Olympic 200-meter champion Allyson Felix figures she has one more Summer Games in her.
And she's sure she can run faster.
What it's far too soon to tell: whether she'll try a 100-200 or 200-400 double in Rio de Janeiro four years from now.
In an interview Friday, the 26-year-old Felix said she thinks she can "be in the mix" for the 100 and has "potential" for the 400, too.
After finishing runner-up in the 200 at the past two Olympics, Felix "definitely got discouraged, frustrated," and wondered whether she would ever get an individual gold. But she did just that on Wednesday and now is walking around with that prize in her purse.
A smiling Felix explained: "No one wants to just see me anymore. They want to see the medal."