Noah Lyles opposes the witness of Usain Bolt
The American Noah Lyles gave a coup of authority on the way to the Doha World Cups on Friday in the final of the 200 meters of the meeting in Lausanne, eighth stop of the Diamond League, with a a mark of 19.50, the fourth best of all time. In second place was Álex Quiñonez, who achieved Record of Ecuador with 19.87. For his part, Andre de Grasse stopped the clock in 19:92, just three hundredths of Aaron Brown's Canadian record.
Fourth historical mark and the best since 2012
Lyles, who it reduced in 20 hundredths the best world mark of the year that its compatriot Michael Norman possessed with a time of 19.70, was placed in the historical classification in the fourth place only behind stars like Usain Bolt (19.19), Yohan Blake (19.26) and Michael Johnson (19.32).
It comes, look at the data, of the fastest 200 since Usain Bolt ran at the 2012 London Olympics. "The track here in Lausanne burns. I feel very good. My coach and I have worked very hard to get here. I know I'm running exactly as he wants me to. It was a perfectly executed race, "he said after beating the Lyles Meeting Record.
- Team USA (@TeamUSA) July 6, 2019