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American Track Superstar Allyson Felix In Jamaica For Vacation

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The 38-year-old sprinter retired in the 2022 season after enjoying a long illustrious career

Allyson Felix, a retired American sprinting legend, was recently pictured enjoying a ‘Babymoon’ vacation in Jamaica.
She was enjoying a blissful vacation together with her husband Kenneth Ferguson. The couple recently told their fans that they will be expecting their second child in the latter parts of 2024.
Jamaica is a popular tourist destination that is known for its picturesque terrain. It’s therefore not surprising that that the couple relishes the beauty of the Caribbean paradise.
The 38-year-old sprinter retired in the 2022 season after enjoying a long illustrious career. She has always had a connection with Jamaica because some of her fiercest competitors hailed from the island nation. Some of the Jamaican stars that she has competed against include Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce and Veronica Campbell Brown.
Felix’s first encounter with Jamaican sprinters was in 2002 during the World U20 Championships. Her Instagram post revealed that she met her husband in the same tournament. The couple shares a daughter named Camryn.
Felix used her Instagram account to tell the world about her Jamaican experience. She said that she received a warm reception despite being a competitor.
Felix’s 22-year career was filled with many medal-winning performances. She won 22 gold medals while competing in global championships, 14 of which were World championships and seven were Olympics.
In a heartfelt message, she described Jamaicans as incredible people who occupy a special place in her heart. She thanked everyone who has shown her love and hospitality. She said that she felt appreciated although Jamaicans used to cheer against her when was an active sprinter.
The American’s post garnered many responses from other athletes. One of the standout comments was from sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce. The Jamaican welcomed Felix to her Jamaican “home.” Felix responded by saying that “it’s always good to be home.”
Allyson Felix’s trip to Jamaica brought memories of her impressive track career. It was also an opportunity to get immersed in the culture and beauty of the country.

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