Team USA, World Athletic Championships, Budapest

Team USA dominated the medal count in the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, winning a total of 29 medals.

Millions of viewers from all over the world excitedly followed the event from August 19 to August 27, cheering on their own national competitors to win medals and titles. However, Team USA has once again triumphed among the 195 nations that took part in the nine-day competition, clinching 12 gold medals, 8 silver medals, and 9 bronze medals.

Noah Lyles and Sha’ Carri Richardson mainly led the pack, as they each won three medals. Lyles won three gold medals for the 100-meter, 200-meter and 4 by 100 meter relay events, while Richardson snatched two gold medals for the 100-meter and 4 by 100 meter relay events and a bronze medal in the 200-meter race.

Additionally, American competitors performed well in some events, taking home two of the three medals. Ryan Crouser won the gold medal and Joe Kavacs the bronze in the men’s shot put competition. Laulauga Tausaga and Valarie Allman, on the other hand, prevailed in the women’s discus throw, taking home gold and silver medals, respectively.

A list of US medalists in the 2023 World Athletics Championships is provided below:

Gold Medalists: 

  1. Noah Lyles – Men’s 100 meters
  2. Noah Lyles – Men’s 200 meters
  3. Grant Holloway – Men’s 100m Hurdles
  4. Ryan Crouser – Men’s Shot Put
  5. Sha’Carri Richardson – Women’s 100 meter
  6. Katie Moon – Women’s Pole Vault
  7. Chase Ealey- Women’s Shot Put
  8. Laulauga Tausaga – Women’s Discus Throw
  9. Team USA – Men’s 4x100m relay
  10. Team USA – Men’s 4x400m relay
  11. Team USA – Women’s 4x100m relay
  12. Team USA – Mixed 4x400m relay
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Silver Medalists:

  1. Erriyon Knighton – Men’s 200m
  2. JuVaughn Harrison – Men’s High Jump
  3. Anna Hall – Women’s Heptathlon
  4. Gabrielle Thomas – Women’s 200m
  5. Shamier Little – Women’s 400m Hurdles
  6. Tara Davis-Woodhall – Women’s Long Jump
  7. Valarie Allman- Women’s Discus Throw
  8. Janee Kassanavoid – Women’s Hammer Throw

Bronze medallists:

  1. Christopher Nilsen – Men’s Pole Vault
  2. Daniel Roberts – Men’s 110m Hurdles
  3. Joe Kovacs – Men’s Shot Put
  4. Quincy Hall – Men’s 400m
  5. Rai Benjamin – Men’s 400m Hurdles
  6. Athing Mu – Women’s 800m
  7. DeAnna Price – Women’s Hammer Throw
  8. Kendra Harrison – Women’s 100m hurdles
  9. Sha’Carri Richardson – Women’s 200m

After USA, Jamaica came in second place with a total of 12 medals- 3 golds, 5 silvers, and 4 bronzes, followed by closely by Kenya and Great Britain with each having 10 medals of their own.

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