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‘That’s my friend!’ Noah Lyles reacts to compatriot’s 100m world leading time


Noah Lyles has reacted following his compatriot’s 100m world-leading time on the PURE Athletics Dash Elite Meet.

Triple world champion Noah Lyles has reacted to the world main time American Kendall Williams set within the 100m on the PURE Athletics Dash Elite Meet on Saturday, Might 11.

Williams, a two-time World Underneath-20 champion clocked a surprising 9.93 to win the race forward of Cejhae Greene who clocked 10.00 seconds for a second-place end with Eloy Benitez ending third after clocking a Nationwide File time of 10.04 seconds.

The time Williams set was additionally a Private Finest time, he improved from six years in the past when he ran a time of 9.99. Reacting to his world lead, Lyles was elated and commented beneath a put up saying: “That’s my good friend.”

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In the mean time, two males at the moment are tying on the planet main time class with the opposite athlete being excessive schooler Christian Miller.

The 17-year-old clocked a powerful 9.93 to cross the end line whereas profitable the 100m on the PURE Athletics Elite Invitational.

In the meantime, Lyles, the World Indoor 60m silver medallist has already vowed to shatter the 200m world-leading time when he descends on the observe for the NYC USTAF Grand Prix on June 9 and he may also be angling to go for the 100m world lead.

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He’s presently positioned third within the quickest males this season; because of the time he ran throughout the USTAF Bermuda Grand Prix. He crossed the end line first in 9.96 to attain the highest three rating.

Firing warning photographs to Kenny Bednarek who set the 200m world main time in Doha, Lyles stated: “Shout out to @kenny_bednarek for that 19.6 world lead that was spectacular! I’ll allow you to hold it until June ninth.”



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