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Lyles leads US 200m sweep at World C'ships

Eugene, July 22 (UNI) The USA's Noah Lyles retained the men's world 200m, running the third-fastest time in history and leading another US sprint medals sweep at the World Athletics Championships.
The clock first showed the winning time as a championship record of 19.32 on Thursday final, which would have tied Michael Johnson’s US record from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Lyles turned and walked over to the clock and pointed at it, willing a faster time.
Seconds later, the clock flashed the amended official time: 19.31. That put Lyles ahead of Johnson and alone in third on the all-time list behind Bolt’s world record of 19.19 and Yohan Blake’s 19.26.
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