Tokyo 2020 is reaching its final days but there's still a lot to play for before the Closing Ceremony. Allyson Felix will set foot in Japan looking to add to her legacy in the Olympic Games, where she already holds an amazing record.

One of the most decorated American athletes, the track and field sprinter now wants to build from her result at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, her first Summer Olympics appearance at the 400 meter sprint.

Previously, Allyson competed for ten years at the 200m, and she had a span in the 100m as well. Felix has also been part of the USA Women's relay team, with whom she accomplished an amazing success at the Olympics. Check out how many times she claimed an Olympic medal.

Allyson Felix's Olympic medals

Her best individual result in the Games occurred at the 2012 London Olympic Games winning gold in the 200 meter sprint. However, she has also been extremely successful with the USA women's relay teams both in the 4 x 400 meters and the 4 x 100 meters.

Allyson Felix has won a total of nine Olympic medals, six golds and three silvers. She holds the record for the most golds as a female track and field athlete and shares the first spot with Merlene Ottey as the most decorated female track and field sprinters in the Olympics.

Asides from her gold in London 2012, she has won three gold medals in a row with the relay teams at 4 x 400m from 2008 to 2016, and two straight golds at 4 x 100m in 2012 and 2016.