#Men's 200m final

Canada's Andre De Grasse Wins 200m, Allyson Felix Makes 400m Final

Canada Andre de Grasse won the gold medal in the men's 200m final Wednesday crossing the finish line in 19.62 seconds, a new national record. Kenneth Bednarek finished second to win the silver medal, setting a new personal best of 19.68 seconds. Noah Lyles, who entered the race as the gold medal favorite took the bronze medal in third, 17-year-old Erriyon Knighton finished fourth.
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When is Olympic 200m final and who will win men’s race to succeed Usain Bolt?

Usain Bolt is no more in athletics, but a new generation is here and 17-year-old American Erriyon Knighton is primed to take the throne in a wide open men’s 200m final.Knighton produced a nonchalant semi-final victory and joins world champion Noah Lyles and serial Canadian medalist Andre De Grasse in the final, with another American in the shape of Kenny Bednarek a major medal contender.Knighton has been making waves since taking Bolt’s Under-20 world record this year, with three candidates primed to end an American gold medal drought in the men’s 200m since the 2004 Olympics, when Shawn Crawford...

Live updates: Tampa teen Erriyon Knighton seeks Olympic gold in 200 meter race

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Hillsborough High School’s Erriyon Knighton will compete in the men’s 200-meter track final at the Tokyo Olympics Wednesday morning. The 17-year-old Tampa native is youngest Olympic track competitor for the United States. He advanced to the finals on Tuesday after finishing first in the second heat...

Olympics 2021 live updates - Noah Lyles, Erriyon Knighton in 200m final; Athing Mu wins gold; Kevin Durant, USA move on

Monday night brought us a jam-packed slate of Tokyo Olympic action. First, the A-Team -- the American duo of April Ross and Alix Klineman -- continued its quest for Olympic gold with a 21-19, 21-19 win over Germany in the beach volleyball quarterfinal. Then, Kevin Durant scored 29 points while Damian Lillard had 11 points, four rebounds and four assists as the U.S. men's basketball team beat Spain 95-81 to reach the Olympic semifinals.

Bednarek claims spot in 200-meter men's final, will race again Wednesday

TOKYO, Japan — Kenny Bednarek, who attended Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, is one step closer to an Olympic medal. Born in Tulsa, Okla. before moving to Rice Lake, Wis., he finished second in his 200-meter semifinal heat Tuesday evening in Tokyo with a time of 19.83 and qualified for a spot in Wednesday night's final.

200m sprint live stream: how to watch Olympics 2020 men's and women's races free from anywhere

The fastest men and women in the world will be back on the track for the 2020 Olympic 200m finals this week. After the thrills and spills of false starts and injuries in the 100m, will the longer distance bring the same excitement to your screens? Find out by reading on as we explain how to get a 200m sprint live stream and watch the Tokyo 2020 Olympics athletics online from anywhere - including where you can watch absolutely free of charge.

2020 Olympic Men’s Track 200m Odds, Schedule and Preview

The quest for gold in the Men’s Track 200m event begins on Monday, August 2nd with heats 1-7, followed by the semifinals on Tuesday. The grand finale is scheduled for Wednesday morning at 8:55 am EST, with USA’s Noah Lyles and Canada’s Andre De Grasse the current favorites. Get the...

Alexandria-native and medal favorite Noah Lyles sneaks in to men’s 200m final in Tokyo

TOKYO (AP) — American Noah Lyles said hi to the Olympic track Tuesday, but it wasn’t all great. After building a comfortable lead in the 200-meter semifinals, he put things on cruise control with about 15 meters left, only to be stunned to see Canada’s Aaron Brown and Liberia’s Joseph Fahnbulleh busting it to the line to edge him out in a photo finish.
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Hopkins sprinter Joe Fahnbulleh accelerates into 200-meter final at the Olympics

TOKYO — Entering the turn of the men's 200-meter semifinals on Tuesday night at Olympic Stadium, Hopkins graduate Joe Fahnbulleh found himself vying for fourth place. Then he hit the straightaway. Three strides out of second place and an automatic berth in Wednesday's final, Fahnbulleh, racing for Liberia, seemed to...