The major income source of Allyson Felix is her salary which comes as an athlete for Track and Field in America. Besides that, she has signed a deal with Adidas which helps her to collect this huge amount of net worth at this young age.
- Allyson Felix is a phenomenal athlete
- Allyson Felix is an inspiration to younger athlete who suffers temporary physical limitations
Undoubtedly, Allyson Felix is at the peak of her success at the highest point she can get.
Allyson Felix has an estimated net worth of 8.5 million dollars. Popular among her fans as 'chicken legged' because of her lanky height, she has broken the world record for the rarely contested 150 meters distance, completing it in just 16.36 seconds.
Allyson Felix is a phenomenal athlete
Allyson started running professionally from a young age. She discovered her athletic interests at her ninth grade; she finished ninth at 200m CIF California State Meet. In 2003, she became the High School Athlete of the Year.
Allyson became the only second female to win three gold medals at a single World Championship in 2007. She also won Jesse Owens award for the third time in 2010.
In 2012 she won three Olympic gold medals as a member of the United State’s women’s relay teams beating her long-time rivals at the same time. At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, she won two gold medals, in the women's 200 and the 4-by-100-meter relay.
Allyson has set World Junior record over 200 meters with her time of 22.18 in 2003. She competed in her first Olympics at the very young age of 18 years and also won a silver medal in 200 meters race at the 2004 Olympics behind Veronica Campbell of Jamaica.
Allyson Felix is an inspiration to younger athlete who suffers temporary physical limitations
In high school, Allyson weighed 125 pounds and had skinny legs. Her figure then earned her a nickname of Chicken Legs. While her five-foot-six body frame looked at odds for her athletic pursuit, she managed to defy all the presumptions. She has since been applauded for her speed and strength in the tracks.
In addition, despite a severe right ankle injury that made impossible for Felix to walk just a couple of months ago, she won the Women's 400 Meters Final during the 2016 U.S. Olympic.