Allyson Felix has won bronze in the women’s 400-meter final in Tokyo last Friday, making her the most decorated female track and field athlete in Olympic history. So far, she has six gold medals, three silver and now, one bronze, matching the legendary Carl Lewis’ U.S. record of ten medals.

The 35-year-old  ran her second-fastest time ever with 49.46 seconds.

This was the first time Felix is competing as a mother. Felix has a daughter, Camryn, who she gave birth to, at 32 weeks after an emergency C-section due to severe pre-eclampsia in November 2018.

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