Noah Lyles Net Worth 2022 (Sprinter), Biography, Family & More

Noah Lyles
Sprinter Noah Lyles

Noah Lyles net worth is $4 million. He is a very well recognized American professional track and fields printer competing in the 100 meters and 200 meters. He recently won Men’s 200 M gold at World Athletics Championship.

Noah Lyles Biography

Noah Lyles was born on July 18, 1997 in Gainesville, Florida, US. He has more than 270k followers on Instagram – nojo18.

He is the 2019 world champion, the 2020 Olympic bronze medalist, and the 2022 best on the planet in the 200 m. Lyles holds individual outclasses of 9.86 seconds for the 100 meters and 19.31 seconds for the 200 meters. Lyles is the American record holder in the 200-meter run.

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He won a gold decoration in the 200 meters during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. He won gold decorations in the 100 m and the 4 × 100-meter hand-off during the 2016 World U20 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. He won gold awards in the 200 meters and the 4 × 100-meter hand-off at the 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha.

Personal Details

Real NameNoah Lyles
Age25 years
Date of BirthJuly 18, 1997
BirthplaceGainesville, Florida, US
Zodiac SignCancer


FatherKevin Lyles
MotherKeisha Caine
SiblingsJosephus Lyles
GirlfriendsNot Known


SchoolT. C. Williams High School
Alexandria City High School
UniversitySeton Hall University

Physical Statistics

Height5’11 Feet
180 cm
1.80 m
Weight70 Kgs
154 Pounds
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Noah Lyles was a gymnastic specialist as a young and began olympic style events at 12 years old. His folks Keisha Caine and Kevin Lyles contended in olympic style sports at Seton Hall University. He went to T. C. Williams High School (presently Alexandria City High School) in Alexandria, Virginia.


Noah Lyles addressed the United States at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games where he won a gold decoration in the 200 m.

In January 2015, Lyles cleared 2.03 m (6 ft 7+3⁄4 in) in the high leap as a secondary school junior. In November 2015, he was named 2015 secondary school young men competitor of the year by Track and Field News.

In March 2016, Noah Lyles won the 200 m at the New Balance Nationals Indoor. In April 2016, Lyles won both the 100 m and 200 m at the 2016 Arcadia Invitational, establishing new gathering standards of 10.17 s and 20.48 s respectively. In June 2016, Lyles won the 100 m in 10.08 s at the USA Junior Championships.

In July 2016, Noah Lyles went to the U.S. Olympic Trials to seek spots in the Olympic group in the 100 m and the 200 m. He neglected to progress from his initial 100 m intensity, however in the 200 m he won his semi-last and afterward positioned fourth in the last with a period of 20.09 s, breaking a 31-year-old public secondary school record. Though he didn’t fit the bill for the 2016 Summer Olympics, he qualified for the 2016 World U20 Championships where he was a twofold gold medalist, taking the 100 m and 4 × 100 m transfer titles.


Noah Lyles had resolved to seek the Florida Gators at the University of Florida, however in July 2016, Noah and his more youthful sibling Josephus rather turned proficient and endorsed with adidas. In November 2016, Lyles was again named secondary school young men competitor of the year for 2016 by Track and Field News.

Noah Lyles at the 2020 Gyulai Memorial in Szekesfehervar, Hungary Lyles began 2017 with his most memorable senior public title in the 300 m at the 2017 USA Indoor Championships in the flimsy demeanor of Albuquerque, New Mexico, working on the indoor world record by 100th 100th of one moment to 31.87 s. He procured a silver decoration in the 4 × 200-meter transfer with group USA at the 2017 World Relays. Lyles won two meets in the 2017 IAAF Diamond League circuit, winning the last in front of American top dog Ameer Webb and title holder Ramil Guliyev. Be that as it may, wounds kept him from contending a large part of the time and he missed the 2017 World Championships thus.

Noah Lyles got back to Albuquerque to contend at the 2018 USA Indoor Championships, yet in the 60-meter run rather than the 300 m. He endured his most memorable intensity while approaching his own best season of 6.57 s, however neglected to progress through his semi-last. Having neglected to make the public group for the 2018 World Indoor Championships, he turned his concentration to planning for the outside season.

Noah Lyles opened with a success in the 200 m at the IAAF Diamond League Doha meet, setting another individual best with a period of 19.83 s. Half a month after the fact he ran the more uncommon 150 m at the adidas Boston Games, winning in an individual best season of 14.77 s. He got back to the 200 m at the IAAF Diamond League in Eugene, winning and working on his own best opportunity to 19.69 s. This time matched the world driving time set by Clarence Munyai before that year.

At the 2018 USA Championships he zeroed in on the 100 m all things considered, matching the world lead of 9.89 s in the semi-last. Mike Rodgers had set the world lead a day prior in a different intensity, yet he didn’t begin in the semi-finals. This passed on Noah Lyles essential opponent to be Ronnie Baker, who had run the 100 m in 9.78 s at the Prefontaine Classic prior that year, yet with a breeze speed directly over as far as possible for record purposes (+2.4 m/s).

In the last Baker stretched out a couple of meters beyond Lyles out of the blocks, however Lyles began to return partially through the race and just passed Baker in the last meter to win in 9.88 s, another world lead and individual best time for Lyles. He turned into the most youthful U.S. champion in the 100 m since Sam Graddy won in 1984.

Noah Lyles world lead in the 100 m would later be beaten by Baker (9.87 s) and afterward Christian Coleman (9.79 s), however at the Herculis IAAF Diamond League meet in Monaco Lyles set another 200 m world lead and individual best time in 19.65 s. The time set him in the main 10 quickest men in the 200 m of all time. Before that Lyles rose to his own best and world lead at the Athletissima IAAF Diamond League meet to win an enormously expected confrontation against Michael Norman, who had established the indoor worldwide best in the 400-meter run prior that year.

Noah Lyles went into the IAAF Diamond League last, the Weltklasse Zürich, as the number one. He was again matched facing title holder Ramil Guliyev who as of late likewise become European boss, setting an individual best of 19.76 s in the process. The two were put in nearby paths and ran equitably through the curve, yet Lyles began to pull away on the straight and completed in 19.67 s. It was his fourth time under 19.70 s in a similar season. Just a single other individual has been under 19.70 s multiple times in a vocation, world record holder Usain Bolt who likewise did it multiple times during his record-breaking 2009 season.

In 2019, Lyles opened the season by running 100 meters races, running a 9.86 (+0.9) world forerunner in Shanghai on May 18. In his initial 200-meter race, at the Pietro Mennea Golden Gala meet, he equalled Mennea’s well established 1979 world record time running a 19.72 (+0.7). After a month at Athletissima in Lausanne, he dropped his own best to 19.50 (−0.1) to move into the number 4 situation on the record-breaking list. After seven days he ran a 9.92 (+0.3) 100 in Monaco. With the drawn out plan in 2019, he ran the US National Championships toward the finish of July, taking the 200-meter title in 19.78 (−0.7) into a headwind in Des Moines. What’s more, in Paris he ran 19.65 (+0.2).

On August 4, 2021, Noah Lyles could deal with a bronze decoration at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in the 200-meter men’s last with a period of 19.74 seconds, equalling his season’s best at the USA Olympic Trials prior that year. He followed this Olympic execution with a 19.52 (+1.5) in Eugene, Oregon on August 21, which is his second best presentation and the ninth quickest 200 m imprint ever.