Olympian Allyson Felix, a 31-year-old star athlete for 200m and 400m gave a great performance in the past Olympics and wants to do the same in the upcoming Olympics.
This amazing athlete has the record of most gold medals amongst the women and if she gets into 2020 Olympics then, she will have the record of the woman to have played 6 Olympics. Along with that if she wins a gold, then there will be a record of the oldest athlete to win a medal.
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Last year, the Olympian was injured in her gym by tearing two ligaments in her right ankle due to that she could not perform well and she had to satisfy herself with a silver in the Olympics for 400m edged by the Bahamas' Shaunae Miller by 07. But what she really wanted was to race the 200m and 400m in Rio (Olympics 2016).
Now, let's take a look at her Career
Talking about Allyson Felix Career, she has always been a runner. In her running career, for the USA she brought home some big trophies like USATF Championships; six-time USATF Outdoor 200m champion in the year 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2012 along with that she is also a two-time USATF Outdoor 400m champion in the year 2011 and 2015.
Those were some of her golds, in 200m and 400m in the USATF. Besides that Felix also is the outdoor 100m champion 2010, indoor 400m champion 2010 and many others
Above were the USATF career of Allyson Felix, now let's talk about the International Championships; To make you clear here's a table.
|2001||World Youth 100m gold medalist,|
|2003||Pan American Games bronze medalist,|
|2004||Olympic 200m silver medalist,|
|2005||World Outdoor 200m gold medalist,|
|2007||World Outdoor 200m gold medalist, World Outdoor 4x100m gold medalist, World Outdoor 4x400m gold medalist|
|2008||Olympic 200m silver medalist, Olympic relay gold medalist,|
|2009||World Outdoor 200m gold medalist, World Outdoor 4x400m gold medalist|
|2011||World Outdoor 400m silver medalist, World Outdoor 4x100m gold medalist, World Outdoor 400m silver medalist, 200m bronze medalist|
|2012||Olympic relay gold medalist, Olympic 200m gold medalist|
|2015||World Outdoor 400m gold medalist, World Outdoor 4x100m,|
That was the career of Allyson Felix both national in international. Now, let's talk about her Awards.
Talking about Allyson Felix awards, she has been honored by Best Female Track Athlete ESPY Awards in 2006. After that she was honored with the Glamour Awards For the Unstoppable in 2012 along with that she has also been the Five-time Jesse Owens/ Jackie Joyner-Kersee award.
Check out a twitter post where she is receiving an award
Check out the video
In 2020, Felix could possibly try to become the oldest U.S. women’s Olympic medalist in an individual track and field event, beating the mark set by Jackie Joyner-Kersee at Atlanta 1996. By even making in the Olympic team, she would match the record for U.S. Olympic track and field appearances at five with Gail Devers, Amy Acuff, and Willye White.
Here, take a look at an Instagram post where Allyson Felix is working out or shall we say getting ready for 2020 Olympics
We wish Allyson Felix a very best of luck for her 2020 Olympics and we hope she adds up some more records to her name.