|Name Phyllis Francis||Role Track and field athlete|
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Phyllis Chanez Francis (born May 4, 1992) is an American track and field athlete, current World Champion in the 400 metres event.
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Francis was a student at Catherine McAuley High School (Brooklyn) and the University of Oregon, class of 2014.
She is the American and Collegiate indoor 400 meter record holder, breaking Olympian Francena McCorory's 2010 record while winning the 2014 NCAA Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship. She is the first Woman to win a 400-meter National NCAA Championship for the University of Oregon, in its history.
Francis placed second in 400 m running a personal best time 49.94 behind Team USA teammates Allyson Felix, ahead of Natasha Hastings at 2016 United States Olympic Trials (track and field) and represented United States at Athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics and won a gold medal in 4x400 meters.
1: Competed only in the heat.