FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, August 29th, 2023
NOAH LYLES WINS THREE GOLD MEDALS AT WORLD TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS; DOCUSERIES “UNTITLED: THE NOAH LYLES PROJECT” AVAILABLE NOW EXCLUSIVELY ON PEACOCK
Lyles Claims Title as World’s Fastest Human: Wins Gold in 100m, 200m, and 4x100m; Becomes First Man Since Usain Bolt (2015) to Win All Three Events at a Single World Championships
Episode One of Lyles’ Docuseries Available Now on Peacock; Episode Two – Including Behind the Scenes at World T&F Championships – Premieres Sept. 15
STAMFORD, Conn. – Aug. 29, 2023 – This past week, U.S. sprinter Noah Lyles cemented his status as the world’s fastest human by winning the men’s 100m, 200m, and 4x100m world titles at the 2023 World Track & Field Championships in Budapest, Hungary, becoming the first man since Usain Bolt (2015) to complete the historic triple at a single World Championships. Episode One of Untitled: The Noah Lyles Project, Peacock’s exclusive docuseries on the six-time world champion, is available now for streaming, while Episode Two, premiering Friday, Sept. 15, will provide unprecedented access into this historic World Track & Field Championship performance.
Episode One of Untitled: The Noah Lyles Project, now available on Peacock, dives into the first half of Lyles’ 2023 outdoor season, culminating in the Tokyo Olympic 200m bronze medalist qualifying for the U.S. 100m team at the USATF Outdoor Championships in July. Highlights along the way include meeting Bolt in his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica, at the Racers Grand Prix, winning the 200m in front of an electric crowd at the NYC Grand Prix, and reflecting on his 2022 200m world championship and American Record with 2016 Rio Olympic 4x100m champion Asafa Powell (Jamaica).
Viewers also get an inside look into the training, coaching, family history, and general philosophies on life and mental health from one of the world’s fastest humans.
Episode Two will be released exclusively on Peacock on Friday, Sept. 15, one day before the Diamond League Final from historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., where Lyles will be attempting to capture his fifth Diamond League 200m title – the most of any athlete since the Diamond League’s conception in 2010.
This Thursday, Lyles is scheduled to compete in his first race since the World Track & Field Championships at the Diamond League meet in Zurich, Switzerland, where he is expected to race the 200m in a rematch of the World Championships featuring 200m silver medalist Erriyon Knighton and 2023 100m bronze medalist Zharnel Hughes (Great Britain). Live coverage begins at 2 p.m. ET on Peacock followed by an encore presentation on Saturday at Noon ET on CNBC.