Lovebirds Return Back From the Trip With Few Days Left for Eugene Championship for Noah Lyles

Published 09/06/2023, 12:57 PM EDT

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First in the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, and then in the Zurich Diamond League, Noah Lyles asserted his dominance on the tracks by standing atop the podium in both events. However, following his victory on the tracks of Zurich, Lyles took a little hiatus from his sprinting spree and went on a vacation with her Jamaican girlfriend Junelle Bromfield.

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Lyles and Bromfield never shy away from sharing glimpses of their sojourning pictures and videos. As the power couple explored Switzerland, the athletic pair left no stone unturned to share their trip shenanigans with their fandom. However, as the final leg of the Diamond League approaches, Lyles is now back from the vacation and is now girded up to clinch another victory on the tracks of Hayward field, Eugene.

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Lyles clinched his first Diamond league triumph in Paris back in June and never shied away from clinching the victories ever since. In front of nearly 25,000 spectators at the Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich, he once again won the 200 meters in 19.80 seconds on September 31st. Along similar lines, gearing up for the finals of the Diamond League’s schedule, Lyles flew back home after his vacation in Switzerland. An Instagram story updated by his girlfriend Bromfield, showed an in-flight picture with the caption “flying home.”

The 25-year-old sprinter showed the cozy setting on the business class journey while the couple was split apart by adjacent seats in her follow-up story. Since Lyles maintains his social media platforms professional-focused, the two have kept their relationship private but not a secret.

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Just recently, the couple took a leisurely cycle ride, which Bromfield posted about on her Instagram story. Despite their busy schedules and demanding training, the gesture confirmed their affection. More so, Bromfield leaves no stone unturned whenever it comes to cheering for Lyles. She visited Zurich and supported the sprinter from the stands as he bagged the 200m glory.

Now, to defend his title, Lyles is all set to assert his dominance once again on the tracks of Eugene. However, after blazing through the finish line on Swiss tracks, Lyles conceded that he has decided to end his 2023 sprinting spree. Neverthless, on September 5th, he took hos fandom by surprise as he announced that he is looking forward to run at the Prefontaine Classic.

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Lyles was a standout in the World Championships, but last week, he declared that he would be stopping his season leaving the last Diamond League race in Oregon. Just a few days in, he made another announcement on social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, saying, “You know what… I might have another 100m in me for the year.” He further added, “I’m coming to @nikepreclassic. Let’s go out with an (explosion emoji).”

Along similar lines, he took to his X handle and dropped rather thrilling update. He penned, “Back by popular Demand.

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Lyles, who continued to rise to popularity again chose to compete one more time this season. Now, next on the schedule is the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League final on September 16-17 in Eugene. Finally, the magnificent league approaches its conclusion. Noah Lyles can be seen chasing the league’s final crowning ceremony in less than two weeks.

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Divya Purohit

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Divya Purohit is a sports writer at EssentiallySports specializing her coverage in American sporting events. She recently found US Sports writing to be a niche that she enjoys and began following sports. Divya enjoys researching and creating various pieces of articles.
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