Lyles, the first three World Athletics Championships since Bolt 400m relay championship
At the World Championships in Athletics, Noah Lyles of the United States became the first since Usain Bolt to win three gold medals.
Lyles was the first to cross the finish line at the 2023 World Championships men’s 400m relay finals held in Budapest, Hungary, as the anchor (last runner) of the US team.
The US men’s team, led by Christian Coleman, Fred Curley, Brandon Carnes and Lyles, won the race with a time of 37.38 seconds, overtaking Italy, who finished the race in 37.62 seconds.
Jamaica was third with 37.76, and Japan was fifth with 37.83, followed by Great Britain (4th) with 37.80.
Lyles, who succeeded in winning his first major championship in the men’s 100m final on the 21st with a time of 9.83 seconds, achieved his third consecutive victory in the 200m event on the 26th with a time of 19.52 seconds.
By winning the 400m relay, Lyles also won three World Championships eight years after the 2015 Beijing Olympics vault.
Bolt, who holds world records of 9.58 seconds for men’s 100m and 19.19 seconds for 200m, won three gold medals (100m, 200m, 400m relay) in Berlin in 2009, Moscow in 2013 and Beijing in 2015.
At the 2011 Daegu Games, he was disqualified for a false start in the 100m and won gold medals only in the 200m and 400m relay.
After the race, Lyles said in an interview with the World Association of Athletics Federations and the Associated Press, “It couldn’t have been better. It was an amazing result.” came out,” he said.
The U.S. men’s 400m relay team, which ranked second after Canada at last year’s Eugene Games, regained the top four years after the 2019 Doha Games and won its ninth world championship gold medal in this event.
In the women’s 400m relay, the U.S. team, with Tamari Davis, Twanisha Terry, Gabriel Thomas, and Shacari Richardson running one after another, set a new event record of 41.03 seconds and reached the top.
Jamaica shortened the previous record of 41 seconds 07 set in Beijing in 2015 by 0.04 seconds, achieving its ninth victory in the event and its second consecutive victory in the event.
Richardson, who won the women’s 100m event by setting a new record of 10 seconds 65, won two gold medals in the relay as a “member of the new record”.
Kenya’s pace Keef Yegon ran 14:53:88 in the women’s 5,000m, beating the last-minute pursuit of Sipan Hassan (14:54:11, Netherlands) and Beatrice Chevet (14:54:33, Kenya) and ascending to the top in the last 23 Following the 1,500m one day, he won two gold medals in the event.
In the men’s pole vault, Sweden’s Armand Duplantis won the 6m 10 for the second time in a row.
He tried to break his own world record (6m22) and failed all three times in the 6m23, but once again confirmed his position as the best athlete ever.
John Oviedo (Philippines), who finished third in Eugene last year and became the first Asian athlete to medal in the men’s pole vault at the World Championships, tied his own Asian record with 6m00 that day and won a silver medal, setting a new milestone in Asian athletics.
Marco Arop (Canada) won the men’s 800m with a time of 1:44.24, beating Emmanuel Wanyoni (Kenya) in 1:44.53. 스포츠토토