Allyson Felix is a 10-time Olympic medalist.

The 35-year-old California native, running blind out of lane 9, won bronze in the women’s 400 meters on Friday in a season-best 49.46 seconds.

Defending Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas was the gold medalist in a personal-best 48.36 seconds, and Marileidy Paulino of Dominican Republic the silver medalist in 49.20 clocking, also a personal best.

Felix is now the most decorated female Olympic track-and-field athlete in history. Read More