Noah Lyles: 200m pr| Best 200m time| 100m time| 400m time

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Noah Lyles: 200 meter record| 200m final| Sprint 200m final

Noah Lyles is an American professional track and field sprinter competing in the 100 meters and 200 meters. He is the 2019 world champion, the 2020 Olympic bronze medalist, and the 2022 world champion in the 200 m. Lyles holds personal bests of 9.86 seconds for the 100 meters and 19.31 seconds for the 200 meters.

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Noah Lyles: 200m pr| Best 200m time| 100m time| 400m time

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200m pr:

Noah Lyles wins men’s World Championship 200m in new American record as US men sweep the podium. The 25-year-old athlete finishes in 19.31 to become the third-fastest man in history, behind only Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.

Sprinter Noah Lyles sets American record in 200 meters, wins world title in 19.31 seconds as U.S. men take top 3 spots at track and field championships. EUGENE, Ore.

Best 200m time:

“This feels great because I’ve been waiting for America to come out and dominate since I got on the platform.”

Lyles’ 19.31 was the third-fastest time in history, behind only Usain Bolt’s 19.19 in 2009 and a 19.26 run two years later by another Jamaican, Yohan Blake, while he was briefly pushing Bolt for supremacy.

100m time:

Noah Lyles: 200m pr| Best 200m time| 100m time| 400m time

Lyles, who scored 19.31, led the United States’ sweep as Kenneth Bednarek (19.77) and Arianne Knighton (19.80) finished second and third, respectively.

The American men also covered the 100 meters on 16 July, led by Fred Kerle.

I was just waiting for it to hit,” said Lyles, who didn’t run the 100m, his complementary event, this year because he was focused on Johnson’s record (and, to a degree, beating Knighton). “It was always going to come, as soon as I got the start I wanted and was able to get a race where I get my [first] 100 [meters].”

400m time:

The scoreboard clock initially, unofficially read 19.32, then changed to 19.31. “It was always there. I was just waiting for it to hit,” said Lyles, who lowered his personal best from 19.50.

Lyles, 25, also won the event at the 2019 World Championships but took bronze last summer at the Tokyo Olympics. He now owns the third-fastest time in history behind Usain Bolt’s 19.19 and Yohan Blake’s 19.26.

Personal information
Nationality American
Born July 18, 1997 (age 25)[1]
Gainesville, Florida, U.S.[1]
Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)[1]
Weight 154 lb (70 kg)[1]
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