Tricking Opponents With a Crooked Smile, Noah Lyles Claps Back With the Biggest Announcement of the Year

Published 09/05/2023, 4:34 PM EDT

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American sprinting icon Noah Lyles asserted dominance on the tracks in the 2023 season. From standing atop the podium at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest to clinching the victory at the Zurich Diamond League, Lyles has covered everything. However, soon after his 200m sprint on the Swiss tracks, Lyles asserted that he would take a break from his 2023 sprinting spree and would not defend his title in Eugene.

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As he blazed through the finish line in Budapest in the 200m semifinals, Lyles gestured both his hands upward with a smile on his face, asserting that he took home the victory with absolute finesse. Continuing the incredible feat on the tracks of Zurich, he once again stood victorious in the 200m as he left his opponents in his wake. Nevertheless, following this, on September 2, he decided to end his 2023 season and left his fans in utter disappointment. However, on September 5, the American sprinter astounded everyone by conceding that he is still in the game and is girded up to clinch another triumph.

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On September 5th, Noah Lyles took to his X handle to share that he is not ending his 2023 sprinting spree and penned, “BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND”. Along with this, he also mentioned that he is all set to clinch another triumph at Prefontaine Classic in Hayward field, Eugene, Oregon.

 

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Though Lyles is all set to defend his title in Eugene, earlier he confessed to being tired after participating in back-to-back events. After his win in the 200m race in Zurich, the sprinter stated, “I’m not going to lie. I’m pretty tired. It was a short turnaround, after less than a week of running.” However, the champion decided to once again blaze his way toward victory by sprinting on the tracks of Hayward field.

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Agnijeeta Majumder is a US Sports author at Essentially Sports. Being a staunch content writer and a passionate sports enthusiast, Agnijeeta combined her love for writing and penchant for all things sports to delve into the world of the US Sports arena. Agnijeeta takes inspiration from American Track and Field star Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone and brings her attention to detail to all the avenues of the Athletics realm.
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