BANNER WORLD FOR FELIX, BANNER CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR US

LONDON (AP) - The race was still somewhat close when Allyson Felix grabbed the baton. Then, it wasn't. She shifted into that Allyson Felix gear and opened up a lead that grew wider and wider during the second leg of the 4x400-meter relay Sunday at the world championships. The final ...

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Felix PhotoFelix: Felix is a male given name and surname. There is also a slavic translation of this name, Sreko or Sreko, mostly given to children in former Yugoslav states. See Felix for individuals so named. It was a nickname of two roman legions: Legio IV Flavia Felix and Legio VII Gemina Felix.