Liles wins men’s 200m final in 19.52 at World Athletics Championships for third straight title
Seeks to follow Bolt’s lead and win three titles

Noah Liles (26-USA) has won both the 100 and 200 meters at the World Athletics Championships, 섯다 a feat not accomplished by any athlete since Usain Bolt (37-Jamaica).

Liles was first to finish in 19.52 seconds in the men’s 200-meter final at the 2023 Games at the Budapest National Stadium in Hungary on Saturday (Aug. 26).

With his victory over Ian Knighton (USA) in 19.75 and Lechile Tebogo (Botswana) in 19.81, Liles won his third consecutive men’s 200m title at the World Athletics Championships after winning in Doha in 2019 and Eugene in 2022.

This is his second medal of the Games.

He won gold in the men’s 100 on Aug. 21 in 9.83 seconds.

With his victory in the 200 meters, he became just the fifth athlete in history and the first in eight years since Bolt to win both the men’s 100 and 200 meters in a single event.

Maurice Greene (1999), Justin Catlin (2005), Tyson Gay (USA), 온라인섯다 and Bolt have accomplished this feat.

Bolt has won the triple (100m-200m-400m relay) three times, in Berlin in 2009, Moscow in

2013 and Beijing in 2015. He also holds the men’s world records of 9.58 seconds in the

100 meters and 19.19 seconds in the 200 meters.

Since legendary sprinter Bolt retired for the last time at the 2017 London Games, many

athletes have attempted to win the two sprints, 카지노사이트 but have failed. Liles followed

in Bolt’s footsteps by winning the 100 meters and then the 200 meters.

He will also compete in the men’s 400-meter relay on Sunday, where he will try to match

Bolt’s trifecta.

Meanwhile, in the women’s 200 meters, Shericka Jackson (Jamaica) won her second straight title in a meet record time of 21.41 seconds.

In the women’s javelin, 고스톱 Japan’s Haruka Kitaguchi won gold with a throw of 66.73 meters. The Japanese athlete became the first Japanese woman to win a medal in the javelin when she finished third at last year’s retention event.

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