Youngster Emmanuel Wanyonyi has disclosed why he loves World 200m champions, Noah Lyles and Shericka Jackson.
World 800m silver medallist Emmanuel Wanyonyi has shared his undying love for triple World champion Noah Lyles and two-time World 200m champion Shericka Jackson.
As reported by Sports Brief, the Diamond League Trophy winner said that the duo's energy is unmatched and that’s where his love stems from.
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“Lyles is someone who can defeat you merely by talking alone. He is always psyched up and full of confidence, while Jackson never accepts to lose,” Wanyonyi said.
Lyles has managed to maintain his image on and off track and his cockiness has seen him achieve a lot. He won the 200m and 100m gold medals at the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, and propelled his team to victory in the 4x100m relay team.
Off the track, the American has modelled for brands such as Hugo Boss and he even started off a project with Netflix where he showcases his athletic and personal life.
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On her part, Jackson has managed to cement her place as one of the greatest-ever athletes. The Jamaican won a gold medal in the 200m at the World Championships and proceeded to take silver in the 100m. She finished second behind American track star Sha’Carri Richardson.
Jackson went ahead to bag a double (100m and 200m) at the Prefontaine Classic, the Diamond League Meeting final.