Watch Allyson Felix Win Bronze in the 400m Dash, Her 10th Career Olympic Medal

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Six-time Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix, 35, won a bronze medal in the 400-meter final on Friday at the Tokyo Olympics, with a time of 49.46 seconds. Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas took gold with a time of 48.36 seconds, and silver medalist Marileidy Paulino of the Dominican Republic finished just ahead of Felix with a time of 49.20 seconds.

Felix now has 10 Olympic medals (six gold, three silver, one bronze), making her the most decorated Olympian in women’s track and field, surpassing Jamaica’s Merlene Ottey. This also means she’s now tied with Carl Lewis as the most decorated Olympic track athlete in US history (Lewis won nine golds and one silver).

Watch Felix’s incredible race above, and see more photos of her proudly winning bronze ahead. Be sure to catch Team USA in Saturday’s 4×400 relay final, where Felix is expected to cap off her fifth and final Games. The US has won the relay at every Olympics since the 1996 Atlanta Games.

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