Noah Lyles at the 2023 USATF Indoor Championships

2023 adidas Atlanta City Games Bring World-Class Athletes to Centennial Olympic Park

ATLANTA, May 6 – The Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta will play host to the 2023 adidas Atlanta City Games, featuring world-class athletes competing across multiple events on Saturday, May 6. Fans can enjoy free entry to the meet and watch live streaming coverage on YouTube, starting at 5:30 p.m. ET. Watch Here – adidas YouTube channel | Live results The meet begins are 2:30 p.m., but the live streaming portion is set for 8:00 p.m.

Men’s 150-Meter Race Highlighted by Lyles vs. Knighton

One of the most anticipated events of the meet is the men’s 150-meter race, where American 200-meter specialist Noah Lyles will go up against Erriyon Knighton. Lyles, a two-time reigning world champion and American record-holder over 200m, is the favorite to win, but Knighton, the world bronze medalist, is expected to give him a run for his money.

Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala, Trinidad and Tobago’s Jereem Richards, and USA’s Terrance Laird, the former LSU standout sprinter, will also compete in the event. – Read more: How to watch Puma East Coast International Showcase?

Top Athletes Battle in Other Events Jamaica’s Oblique Seville will contest the men’s 100m against Bahamas’ Olympic 400m champion Steven Gardiner and Great Britain European champion Zharnel Hughes.

In the men’s 110m hurdles, Grant Holloway and Trey Cunningham, who finished 1-2 at the world championships, will compete, while two-time world champion Sam Kendricks will take part in the men’s pole vault.

Women’s Sprints to Feature Top Talent In the women’s sprints, Gabby Thomas will race in the 150m, Aleia Hobbs leads the women’s 100m field, and Nigeria’s world champion and world record holder Tobi Amusan will take on USA’s former world record holder Kendra Harrison and her compatriots Anna Hall, Taliyah Brooks, and Tia Jones in the women’s 100m hurdles.

The 2023 adidas Atlanta City Games will feature world-class athletes competing across multiple events, including 100m, 150m, 100m hurdles, and 110m hurdles races on a specially engineered 150-meter elevated track which is especially prepared for fast times!

Remember, if you can’t make it to the Centennial Olympic Park, you can still watch the live stream of the event for free on the adidas YouTube channel, starting at 2:30 p.m. ET. Watch Here – adidas YouTube channel

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