If you miss a minute, you will miss the history of the Tokyo Olympics.
While the organizers prepare for the final days of the competition, athletes from all over the world are realizing their dreams and reaching unprecedented milestones.
On Friday, August 6th, Allyson Felix earned her place in Olympic history after winning bronze in the women’s 400 meter run. This feat led the 35-year-old University of Southern California alum to become the most honored woman in Olympic track and field history with a total of 10 medals.
“I KNOW MY PLACE,” Allyson wrote on Instagram shortly after her race. “(And it’s in my own shoes).”
Ultimately, the athletics star is just one of many athletes who have made history in the past two weeks. From the surfer Carissa Moore and swimmers Katie Ledecky to do gymnastics Suni Lee and wrestlers Tamyra Mensah stick, There are many reasons to be proud of the United States team.