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Allyson Felix has raced her way into history.
The American sprinter took home the bronze medal in the women’s 400-meter Friday at the Tokyo Olympics, securing her 10 Olympic medals, which ties her with Carl Lewis for the most Olympic medals won by an American track and field athlete. She also eclipsed Jamaica’s Merlene Ottey for.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo of Bahamas took gold while Dominican Republic's Marileidy Paulino won silver.
Felix, 35, who has, may get to break the record for most medals for an American track and field athlete if she takes part in Saturday's women’s 4x400-meter relay and that team earns a medal.
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LEGEND! ????— #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) wins the BRONZE in the 400m.
Felix has endured a long road back to the Olympics,in 2018. That year, she gave birth to via emergency cesarean section at 32 weeks after being diagnosed with a severe case of preeclampsia, a pregnancy condition characterized by high blood pressure.
Felix, who has alsofor most gold medals in world championships history, has been open about having doubts about her ability to return to her high level of achievement.
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“So many things in my life had changed,”in March 2020. “My body had gone through so much, and I was scared I wouldn’t be able to return to that top level, which is all I’ve ever known.”
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Video: U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix wins bronze medal in 400M (NBC News)
While she's a towering figure in the Olympic community, Felix has said her role as a mother is more important.
“I am extremely proud to be an elite athlete and to have this legacy on the track, but it doesn’t stop there,”in August 2020.
“I am more than a sprinter, more than an Olympian. I am a mom. If I can use my voice and platform to speak on the inequalities facing Black pregnant women and the Black maternal mortality rate, I absolutely will.”
Felix has also been afor athletes after giving birth. In a , she wrote that former sponsor Nike told her it would pay her 70% less than what she earned before giving birth. Her words spurred the sneaker giant to that guaranteed an athlete’s pay and bonuses for 18 months surrounding pregnancy.
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