World Championship 100m bronze medalist, Pan Am Games Champion and NCAA Champion Andre De Grasse has joined Altis (formerly World Athletics Center) in Phoenix, Arizona.

It was quite the season for Canada’s new sprint superstar. Beginning with what may be the most impressive sprint double in history, where he doubled up at NCAA Championships – winning the 100 in 9.75 and the 200 in 19.57 barely an hour later, Andre went on to also double at the Pan Am Games in his home city of Toronto, before winning bronze in Beijing with a new PR of 9.92 in what was his 52nd race of a long season!


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