Olympic sprinter, Allyson Felix had a baby 10 months ago (congratulations again girl) and already, she has broken a world record held by retired Jamaican sprinter, Usain Bolt.
Allyson Felix was part of Team USA’s mixed-gender 4x400m relay team that won the gold at the World Championships Sunday.
The win gave Felix her 12th gold medal at the world championships, pushing her past Bolt’s record for the most gold medals of any athlete at the track and field World Championships.
The track star’s daughter, Camryn, was born last November via emergency C-section at 32 weeks.
“Life looks different. Cammy is 10 months old today. Figuring out this mom life. I’ve had to fight a lot this year- for my health, for my daughter, for women & mothers, for what I deserve and for my fitness, she wrote on Instagram. I’m really proud to be at my 9th world championships and this one is extra special because my baby girl is in the stadium to watch it all.
You Go Girl!!!!!