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Allyson Felix continues to run well during her final season on the tracks before retirement.
The woman with the most Olympic medals in athletics, all-time, finished second during the Chorzów Continental Tour meet in Poland on Sunday. She clocked a season-best 50.71 in the 400m at the Janusz Kusociński Memorial.
Natalia Kaczmarek of Poland won in the time of 50.40. Fellow Pole Justyna Święty-Ersetic finished third in the time of 50.74.
Natalia Kaczmarek continues her strong 2022 with another 400m win in 50.40, beating Olympic medallist @allysonfelix in the process.#ContinentalTourGold pic.twitter.com/gadXjHFGtu— Continental Tour Gold (@ContiTourGold) June 5, 2022
The 36-year-old American owns a best of 49.26.
She has won more World Championships medals than anyone and looks to close out her career this summer in Eugene, Oregon at the 2022 World Athletics Championships. The meet starts on July 15.
She owns 11 Olympic medals, seven of which are gold. She also owns 17 World Championships medals, 12 are gold. Felix has won 24 Diamond League races over her career.
Despite her goal to earn another medal in Eugene, she will have to qualify at the USATF Championships to do so.