold medal in track and field of the London Games.

Andy Murray didn't win the Wimbledon title last month, but he has the next best thing: a gold medal. The British tennis star defeated Roger Federer in a rematch of last month's men's finals on the very same court at the All-England Tennis Club.

Murray won in straight sets: 6-2, 6-1, 6-4.

Tennis also wrapped up with the Williams sisters making America proud. Serena and Venus Williams beat a team from the Czech Republic to win the double's crow.

Serena also won the gold medal in the singles competition on Saturday.