How many Olympics has Allyson Felix competed in?
With these six golds from team relays and one from an individual event, Felix became the first female track and field athlete to ever win seven Olympic gold medals.
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Who is the most decorated female Olympian?
Most number of Olympic medals won
Among the women, former Soviet gymnast Larisa Latynina, with 18 Olympic medals, is the most successful female Olympian.
What did Allyson Felix do in the Olympics?
American Allyson Felix has made history in what will almost certainly be her last Olympic race. The sprinter earned a gold medal in the 4-x-400 meter relay Saturday. The 11th career medal gave her more medals than any American in track and field history.
Who has more medals than Allyson Felix?
Felix, who became the most-decorated woman in Olympic track history when she won bronze in the 400m on Friday night in Tokyo, now passes Carl Lewis with the most track medals of any US athlete. Of her 11 medals, seven are gold. Paavo Nurmi of Finland holds the all-time mark with 12 medals from 1920-28.
Did Allyson Felix break Carl Lewis’s record?
Allyson Felix breaks record for most U.S. Olympic track medals, surpassing Carl Lewis. … On the last night of competition at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium, the Southern California native claimed the spotlight one final time, eclipsing Carl Lewis by winning her 11th Olympic track medal and sixth as part of a relay.
Which is the smallest country to win an Olympic medal?
San Marino becomes the smallest country to win an Olympic medal.
- TOKYO — San Marino waited 61 years for its first Olympic medal, which came on Thursday. …
- In 2012, it seemed as if the tiny land had finally struck silver or bronze.