Lila's two diamond boost ahead of worlds

Yesterday, the US sprint sensation Noah Lyle, finalized in Brussels on Friday to compete in the 200 meters heats the bag after the second Diamond League trophy.

22-year-old ongoing first final in last week's win 100ms American men and the current world champion, Justin Gatlin pipped.

The second order is a victory Orange Doha ahead of September 27-October 6, provides an excellent opportunity to notch up the psychological joins the world championships.

"Two years ago I was with the other race this year, won two diamonds Diamond'm trying to come in. It is one thing," Lyle said.

Lyle gathered in Lausanne last month, as a beloved 200m in 19.50sec, over half the race, all the time is the fourth fastest time.

The good news for the American Brussels' King Baudouin Stadium, is one of the fast track.

In 2011, met with a 19.26sec record Jamaican Yohan Blake. He quickly once the Berlin World Championships in 2009, a set of 19.19sec after Usain Bolt's world record 200m run.

Item 23 - 20sec 200m -

American Walter Dix in 2011, Blake ran 19.53sec 200m behind a powerful 23 If there is a sub-20sec performances, the stadium has gathered 19.57sec bolt.

200m for the field as well as the World and European champion in Turkey Ramil Guliyev signs, as well as Canada's Andre De Grasse Ecuador's Alex Quinonez.

Women's 100 meters SPRINTERS Also competing for fame and power.

Former world and Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, 32, and two-year-old son and a mother and a woman in the world this year with 10.73sec.

Jamaica, as well as the meeting of 10.72 sets record in 2013 and Belgium in this season of Lausanne and London in the blue riband to claim victory.

But the ability to forward all of Jamaica Abijanda Marie-Josee Ta Lu, a Nigerian Okagbare, Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers and American Aleia Hobbes period, with the likes of Britain's Dina Asher-Smith will be under pressure.

The raid killed the men's shot Brussels recently renovated Square will be held on Thursday, De Brouckere.

Ryan Crouser, Olympic champion and former world champions Tom Walsh and Joe Kovacs Diamond Race leader Darlan Romani hold as many goals in each, with the athletes' eyes during the Diamond League final event of the discovery of high-quality capital.

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