Noah Lyles won the 200-meter world title in 19.52 seconds, becoming the first man to complete the 100-200 sprint double at worlds since Usain Bolt did it for the third and final time back in 2015.
Norway’s Karsten Warholm powered to victory in the 400-meter hurdles, then put on his trademark Viking horns to celebrate his third victory at the world championships.
American Sha’Carri Richardson won the women’s 100-meter world title.
Noah Lyles captured the 100-meter world championship by finishing in 9.83 seconds for a victory that reshuffled the deck for next year’s Olympics and cements him as the world’s No. 1 sprinter.
The U.S. women pulled a shocking upset in the 4-by-100 relay at world championships while the men finished second after a sloppy baton exchange that has become a ritual for that star-crossed team.
Jamaica's Shericka Jackson is now a world champion after a mistake led to an early exit at the Tokyo Games.
British 1,500-meter champion Jake Wightman was in disbelief after he crossed the finish line.
Noah Lyles celebrated his 25th birthday by running the fastest time in 200-meter qualifying at world championships, a 19.98-second romp that he punctuated by playfully wagging his finger at the six other sprinters straggling behind.
Allyson Felix has “no regrets” after a seventh-place finish in the 200 meters of what was likely her final Diamond League meet.
Sha’Carri Richardson is set to compete again after missing the Tokyo Olympics because of a positive marijuana test.
Elaine Thompson-Herah broke Florence Griffith Joyner’s 33-year-old Olympic record in the women’s 100 meters.