Blake looking to claim Bolt's crown
Yohan Blake, left, and Usain Bolt celebrate following Jamaica's 4x100m relay win
Olympic gold medallist Yohan Blake believes his time will come to take over from fellow countryman and the world's fastest man Usain Bolt.
Blake joined Bolt as part of the Jamaican team that won the men's 4x100 metres relay final at the London Games after finishing runner-up to his training partner in the 100m and 200m.
Blake, who had beaten Bolt in the Jamaican Olympic trials, told Sky sports News: "When I came into London I knew when he got a bit of fitness he was going to be great. I think this is his time and I'm going to get my time."
Blake also paid tribute to the British fans who made him very welcome in London, adding: "I think it was a wonderful Olympic Games. The people, every day the stadium was full and the British they supported us, not only their athletes.
"I love London, I love the British people. When I finished my race and I won my medal people were hugging me, I loved that."
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