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It will be difficult, especially with how I feel now.
I would love to defend my title and see where I’m at in the 200 meters but that’s not the case.
The 2016 Rio Olympics have come to a close with Americans earning 121 medals -- 46 gold, 37 silver and 38 bronze -- their biggest haul ever, not counting the boycotted 1984 Los Angeles Games or the 1904 St. The ankle injury that undermined Allyson Felix’s chance to earn an Olympic berth in the 200-meter dash feels “close to normal,” she said Wednesday, but the Los Angeles native still hasn’t recovered emotionally from the misfortune that cost her an opportunity to defend her Olympic 200-meter title. She qualified to run the 400 in the Rio Games but didn’t make the top three in the 200, derailing her plans of pursuing a 200-400 double.
“It’s definitely heartbreaking for me not to be there.That was kind of a turning point for me where I felt like, “Okay, I’m pretty good at this and there’s a possibility for this to be a career for me.” That was a defining moment for me.EBONY: Let’s talk about another one of your defining moments.Allyson recently sat down with to recap the 2016 Olympic games, talk about her life and career and discuss what it means to belong to such an elite sorority of female track legends. Allyson Felix: I think I’m a person who is proud of my [Christian] faith and where I come from.I’m an athlete who’s very determined and I understand sacrifice.