Despite a tight, heartbreaking finish in the women’s 400m final, U.S. women’s track superstar Allyson Felix made history Monday night in Rio.

Felix was neck and neck with Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas for Gold when Miller dove in for the win. It was literally so close.

This dive has cause people to cry foul on social media. Some were confused how that dive was allowed, campaigning that Felix should have taken the Gold.

Others defended Miller’s win and said she earned it.

Even though she didn’t get Gold, Allyson Felix made history. With 7 medals, she is now the most decorated women’s track athlete in American history.

Despite injuries and the possibility of not returning for this Olympics, Felix did it and did it pretty dang well. She had stated earlier that this would be her last Olympic games. We are proud of you Allyson and congrats to Shaunae Miller!

We are still overwhelmed by all of this Olympic #BlackGirlMagic.

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