Allyson Michelle Felix (born November 18, 1985)1 is an American track and field sprinter who competes in the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 400 meters. At 200 meters, she is the 2012 Olympic champion, a 3-time World champion (200509 and 2-time Olympic silver medalist (200408). At 400 meters, she is the 2015 World champion, 2011 World silver medalist, 2016 Olympic silver medalist, and 2017 World bronze medalist. Felix has won five additional Olympic gold medals as a member of the United States women s relay teams: three at 4 400 meters (200816 and two at 4 x 100 meters (201216).
Outdoor Discipline Performance Wind Place Date Records 100 Metres 10.89 1.5 London (GBR) 200 Metres 21.69 1.0 Eugene, OR (USA) 400 Metres 49.26 Beijing (CHN) 4x100 Metres Relay 40.82 London (GBR) WR, AR Medley Relay Debrecen (HUN) 4x400 Metres Relay London (GBR) Indoor Discipline Performance Wind Place Date Records 50 Metres 6.43 Los Angeles, CA (USA) 60 Metres 7.10 Fayetteville (USA) 200 Metres 23.14 Boston, MA (USA) 300 Metres 36.33 Fayetteville (USA) 400 Metres 51.37 Albuquerque, NM (USA) 4x400 Metres Relay Doha (QAT).
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M AT LAST, FELIX SOLVES OLYMPIC PUZZLE by Bonnie D. Ford LONDON There were no tears for Allyson Felix, and no capering around in celebration, either. After a decade spent chasing the perfect 22 seconds, what she most needed to do was exhale. Deeply. Twice. Her gold-medal time of 21.88 seconds in the 200-meter Olympic event Wednesday wasn t a personal best in the stopwatch sense. It was the culmination of a painstaking couple of years during which Felix tweaked and experimented and hunted for the missing pieces of a jigsaw puzzle she left out where she could see it.