Noah Lyles ends the season with another record 200m time in the Diamond League final

Noah Lyles

Noah Lyles capped his season by winning the Diamond League 200m final in 19.52 seconds in Zurich, Switzerland, giving him five of the 13 fastest times in history.

Usain Bolt has four of the 13 fastest times, including a world record of 19.19. Lyles broke down Michael JohnsonAmerican record in repeating as world champion in July in 19.31. Overall, Lyles ran 19.67 or faster a total of seven times in 2022 and 19.52 or faster a total of three times in 2022, both the most of any single-year sprinter in history.

His 19.52 (upwind) matches the 12th-best time in history, his since winning last year’s Olympic Trials. Lyles bounced back from the disappointment of an Olympic bronze medal to run the fastest time in the world in 2021 after the Tokyo Games, then put together arguably the strongest 200m sprint season in history this year.

Lyles, 25, has since been open about his pursuit of the world record.

Full results from Zurich are here.

In other events Thursday, American javelin thrower Kara Winger earned the biggest international win of her career in the final meet of her career. The winger, a 36-year-old four-time Olympian, threw 64.98 meters to reach the world distance champion Kelsey-Lee Barber of Australia by 1.26 meters.

Winger, the Olympic world silver medallist, earned a spot at the 2023 Worlds with her victory, should she reconsider her withdrawal. Diamond League Final Champions earn a bye to next year’s Worlds, unless they are from the same country as the 2022 World champion who has already earned a bye.

Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce He posted his seventh sub-10.70 record performance of the year and won the 100m. Fraser-Pryce, who won a fifth world 100m title in July, clocked 10.65 in a headwind, sharp villager Serika Jackson from .16. No other woman has broken 10.70 more than four times in a career.

The Americans were fifth (Hobbs Alley11.03), sixth (TeeTee Terry11.10) and seventh (Sha’Carri Richardson11.13) in the fight of the seven women.

American Trayvon Bromell won the longest international victory in the 100 meters of his career, clocking 9.94. The field did not include the compatriots who shared the world championship podium with him – Olympic gold medalist Fred Curley and Olympic silver medalist Marvin Bracey-Williams.

Olympic discus champion Valarie Allman repeated as Diamond League champion, clinching a spot at the 2023 World Championships. Allman took bronze at this summer’s worlds.

of Norway Jakob Ingebrigtsen, who was upset for the world 1500m title in July, won the 1500m in Zurich in 3:29.02, the best time in the world this year. Surprise world champion Jake Whiteman of Great Britain was not on the field. Ingebrigtsen now has a bye in the 1500m and 5000m at the 2023 Worlds.

Other reigning world champions: Americans Grant Holloway (110m hurdles, 13.02), Tobi Amusan of Nigeria (100m hurdles, 12.29), Serika Jackson Jamaica (200m, 21.80), Allison dos Santos of Brazil (400m hurdles, 46.98), Emmanuel Korir of Kenya (800m, 1:43.26), Faith Kipyegon of Kenya (1500m, 4:00.44), Sufiane El Bakkali of Morocco (3000m steeplechase, 8:07.67), Mondo Duplantis of Sweden (shot put, 6.07 meters), Yulimar Rojas of Venezuela (triple, 15.28) and Kristjan Ceh of Slovenia (discussion, 67.10).

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