Allyson Felix Net Worth
What is Allyson Felix's net worth?
Allyson Felix is an American track and field sprint athlete who has a net worth of $4.5 million. Allyson Felix holds more Olympic track and field medals than any other female athlete in history. The only American track and field athlete with more medals is Carl Lewis who has 12 medals. As of this writing Allyson has won 10 Olympic medals.
Allyson Felix was just 18 years old when she finished as a silver medalist in the 200 meter event at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She also set a World Junior record for the 200 meter event with her time of 22.18. Her father, Paul, is a Baptist minister who had been an excellent sprinter as a teen. From her schoolteacher mother, Marlean, Allyson inherited her long legs. Felix followed her older brother, Wes, into the sport, though she did not try out for a track team until her ninth-grade year at Los Angeles Baptist High School in North Hills. She went on to an impressive high school career almost immediately. Just ten weeks after that tryout, she qualified for a state meet. She ended up finishing seventh in the 200-meter event.
After graduating from Los Angeles Baptist High School in 2003, she decided to turn professional. In 2005, she became the youngest ever gold medalist sprinter in the 200 meters at the World Championships in Helsinki. In 2007, she became only the second female athlete (after Marita Koch in 1983) to win three gold medals at a single IAAF World Championships in Athletics. She qualified for the 2008 Olympic Games during the 2008 Olympic trials in the 200 meters. In the build up to the 2009 World Championships in Athletics Felix was part of a United States 4 x 100 m relay team that ran the fastest women's sprint relay in twelve years. She has been hailed as the new savior for an American track-and-field team.
At the 2004 Athens games Allyson won a silver medal in the 200 meter.
At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Allyson won a gold medal in the 4×400 meter relay. She also came home with silver in the 200 meter.
In London in 2012, Allyson won three gold medals.
At the 2016 Rio games she won two gold medals and a silver medal.
At the 2020 Tokyo games Allyson won a bronze medal in the 400 meter.
Allyson's husband Kenneth Ferguson is also a track and field athlete who specializes in hurdles. They have a daughter who was born in 2018.
|Net Worth:||$4.5 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Nov 18, 1985 (35 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Track and field athlete|
|Nationality:||United States of America|