Allyson Felix


Facts of Allyson Felix

Full Name:Allyson Felix
Birth Date:November 18, 1985
Age:36 years
Profession:Track, Field Sprint Athlete
Country:United States
Height:5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)
HusbandKenneth Ferguson
Net Worth$4.5 million
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack
Birth PlaceCalifornia
EducationLos Angeles Baptist High School/ University of Southern California
FatherPaul Felix
MotherMarlean Felix
SiblingsWes Felix
InstagramAllyson Felix Instagram

Allyson Felix, an American runner, is also renowned for winning six Olympic gold medals. Due to her nine Olympic medals, she is one of the most decorated female Olympians in the history of track and field.

When did Allyson Felix get her start?

Allyson On November 18, 1985, Michelle Felix was born in California. She is 34 years old as of 2019 and was born under the sign of the Scorpio. Paul (her father) and Maclean are her parents (mother). Her mother works as an elementary school teacher at Balboa Magnet Elementary, while her father is an ordained priest and a professor of New Testament at The Master’s Seminary in Santa Clarita Valley, California.

She has a brother who is older than her and is named Wes Felix. And  now managed by his brother, a sprinter as well. She follows Christ with fervor. BUT She is of mixed race but has American nationality.

How much is her education?

She went to North Hills’ Los Angeles Baptist High School for her studies then recognized her athletic prowess. Then she deadlifted at least 270 pounds while in school. under the direction of her trainer Samson Young. She also had outstanding talent in the track and field. She received the 2003 Track and Field News national girls’ “High School Athlete of the Year” award.

Caption: Allyson Felix, Athlete (Source: Instagram)

She then earned her diploma in 2003. She then decided not to pursue her college eligibility. Instead, she committed to a career with Adidas. Her tuition at the University of Southern California was covered by Adidas. She did, however, earn a degree in elementary education.

Another American woman won three gold medals in the Olympics’ athletics competition.

Later, she competed in the 100-, 200-, 4-, and 4-400-meter relays at the London 2012 Summer Olympics. She won gold medals in the 200 m, 4 x 100 m, and 4 x 400 m relays at that competition. She became only the second American woman to win three gold medals in athletics at an Olympics with this accomplishment. At the Olympics in 1988, Florence Griffith-Joyner became the first female competitor.

Caption: Allyson Felix, Athlete (Source: Instagram)

She competed in the 200 m at the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, where she had a hamstring injury had to be dragged off the track due to how bad it was. thus she was compelled to stop participating in athletics for several months as a result of the injuries. But she made a comeback in the 400 m in the Shanghai Diamond League competition in May 2014 before getting hurt, when she placed sixth.

She put a lot of effort into getting her strength and form back during the next months.then went on to win the 2014 IAAF Diamond League 200-meter championship. She won the 400 m gold at the 2015 World Athletics Championships. Additionally, she won silver in the 4 x 100 m and 4 x 400 m relays.

She also excelled at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, winning the gold medal in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 meter relays. She also took home silver in the 400 meter, bringing her total Olympic medal count to nine—six gold and three silver.


She has received the USATF Jesse Owens Award four times (2005, 2007, 2010, and 2012). In addition, she was the 2006 winner of the Women’s Track & Field ESPY Award. Additionally, she was named the 2012 IAAF Female Athlete of the Year.

How much is  the field athlete Allyson Felix Net Worth?

As of 2022, Allyson Felix’s net worth was about $4.5 million. She earned this kind of money by competing as an American representative in numerous sprinting competitions. It is known that her net worth would gradually rise in the years to come.

What is the name of her husband?

Allyson Felix is indeed married. Her longtime partner, Kenneth Ferguson, is her husband. In 2016, the couple exchanged vows. Later that year, she spent the majority of the year pregnant. Then, on November 28, 2018, she underwent an emergency C-section to give birth to her baby.

Caption: Allyson Felix with her husband and daughter (Source: Instagram)

When she gave birth to her daughter in November 2018, she charged Nike with being unsupportive.

What is her size and weight?

Allyson weighs an average of 55 kg and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches. Because of her lovely smile, the public adores her. She also has black hair, which she wears long the majority of the time. Her eyes are brown in tone. She also has a presence on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.




Caption: Allyson Felix, Athlete (Source: Instagram)
  • Allyson At the Summer Olympics in 2004, Felix made her Olympic debut.
  • Her performance was strong, as she came in second to Veronica Campbell of Jamaica to win the silver medal in the 200 m.
  • At the age of 18, she ran the 200 meters in 22.18 seconds, breaking the World Junior record.
  • She participated in the 2005 World Championships in Helsinki.
  • Hence, she then set a record for being the 200 m gold medalist who was the youngest ever.
  • Likeaise, she successfully defended her championship in Osaka two years later by defeating Veronica Campbell.
  • At the Olympic Games trials for 2008, she was also qualified for the 200 m.
  • She narrowly missed qualifying for the 100 m, though. She won the silver medal in the 200 m in the competition.
  • However, she finished slightly behind Campbell, who took home the gold, at that time.
  • Felix also competed on the American women’s squad in the 4 x 400 m relay.
  • She won the competition at the time, earning Felix a gold medal also participated in the 2009 World Athletics Championships.
  • And she became the first woman to win her third 200 m World Championships gold medal at that time after winning the gold medal in the event once more.
  • At the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, she competed in the 200 and 400 m races from 2010 as well as the 4×100 and 4×400 m relays.
  • Despite failing to win an individual gold at the Championships, she earned two gold medals for teams in the relay events.