The U.S. women’s team dominated the 4×400-meter relay to win gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, giving Allyson Felix the most medals for any American track athlete ever.
Felix ran the second leg as the U.S. finished in 3 minutes, 16.85 seconds to win by nearly four seconds over Poland (3:20.53). Jamaica (3:21.24) took bronze.
Felix’s 11th career Olympic medal broke a tie with Carl Lewis for the U.S. record. Paavo Nurmi of Finland holds the all-time mark with 12 medals from 1920 to 1928.
Felix won bronze in the 400 meters on Friday.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
U.S. dominates women’s 4×400 relay as Allyson Felix becomes most decorated American track star
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