| Date of Birth :|| Nov 8th, 1985
| Age :||33 Years old
| Net Worth :||$8.5Million
| Height :||5 Feet 6 Inches
Allyson Felix, the renowned American runner who has won nine Olympic medals. She is the also known as the first female who won six career gold Olympic medals. Allyson is the lady who contends in the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 400 meters. At 200 meters, she is the 2012 Olympic champion, a 3-time World champion (2005– 09), and 2-time Olympic silver medalist (2004– 08). At 400 meters, she is the 2015 World champion, 2011 World silver medalist, 2016 Olympic silver medalist, and 2017 World bronze medalist.
Allyson was born on 8th November 1985 in California, USA. She follows Christian religion and is the daughter of an ordained minister and professor of New Testament at The Master’s Seminary in Santa Clartia Valley who is her father named Paul and her mother Marlean who is an elementary school teacher at Balboa Magnet Elementary. Allyson’s brother is also a runner named Wes Felix and is the winner of USA Junior Champion in 2002.
Education and Early life
Allyson Felix went to Los Angeles Baptist Secondary School in North Slopes, California, where she was nicknamed "Chicken Legs" by her partners, in light of the fact that the five-foot-six, 125-pound sprinter's body had thin legs in spite of her strength. Yet Felix's insignificance was at appearing chances with her speed on the track and quality in the gym, where, while still in secondary school, she deadlifted no less than 270 pounds.
She attributes quite a bit of her initial accomplishment to her secondary school run mentor, Jonathan Patton. Felix started to find her athletic gifts after she went for track in the ninth grade. Only ten weeks after that first tryout, she completed ninth in the 200 m at the CIF California State Meet. In the coming seasons, she turned into a five-time victor at the meet.
In 2003, she was named the national young ladies' "Secondary School Competitor of the Year" by Olympic style sports News. As a senior, Felix completed second in the 200 m at the US Indoor Track and Field Titles. A couple of months after the fact, before 50,000 fans in Mexico City, she ran 22.11 seconds, the quickest in history for a secondary school young lady (however it couldn't consider a World Junior record in light of the fact that there was no medication testing at the meet. Felix graduated in 2003, standing out as truly newsworthy by renouncing school qualification to sign an expert contract with Adidas. Adidas paid her an undisclosed entirety and grabbed her school educational cost at the College of Southern California. She has since graduated with a degree in rudimentary education.
Felix fit the bill for the 2008 Olympic Recreations amid the 2008 Olympic trials in the 200 meters, yet simply missed meeting all requirements for the 100 meter. Be that as it may, at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, regardless of running her season's best time in the 200 meters at 21.93, Felix again completed second to Campbell, who ran 21.74, the best time in the decade, to secure the gold award. Felix additionally ran the 4 × 400 meters transfer as an individual from the U.S. ladies' group. The group completed initially, giving Felix her first Olympic gold decoration. In the development to the 2009 Big showdowns in Games Felix was a piece of an Assembled States 4 × 100 m transfer group that ran the speediest ladies' dash hand-off in twelve years. Lauryn Williams, Felix, Muna Lee and Carmelita Jeter completed with a period of 41.58 seconds, expediting them to eighth the untouched list. In 2009 matured only 23, Felix continued to guarantee her third 200-meter Big showdowns gold decoration, an extraordinary achievement in ladies' sprinting. Felix timed 22.02 sec to serenely beat Jamaica's Olympic 200 m champion Veronica Campbell-Dark colored. A while later she stated, "It's extremely exceptional to win a third world title. I needed to do it in this stadium, speak to my nation and make Jesse Owens pleased." However, Felix conceded that she would rather have the one gold award that she was absent. "I would love to exchange my three big showdowns for your gold," Felix flippantly said to Veronica Campbell-Dark colored of Jamaica at the medalists' news gathering. She alluded to the 2008 Olympic gold award in the 200 m, a race Felix was vigorously supported to win. She was troubled over completing second to Campbell-Dark colored when it occurred in Beijing and still fixated on it a year later. "I don't think I ever need to get over it," Felix said. "I never need to be happy with losing." in the meantime, she likewise remarked, "I'm only appreciative to have had achievement rapidly, and now and then I do need to squeeze myself and understand this has occurred in not that much time."
