By Kayla Amora, EnStarz | Aug 06, 2012 07:31 AM EDT
Ryan Bailey, Olympics 2012 Track and Field athlete placed in 5th during 100-Meter race on Sunday. The hopeful American runner ran with Usain Bolt who won gold and broke an Olympic record. However, Ryan Bailey and other runners were disappointed at the results of their 2012 Olympics performance.
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"There's no pressure on me whatsoever," Bailey said on on Saturday after his qualifying heat. "No one's expecting me to do anything. If I can come out and steal a medal, it's just good for me."
Bailey came in 5th place and therefore did not earn a medal. However, the Olympian did set a new personal best record of crossing the finishing line at 9.88 seconds.
After the 100-Meter race, Statesman Journal reports that Bailey went over a fence to avoid questioning and having to talk about the race.
Tyson Gay of the US, who placed 4th with 9.8 seconds, was also disappointed. Her cried as he spoke to reporters.
"I don't think I could go back and do nothing else," Gay said. "I feel like I ran with the field. I just came up short. That's all I did."
Usain Bolt crossed the finish line first at 9.63 seconds, an Olympic record. Fellow Jaimaican, Yohan Blake, came in 2nd with 9.75 seconds.
Catch the Men's 200-Meter race on August 7 via NBC live streaming.
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