Allyson Felix said goodbye to competitive activity by winning the 19th world medal of his career. It is the bronze conquered by the USA in the night, in the final of the mixed 4X400 (two men and two women) won by the Dominican Republic in front of the Netherlands, with the Americans in third place. If Felix and Kennedy Simon had done their best, perhaps the metal could have been heavier but the 36-year-old sprinter, very applauded, still leaves without regrets, and after having also put eleven Olympic medals on the board, seven of which gold. “It was something very special for me – Felix’s words after the final – to have had the opportunity to end my career in front of my audience. It was great, my daughter was in the stands and I will certainly not forget my last race. “. “I close by taking away many wonderful memories – he added -, but I knew that the time had come for me to make room for others, for the youngest. I am at peace with myself and I feel immense gratitude for my sport”.