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Felix was a major member of the American women’s relay teams that helped the US win six more Olympic gold medals, including two in the 4 100 meters and four straight medals at the 4 400 meters (2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020). (2012 and 2016).

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The current women’s 4 100 meter world record was established by the American women’s team at the 2012 Summer Olympics in 40.82 seconds.

Felix became the only woman in track and field history to ever win seven Olympic gold medals with these six golds from team relays and one from an individual competition.

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Allyson Felix Nike

Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix claimed that when she was approached to take part in a Nike ad promoting female empowerment while discussing maternity benefits with the firm, her “stomach plummeted.”

Who is Allyson Felix?

Allyson The American track and field sprinter Michelle Felix OLY (born November 18, 1985)[1] specialized in the 200-meter sprint from 2003 to 2013 before progressively transitioning to the 400-meter sprint later in her career.

She can compete in the 100-meter, 4-by-100-meter, and 4-by-400-meter relays as well.