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Noah Lyles, with an undefeatable spirit, leaped to seize two golds in his name. With the World Athletic Championships underway in Budapest and the finals scheduled on Sunday, Noah has achieved what he aimed for. Crowned with gold in 100m and 200m, and bagging $140K prize money, it was a treat to his fandom to watch him on the track. 

Jesse Palmer’s success story is no less than a dream come true. After rocking a successful sports career, he is now a sports commentator and a television personality. If the Sprint King of 2023 is stepping into Jesse’s shoes of success, he may be on the right track. When the onlookers witnessed Noah breezing ahead of the legendary Erriyon Knighton, they knew a page in history was about to be written. 

Noah Lyles’ net worth and road to the top

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Noah Lyles’ net worth is over $2 million, according to wealthyrichcelebs.com. This being said, his road to athletics victory took off in 2017 when he started adding gold medals to his list. By 2019, he was already the proprietor of four gold medals. Though, Noah’s career doesn’t revolve around track and field life only.

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Lyles’ generation’s shining star and the major contributor to the family earnings, Noah, has a brand merch line as well. After signing a contract with Adidas, he set out to beat Usain Bolt’s record time. The Floridian sprinter achieved 200m gold medals at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games, then went on to break the 300m indoor world record at the US Indoor Championships in 2017. 

Jesse Palmer has reached the pinnacle of his football career and has shouldered it as well. His career has an additional dimension now, and Lyles has taken the same path to rise and shine. Whether he succeeds in his endeavor to outdo his idol or not is just a matter of time. 

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Lyles didn’t show disappointment for not achieving pre-meet goal times

Referring to his performance, Noah commented as per the Olympics.com, “For me, it’s an experience every time I get on the track.” The ‘Uncrowned King of Track’ is best known for pushing his limits, but this time, he was okay with his dream of breaking Usain Bolt’s record not working out. Like Jesse Palmer is in football, Lyles is on the track! 

READ MORE: The answer to ‘Where is the new Usain Bolt?’ is Lyles, as he constantly poses a threat 

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He instead added, “I’ve reached a level five other male sprinters have ever achieved, just became the double world champion. Still running fast, ran against an amazing field on both sides. And shoot, what a world championships.” These are the words of a winner, challenging oneself, dreaming bigger than before, and vanquishing rivals.

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