Noah Lyles is the fastest man on the planet. American graduated 100m world championand triumph in Eugene with A Imperial 9.83.0000000 (zero wind). The two-time world champion at 200 metres, won his first world title in that discipline, equaling Best global seasonal performance Signed by Briton Zharnel Hughes in the spring. The 26-year-old’s bronze in half a lap of the track at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics promised that victory with a shocking time of 9.65: he crossed the finish line 18 hundredths after a prediction that was literally insane, but it was enough to take the scepter in the Queen’s race and retain title in the United States after winning last year Fred Curley (Today in the semi-finals).
Noah Lyles was overflowing with all the essentials, but most of all On the field it made the differencewill pick up Botswano Letsile Tebogo and Briton Zharnel Hughes. The Gainesville native beat his rivals by five cents. Thibogo put the silver around his neck in 9.88, ahead of Zharnel Hughes by just a thousand and one Jamaican italic Sevillewho was satisfied between the qualifiers and the semi-finals, but failed to grab the podium.
Fifth place for the American Christian Colemanstarted as a rocket and then collapsed in the final: 9.92 for the world champion in 2019. Five men fell under the 10-second wall, while expected Kenyan Ferdinand Umanyala He did not exceed seventh place (10.07), behind the Japanese Abdul Hakim Sani Brown (10.04), and in front of the Jamaican Reem Forde (10.08). Olympic champion Marcel Jacobs was eliminated in the semifinals after appearing to recover and finished in 10.05.
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