26 June, 2017
The 31-year-old athlete competed in the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships at five months pregnant on Friday.
Alysia Montano has represented the United States at numerous global championships including the 2012 Olympics, she won bronze at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships in the 800m race, she won the 800m title in a time of 1:58.33 at the 2011 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, set an American Indoor Record of 1:23.59 and won the 2013 Milrose Games 600 meters, she won 2013 Penn Relays 4 x 800 meters and set American Outdoor Record in 8:04.31 and earned a silver medal at Athletics at the 2015 Pan American Games - Women's 800 metres.
Being lighter, however, allowed Montano to run faster, clocking in at 2:21.40 to finish 30th overall.
Now Alysia Montano, seven times the U.S. 800m champion, has competed in the preliminary round of an important contest while five months pregnant.
"I don't define myself as a runner", Montano added.
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United States athlete Alysia Montano participated in the 2017 USA Nationals 800m race pregnant and it is quite the feat...and it has got the internet buzzing!
Back in 2014, she competed in the 800 meters while eight months along because she wanted to show women that they should still be active while pregnant.
Montano underlined this in a video she posted to her Twitter account before the race, encouraging her followers to "be your journey".
Montano, who fittingly channeled Wonder Woman in both spirit and uniform during Thursday's race, has already experienced postpartum success, as well. She captured the silver as part of Team USA's women's 4×800-meter relay and gold in the women's 4×400-meter event. - Well, yeah, except she's five months pregnant! "Who wants to pick up a book and read the same chapter over and over again?"