Allyson Felix Biography
Born on November 18 1985, Allyson Felix is an American athlete of track and sprint runner, usually competes in 100 meters, 200 meters and 400 meters. She was born as Allyson Michelle Felix to her parents Paul and Marlean. At the early age of 18, she competed in her first Olympics in 2004, Athens. She has won 6 gold medals in Olympic Games and 9 gold medals in World Championships and altogether 23 gold medals in different competition. she won her first gold medal She belongs to mixed ethnicity and her nationality is American. She was born in California and grew up there. She also has one brother, Wes, who is her agent and also a sprinter.
Allyson is active in social media and she has got million of followers. She is 5 feet 6 inch tall in height and looks perfect.
She was in the news when Shaunae Miller won gold in 400m at Rio with a controversial diving finish. While it looked like Shaunae fell towards the finish line.
Alyson is not married, but she has a boyfriend, Kenneth Ferguson. They been dating for more than a decade and rumored to be secretly married, but there is no any official statement by Allyson as Kenneth being her husband.
As she has won many gold medals in different competitions, her net worth is calculated to be $8.5 million.Edit
Born in California, New York
Allyson Felix was born in the mid 1980s in California, New York. Her mother, Marlean is an elementary school teacher at Balboa Management Elementary and her father, Paul is an ordained minister and professor of New Testament at The Master’s Seminary. She has also a nickname as “Chicken Legs.”Edit
Graduated from Los Angeles Baptist High School
Allyson graduated from Los Angeles Baptist High School, California in 2003. While she was in ninth grade she began to recognize her athletic talents and then she tried out for track. She graduated from there with a degree in elementary education.Edit
Won gold medal at 2004 Summer Olympics
Just at the age of 18 she competed in 2004 Summer Olympics and finished as a Silver medalist in 200 meters, behind Veronica Campbell of Jamaica. She finished her run in 22.18 seconds and made a World Junior record over 200 meters.Edit
Competed in World’s Championship in Helsinki in 2005
Allyson competed at World’s Championship in Helsinki in 2005 and finished as a gold medalist in 200 meters. She was just 19, during that time and she became the world’s youngest gold medalist. After two years, she successfully defended her at Osaka.Edit
In relationship with Kenneth Ferguson
Allyson Felix is in relation with Kenneth Ferguson since, 2005. They are together for more than 11 years but they are not married and neither have they had any children. Allyson boyfriend loves her and shows his support by social media posts.
Competed in 2008 Olympics
Allyson competed in Olympics, Beijing in 2008 and again finished as silver medalist in 200 meters. She was again behind by Jamaican Veronica Campbell. But she finished as a gold medalist in 4 x 400 meters relay as a member of the U.S. women’s team.Edit
Competed in World’s Championship, Berlin (2009)
Allyson competed in World’s Championship, Berlin (2009). She finished as a gold medalist in 200 meters and 4 x 400 meters. She completed her 200 meters run at 22.02 seconds to beat Jamaica’s Olympic gold medalist Veronica Campbell-Brown.Edit
Competed in World’s Championship, Daegu (2011)
Allyson again competed in World’s Championship, Daegu (2011). She won two gold medals in 4 x 100 m relay and 4 x 400 m relay. She was a member in team USA in relay. She also participated in 200 and 400 meters but she didn’t finish as a winner in those competition.Edit
Competed in 2012 London Olympics
Allyson gain competed in 2012 London Olympics and finished as a gold medalist in 4 x 100 m relay and 4 x 400 m relay. She was the member of U.S. team in the relay. She also competed in 100 m and 200 m and finished 5th in 100 m and gold medal in 200 m.Edit
Competed in World’s Championship, Beijing
In the year 2015, she competed in World’s Championship, Beijing. She finished as a gold medalist in 400 m run. It was her first gold medal in 400 m run. By doing so, she became the first woman to win gold medal in both 200m and 400m.Edit
Competed in 2016 Olympics
In the year 2016, she competed in 2016 Olympics at Rio de Janerio, Brazil. She finished as a gold medalist in 4 x 100 m relay and 4 x 400 m relay, where she was the member of U.S. team. She also competed in 200m and 400m but couldn’t finish as a winner.Edit