Noah Lyles won the sprint double at Wednesday’s (19 August) Gyulai Istvan Memorial in Szekesfehervar, Hungary.
The American sprinter ran 10.05 to top the men’s 100m and 20.13 in the 200m.
In the 100m, Great Britain’s Adam Gemili finished second in 10.28 and American Elijah Hall-Thompson, third in 10.31.
Barbadian Mario Burke ran 10.32s for fourth while Mike Rodgers got disqualified.
Eseosa Desalu of Italy was the second-place finisher in the 200m with a time of 20.35. Gemili picked up third with 20.56.
Burke finished fifth in 20.78 and Rodgers, seventh in 21.53.
American Kahmari Montgomery topped the men’s 400m in 45.50 ahead of Josephus Lyles of Spain, 46.08.
Orlando Ortega of Spain ran 13.21 to beat American world champion Grant Holloway, 13.22 in the men’s 110m hurdles.
American World 800m champion Donavan Brazier won the 600m in 1:15.07.
On the women’s side, Dafne Schippers, 22.94 was beaten by Lynna Irby, 22.55. Josee-Marie Ta Lou was fourth in 23.33.
Nadine Visser of Netherland won the women’s 100m hurdles in 12.68 ahead of Luca Kozak, 12.71.
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Noah Lyles him soft in
Hannu Savolainen oh thanks👍a bit strenuous don’t you think? considering he did the double
Kuyanda Kala He’ll be in Stockholm on Sunday, competing.
so he’s not competing in the IAAF this weekend?
Sure, but the times were nothing to write home about…
So who did he run against?
m curious hey
Good job Noah Lyles 💪🥇
The times were nothing to write home about…
So the big times was only for the US???…. dwl
Omar Sybblis but his 19.50 was luasanne
19.70’s last week for the world lead..not in the US
Jacob Ibrahim ok, thank you for the information
Slow times though…10.05 and 20.13 I believe
Imaani Abdullah slow?? Let’s how fast you can go..