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Noah Lyles set a world leading time of 19.74 seconds in the 200m to book his place in USATF’s team heading to Tokyo. After narrowly missing out on a place in the 100m team, Lyles had something to prove in his favored event. He set the bar high for Tokyo with a world leading time in the final heat of qualifying on Sunday with Kenny Bednarek and Erriyon Knighton setting personal bests to round off the 200m team.

400m sensation turned sprinter Fred Kerley narrowly missed out after setting a personal best of 19.90 finishing in 4th in the 200m finals. Fred will still feature in this summer's Olympics after qualifying for the 100m team last week.

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