Lyles, the first three World Athletics Championships since Bolt… 400m relay championship
Following the men’s 100 and 200m, the 400m relay also won…
After 2015, the birth of three gold medals in 8 years
Richardson, who started as an American women’s relay anchor,
also won two gold medals following the women’s 100m,
Keef Yegon won the women’s 5,000m and won two gold medals…
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Noah Lyles (26, USA) won three gold medals at the World Championships in Athletics for the first time since Usain Bolt (37, Jamaica), the “Emperor”.
On the 27th (Korean time), Lyles participated as the anchor (last runner) of the US national team in the men’s 400m relay final
at the 2023 World Championships held at the National Stadium in Budapest, Hungary, and was the first to cross the finish line.
US Men’s Team
The US men’s team, led by Christian Coleman, Fred Curley, Brandon Carnes and Lyles,
won the race in 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 Britain (4th) with 37.80.
Lyles spread three fingers as he crossed the finish line.
It was a ceremony meaning ‘three crowns’.
On the 21st, Lyles, who succeeded in winning the men’s 100m major event for the first time in 9.83 seconds,
achieved his third consecutive victory in the men’s 200m event on the 26th with 19.52 seconds.
By winning the 400m relay as well, Lyles was recorded as the ‘World Championship Triple Crown‘,
which was born 8 years after the 2015 Beijing Games Bolt.
Bolt, who holds world records in the men’s 100m 9.58 and 200m 19.19,
won three gold medals (100m, 200m, 400m relay) in Berlin in 2009,
Moscow in 2013 and Beijing in 2015.
At the 2011 Daegu Games, she was disqualified for a false start in the 100m,
only won gold medals in the 200m and 400m relay.
Bolt retired after the 2017 London World Championships,
at the 2017 London, 2019 Doha, and 2022 Eugene competitions,
there were no two gold medals in the individual short distance and three gold medals,
including the team event.
Lyles won the men’s 100m and 200m in a single event,
won three consecutive 200m titles, earning the title ‘first since Bolt’.
However, Lyles was not satisfied with this and won three gold medals by running in the 400m relay, his last event of the tournament.
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
won its ninth world championship gold medal in this event.
The United States also won the women’s 400m relay.
Tamari Davis, Twanisha Terry, Gabriel Thomas, and Shacari Richardson ran one after another and set a new record of 41.03 seconds.
On this day, the U.S. women’s national team shortened the previous record of 41 seconds 07 set by Jamaica in Beijing in 2015 by 0.04 seconds,
achieving their ninth victory in the event and their 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”.
“We knew what to do,” said Richardson. “We played with a common goal, and we got what we wanted,” she said.
Jamaica came second with a time of 41.21 seconds,
Great Britain was third with a time of 41.97 seconds.
Face Keef Yegon (Kenya) also won two gold medals in the competition.
Kip Yegon beat the last-minute pursuit of Sipan Hassan (14:54:11, Netherlands) and Beatrice Chevet (14:54:33, Kenya) in the women’s 5,000m with a time of 14:53:88.
Keef Yegon, who won gold in her 1,500m on the 23rd,
also dug gold in the 5,000m to claim her first personal World Championship title for the second time in a row.
He won titles in London in 2017 and Eugene in 2022, competing only in the 1,500m.
In this event, he also challenged the 5,000 m for the first time and reached the top.
After the game, Keef Yegon said, “This year, I set world records in 1,500m (3:49:11) and 5,000m (14:05:20), and even won two gold medals at the World Championships.
It was a year in which everything I dreamed of came true.”
Armand Duplantis (Sweden) surpassed 6m10 and won the men’s pole vault world championship 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 he once again confirmed his position as ‘all-time number 1’.
Du Plantis had a sweet kiss with his girlfriend, Desire Englander, who was his model, right after the match.
“I’m happy to win two gold medals in a row,” he said.
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,
set a new milestone in Asian athletics by tying his own Asian record with 6m00 and winning a silver medal that day.
Marco Arop (Canada) won the men’s 800m with a time of 1:44.24, beating Emmanuel Wanyoni (Kenya) in 1:44.53.
Arob was born in Sudan, but moved to Canada with his family to escape civil war.
Arrob, who finished third at last year’s Eugene Games,
became the first Canadian athlete to win the men’s 800m gold medal at the World Championships.
“I can’t put into words how I feel right now,” he said.
Pierce Luffage also became Canada’s first men’s decathlon world championship champion.
Roughage scored a total of 8,909 points in 10 events,
surpassing Damien Warner (Canada), who scored 8,804 points.
In the women’s shot put, Chase Illy (USA) threw 20m43 to win her second consecutive victory.
Sarah Mitton (Canada) took second place with 20m28, and Gong Lizhao (China),
who won twice in a row in London in 2017 and Doha in 2019, took third place with 19m69.
Since the 2009 Berlin Games, Gong Lizhao has won eight consecutive medals (two gold, two silver, and four bronze).