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Andre De Grasse completes sprint double at NCAA Championships

Andre De Grasse from Markham, Ont., has won the men's 100m and 200m titles at the 2015 NCAA Championships. De Grasse won the 100m title in a wind-aided time of 9.75 (+2.7). The fastest time ever run by a Canadian athlete in any condition. 

Not only is he now the fastest Canadian ever in any conditions, he is the seventh fastest in the world, ever.

1. Usain Bolt - 9.58
2. Tyson Gay - 9.68w
3. Obadele Thompson - 9.69w
4. Yohan Blake - 9.69
5. Asafa Powell - 9.72
6. Richard Thompson - 9.74w
7. Andre De Grasse - 9.75w

 

Andre wasn't finished there, 45-minutes later he won the 200m title in 19.58w (+2.4). A sprint double for the ages. 

That ranks him sixth all-time in all conditions.

1. Usain Bolt - 19.19
2. Yohan Blake - 19.26
3. Michael Johnson - 19.32
4. Walter Dix - 19.53
5. Tyson Gay - 19.58
6. Andre De Grasse - 19.58w

 

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