Budapest, Hungary is hosting the track and field 2023 World Athletics Championships on August 19–27, 2023. On August 20, 2023 USA's Noah Lyles won the 100m, and is a favorite to win the 200m final. If he wins the 200m gold, he will become the first man since Usain Bolt to win both the 100m and 200m at a World Athletics Championships.
Noah Lyles, 26-year-old from the US, has won the gold-medal for 200 m twice in World Championships. In Budapest, he was competing for the 100m for the first time. He beat the next competitor Letsile Tebogo, 20-year-old from Botswana, by five hundredths, with a personal-best of 9.83 seconds. Letsile Tebogo became the first African man to win a world 100m medal. Zharnel Hughes from Great Britain, won the Bronze Medal.
Noah Lyles's win was a come-from-behind victory, having trailed behind the teammate and early leader Christian Coleman, 2019 world champion.
As the competitors were getting closer to the finishing line, Coleman was overtaken by Noah Lyles, Letsile Tebogo, Zharnel Hughes, and Jamaica's Oblique Seville.
Other exciting athletic competitions on August 20, 2023, include Women's Heptathlon, Men's 10,000m final and the Mixed 4x400m relay, with the following winners:
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Katarina Johnson-Thompson, 30-year-old, won the heptathlon title following thrilling 800m race. The win, when only 2 consecutive PBs in Javelin and the 800m were needed, earned her the world title for the second time in her career.
All the top winners came from Ethiopia, Africa:
- Gold: Gudaf Tsegay - 31:27.18;
- Silver: Letesenbet Gidey - 31:28.16;
- Bronze: Ejgayehu Taye - 31:28.31.
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Men's 10,000m final
The Gold medal winner is Joshua Cheptegei, 26-year-old, from Uganda, scoring three wins in a row. He raced against and held off Selemon Barega, from Ethiopia, in a sprint around the final bend to the finish line. He was filled by Daniel Simiu Ebenyo, from Kenya.
- Gold: Joshua Cheptegei - 27:51.42;
- Silver: Daniel Simiu Ebenyo - 27:52.60;
- Bronze: Selemon Barega - 27:52.72
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