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Allyson Felix, track and field

What she did in London: Took fourth in the 100 and first in the 200 What's next: When her sprinting career is over, Felix wants to follow in the footsteps of her mom Marlean Felix and become an elementary school teacher. Don't look for her to retire just yet though. "I think I have one more games left in me," the 26-year-old told the Associated Press. It will be interesting to see if Felix still has the same drive now that she has accomplished her lifelong goal of winning her first individual gold in the 200 meters. She's the best in the world in the 200 today, but going back-to-back at age 30 will not be easy.

What’s next for 10 of the biggest stars of the 2012 London Olympics?

Here's a look at which of the breakout stars of the London Games we can

expect back in Rio in 2016 and what they'll be doing during the four

years in between. - By  Jeff Eisenberg, Yahoo! Sports

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