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Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Sportswoman of the Week Ending 8/8/2021
What a fortnight in Tokyo as the world came together despite a global pandemic to celebrate the 2020 Olympics. In 2021. It's hard to nail down a single star, but one great athlete achieved something no American had done before. Win 11 Olympic Medals in Track and Field. Veteran Track superstar Allyson Felix, at her fifth Olympic games dating back to her 18 year-old debut in Athens in 2004 when she won a silver medal in the 200. Felix snatched a bronze in the 400m individual, and gold in the 400m relay to leave Tokyo as the most decorated track athlete in American history. The 400m relay represented a passing of the torch (no pun intended) as the anchor leg was ran by rising superstar Athing Mu, a 19 year-old who (do the math) was a two year old baby when Felix debuted in Athens. Felix will go down as one of the greatest track athletes in what has been one of the greatest eras of women's track, and is a worthy Longhorndave Sportswoman of the Week!
Posted by longhorndave at 9:12 PM
Labels: Allyson Felix, Athing Mu, LHD_PotW, Olympics, Track and Field, United States
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