Noah Liles (26, USA) continued his ‘run’ to become the first athlete since Usain Bolt (37, Jamaica) to win three World Championships titles in a single event .Liles clocked 19.80 seconds to win the men’s 200-meter final at the IAAF World Championships Zurich Diamond League 2023 in Zurich, Switzerland, on Monday (Aug. 1), ahead of Ian Knighton (17-USA), who ran 19.87.Liles won three gold medals at last month’s World Championships in Budapest, winning the men’s 100 meters (9.83), 200 meters (19.52) and 400 meters relay (37.38).It’s the first time in eight years that a single athlete has won three world titles since Bolt in Beijing in 2015.In her first race after the World Championships, she was also the first to cross the finish line. “Everyone wants to beat me,” he told the organizers after the race. “I’m not going to give up the crown,” he told the organizers after the race, “I’m tired because it’s just after the World Championships, but I’m encouraged by the support of the crowd .Shackary Richardson (USA), who won the women’s 100 meters (10.65) and 400 meters relay (41.03) at the World Championships in Budapest, also competed in the 100 meters in Zurich and won in 10.88.”I’ve learned how to go through a season with physical training, mental training, and emotional training,” Richardson said, “and I’m happy to have another good performance today.” World champions in other events also stayed on top .Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela) won her fourth consecutive women’s triple jump title with a leap of 15.18m, while Amund Duplantis (Sweden) took first place in the men’s pole vault with a clearance of 6.00m.Kenyan-born Winfred Yabi (Bahrain) also topped the Zurich Diamond League following her World Championships victory in the women’s 3,000 meters steeplechase in 9:03.09.Shericka Jackson (Jamaica) won the women’s 200 meters in 21.82 seconds. She is the fastest woman to win back-to-back world titles in this event. Some athletes were successful. Kieran McMaster (Virgin Islands), who finished second to Carsten Barholm (Norway) in the men’s 400-meter hurdles at the Budapest World Championships, clocked 47.27 in Zurich, beating Barholm, 스포츠토토 who ran 47.30.