Yet another success for the canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse at the Canadian Championships in Edmonton that confirms his outstanding condition after the NCAA race where he ran the 100mt in 9”75 and the 200 m in 19”58 with wind in favor.
The young athelete, in the 100mt race, proved his value running in 9”95 with strong yet still regular (+ 1,5 m/s), new PB.
Andre De Grasse proved himself to be a precious resource for the canadian team, where the stakes of a successful solo performance are still low but, with the team, could play a winning role in the Relay race, fertile ground in the past for the canadians
Behind De Grasse we see: Aaron Brown (10”13) , Justyn Warner (10”16) and Gavin Smellie (10”19).
Andre de @Youngtip94 wins Can Champs in fast 9.95 (+1.5) ahead of A.Brown 10.13, Warner 10.16, Smellie 10.19.
— Alfonz Juck (@emenews) 4 Luglio 2015