American professional track and field sprinter Noah Lyles was born on July 18, 1997. He competes in the 100 and 200 meter distances. 

He won the 200 m world championship in 2019 and the bronze medal at the 2020 Olympics. Lyles' best times are 9.86 seconds for the 100 meters and 19.50 seconds for the long jump.

Lyles appeared to be fighting with the clock while standing on the track after the race. Finally turning away, two things took place.

Noah Lyles was aware that he had completed the best race of his life and, conceivably, the greatest 200-meter run by an American

 In the World Athletics Championships final on Thursday night, he finished so far ahead of the competition that as soon as he crossed the line,

Lyles' unofficial time was 19.32, but the on-field clock obstinately displayed that reading for painful intervals. 

The timing was identical to what Michael Johnson ran in the 200 meters at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, which would have thrilled any other athlete in the world.

He then chuckled with reporters and said, "I was telling it to give me some slack, you know. "How will it broadcast at 19.32 at the same time? Please alter that."

He knelt down in front of it, unsure of whether his efforts would be fruitful. One summer, after earning a disappointing bronze medal in the Olympics in Tokyo, 

Everything came together in Oregon, where Lyles took control of a highly anticipated race with the help of a strong start.