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Allyson Felix Gets Mixed Relay Nod, Heading to 10th Worlds

Allyson Felix, of the United States, prepares to start in a semifinal of the women's 400 meters at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Aug. 4, 2021, in Tokyo. Felix was named to her 10th world championships team, where she will have a chance to run in the mixed relay event and add to her record medal collection. Felix, whose 18 medals are the most in world-championship history, has announced that this will be her final season in track. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader, File)
Allyson Felix, of the United States, prepares to start in a semifinal of the women's 400 meters at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Aug. 4, 2021, in Tokyo. Felix was named to her 10th world championships team, where she will have a chance to run in the mixed relay event and add to her record medal collection. Felix, whose 18 medals are the most in world-championship history, has announced that this will be her final season in track. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader, File)
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Indianapolis (AP) -- Allyson Felix was named to her 10th world championship team, where she will have a chance to run in the mixed relay event and add to her record medal collection.

Felix, whose 18 medals are the most in world-championship history, has announced that this will be her final season in track. At last month's U.S. championships, she finished sixth in the 400 meters and did not qualify for any individual events. But the 36-year-old was named to the mixed relay pool Tuesday when USA Track and Field released its 151-person roster for worlds.