No one was stopping Damira Allen this past week.
The 9-year-old continued to make a name for herself, winning three national titles at the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Ypilsanti, Michigan.
Allen started her Junior Olympic Games by winning the 800 meters in a new meet record time of 2:26.36. She followed that up the next day with a win in the 1,500 meters, winning in a time of 5:08.17, just off the meet record. On the final day of competition, Allen closed it out the only way she knew: by winning. She ran 1:04.38 in the 400 meters to complete a triple-win week, just like she did last year as an 8-year-old.
The future just keeps getting brighter for Allen, and she'll certainly be one to be on your radar as her career progresses.
Watch an interview with Allen at the end of the week, where she reflects on her historic meet effort and watch each of her race wins below: