DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Noah Lyles is counting down the days until he can kick back and read comic books, record some music he’s written, spend money on fashionable clothes and do whatever other non-track things come to mind. The home screen on the American sprinter’s phone already tells him it’s about that time: “ I am the 2019 200 world champion” greets him when he glances down. But there’s one more event for him at the world championships _ the 4×100 relay _ before a four-week break to slow down. Then, a new mantra will appear on his phone for him to stare at: Win the 100m and 200m at the Tokyo Olympics. His win in the 200m at worlds started him on the path. His success in Tokyo would only serve to send the 22-year-old even further on his way. “They are going to say I’m an icon,” Lyles confidently proclaimed in an interview with The Associated Press. With no Usain Bolt around, Lyles is being trumpeted as the next big thing in track and field. Mention it to him, though, and he rolls his eyes. He knows track is searching for another superstar and he’s happy to help fill the role. But it will happen on his time, not anyone else’s schedule. It’s why he didn’t run the 100m at worlds th...