Lyles for New York Grand Prix - US trials
Noah Lyles finishes third in tight men's 60m race at Austin meet

Americans Noha Lyles and Justin Gatlin, both ran wind-aided sub-10 seconds times at Saturday’s (4 July) Showdown in Otown, Florida.

Lyles blazed to victory in heat one of the men’s 100m in 9.93 seconds, beating Gatlin, who crossed the line in 9.99s. The wind reading was 4.0m/s.

Alonso Edwards finished third in Lyles’ heat in 10.18s

Trayvon Bromell topped heat five in 10.04 ahead of Canadian Andre Degrass 10.15.

Kenny Bednarek won the final in 10.14 seconds.

Shacarri Richards, supported by a 2.8m/s wind, ran 10.94 in the heats and 11.05 (0.5m/s wind) in the final.

Hanna Cunliffe 11.14 and Javianne Oliver 11.44 were the final runners-up.

Christian Taylor leapt 16.75 in the men’s triple jump.

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  1. Hey dummies if it was the wind everybody times would be fast don’t you think. So stop with the wind crap.


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