‘I don’t care who wants them, they’re mine’ – Noah Lyles disrespects rivals again ahead of Paris Olympic Games


World’s fastest man Noah Lyles is back with his dissing statements. Now it’s left to his rivals to either step up their game by shoving the disrespect back at him with victories or bow to his supremacy again.

Noah Lyles is back at it by disrespecting his rivals after making another audacious statement ahead of the Olympic Games in Paris.

The world’s fastest man clocked a 60m world-leading time of 6.44s for victory in the event at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston, which is a sound warning to his competitors of gunning for another iconic three-peat at the Olympics.


Noah Lyles impressive performance at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston is another warning to his rivals and audacious ambitions ahead of the Paris Olympic Games.


Lyles defeated a stacked field blazing to a brilliant Personal Best (PB) ahead of Jamaica’s Ackeem Blake, who clocked a Season’s Best of 6.45s and Ronnie Baker in 6.54s.



Noah Lyles and Ackeem Blake at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix // @WorldAthletics

After his race, the American speedster made an ambitious statement warning his rivals: “I don’t care who wants them, they’re mine” – a reference to going for another triple gold medal at the Paris Olympic Games.

Backing this up that he wasn’t stuttering when it was said, Lyles then posted on his Instagram page his clear ambitions in Paris, “Another 3 peat, @olympics get ready!,” he wrote.



Noah Lyles after his 60m victory at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston

While his bragging and audacious statements seem like a disrespect to his competitors, the 2023 World Athletics Track Athlete of the Year is known to always back up these bold claims with actions.

At the World Championships in Budapest, he won three gold medals (100m, 200m, and 4x100m), thus becoming the third American athlete in history to achieve such a feat and the second since the legendary Usain Bolt.

Noah Lyles picks his favourite title won from his triple gold in Budapest

World’s fastest man Noah Lyles picked and ranked his favourite medals from the World Championships in Budapest.


With his impressive performance in Boston, which is a massive time drop from his previous PB of 6.51s, he’s definitely in better shape than last season.

Barring unforeseen circumstances, Lyles’s ambition of having another iconic outing in Paris by claiming another three-peat of gold medals or perhaps a quadruple is on the right path.



Noah Lyles is gunning for triple gold medals at the Paris Olympic Games

Now it’s left to his rivals to either step up their game by shoving the disrespect back at him with victories or bow to his supremacy again.





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