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Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix just broke one of Usain Bolt’s world records

Less than a year after welcoming her first child via an emergency cesarean section, Olympic gold medal runner Allyson Felix broke a record to move her past the fastest man alive.

On Sunday, Felix, 33, won gold at the track and field World Championships in Doha, Qatar, while racing in a mixed-gender 4×400 meter relay, according to CNN.

This latest victory means Felix now has 12 gold medals at the World Championships — which breaks a tie she held with fellow Olympic medalist Usain Bolt, considered the fastest man in history, who earned 11 gold medal wins at the championships before his retirement.

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