In 2010, Felix concentrated on running more 400 m races. Running the 200 m and the 400 m, she turned into the principal individual ever to win two IAAF Precious stone Association trophies around the same time. She proceeded with her predominance by winning 21 races out of 22 begins, just losing to Veronica Campbell-Darker in New York. By chance, it was there that Dark colored set the WL time of 21.98 seconds. In 2011, Felix went to the 'Incomparable City Diversions' held in the roads of Manchester on 15 May. It was there that she set the world driving time in the 200 m, which was 22.12. She additionally ran a 10.89 in the second 100 m of the race.
In the transfer occasions, Felix ran the second leg in both the 4 × 100 m and 4 × 400 m. Group USA won the two occasions and accomplished world-driving circumstances in the two finals as Felix included two Big showdown gold awards to her gathering.
In 2012, Felix came back to the Olympic Trials, the timetable of occasions for all intents and purposes requiring she pick between endeavoring to qualify in the 100 m or 400 m as her optional occasion behind the 200 m.
In the 200 m last at the Olympic Trials, Felix ran an individual best and a meet record of 21.69, the third quickest time an American has ever run and the fourth speediest ever. Carmelita Jeter and Sanya Richards-Ross put second and third separately.
On the last night of games August 11, 2012, Felix ran the second leg of the ladies' 4 × 400 m (in a leg time of 48.20), with DeeDee Trotter, Francena McCorory, and Sanya Richards-Ross, with the triumphant time being 3:16.87, the third quickest time in Olympic history behind the Soviet Association and Joined States at the 1988 Summer Olympics, and the fifth speediest time overall.
In the 2013 Big showdowns in Moscow, Felix entered the 200 m and was required to likewise show up in the hand-off finals, yet pulled up in the 200 m last with hamstring damage and was conveyed from the track. The race was won by Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
Following a nine-month cutback in light of hamstring damage, Felix continued rivalry in the 400 m at the Shanghai Precious stone Association meet in May 2014 which she completed fifth with a period of 50.81. She later contended in the Eugene Jewel Alliance meet for 200 m and completed third with a season's best of 22.44.
As the victor of the 2014 IAAF Precious stone Class 200 meter title, Felix got a bye into the 2015 Big showdowns in Games. Committed to enter the 2015 USA Open air Olympic style sports Titles however not expecting to run the 200, she picked the 400 meters. She won the occasion in 50.19 for her tenth U.S.
In the long run, Felix concentrated on the 400 meters, going ahead to win her first gold decoration in the occasion with an individual best of 49.26 in the last. In doing as such, Felix turned into the main lady to win World titles in the 200 m and the 400 m; also, she has now won the most World gold awards, and most World decorations add up to, out of any American. Later on, she won silver decorations in both the 4 × 100 m hand-off and 4 × 400 m hand-off.
Felix got off to a strangely moderate begin in 2016. Amid a rec center exercise in April, she dropped from a draw up bar and landed ungracefully, winding her correct lower leg and tearing various tendons. Accordingly, she could scarcely even walk and needed to switch up her preparation design. She was slated to keep running in a Jewel Group meet in Doha. At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Felix took her general Olympic pull to nine – six golds and three silvers. Her aggregate matches the six silvers and three bronze decorations held by Jamaican sprinter Merlene Ottey in numerical terms, however, outranks her as far as valuable metal. Felix any desires for winning a 400m gold award missed the mark after she lost by 0.07 to Shaunae Mill operator of Bahamas, who made a sensational jump over the complete line
Felix equaled Merlene Ottey's and Usain Jolt's 14 award count by winning a bronze decoration in the 400m last. She conceded however that the outcome was somewhat disillusioning, as she was planning to hold her title in the discipline. Only a month preceding the titles Felix had won the London's Precious stone Class meet held at a similar track with a world driving time of 49.65. Felix included two gold decorations by being a piece of 4 × 100 m and 4 × 400 m winning transfers, conveying her count up to 16 World's medals.
Regardless of her bustling calendar, she keeps up close relations with her family, particularly her sibling Wes. Allyson Felix is in a long-lasting association with kindred sprinter Kenneth Ferguson.
Allyson’s net worth is around $8.5 million which she earns from her professional career.
Allyson’s height is about 5 feet 6 inches and her weight is 55 kg.
Allyson has 471k fan followers and 10.8k of tweets on Twitter.