Canadian dash star Andre De Grasse completed fourth in a season-best effort within the males’s 200-metre occasion in Diamond League motion on Saturday in Paris, France.
The Markham, Ont., native crossed the end line with a time of 20.38 seconds.
South Africa’s Luxolo Adams ran away with the victory with a time of 19.82 seconds.
Dominican Alexander Ogondo positioned second with a nationwide file and private better of 20.03 seconds, whereas France’s Mouhamadou Fall took third place (20.26).
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De Grasse gained the primary Olympic gold medal of his profession and first by a Canadian within the 200 since 1928 final summer time, setting a nationwide file time of 19.62 in Tokyo. De Grasse has run the space twice this 12 months, with a better of 20.67 in authorized wind on April 29 close to his dwelling in Jacksonville, Fla.
Two weeks later, he was fourth in a wind-assisted 20.15 on the Diamond League season opener in Doha, Qatar.
Fraser-Pryce impresses with 100m efficiency
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce equalled her world-leading time of the 12 months in successful the 100 meters in 10.67 seconds on the Diamond League meet in Paris on Saturday.
She was unchallenged at Stade Charlety as she matched her time on the Kip Keino Basic in Kenya final month. She additionally beat Jamaican countrywoman and two-time reigning Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah’s meet file of 10.72, set final 12 months.
Winfred Yavi of Bahrain triumphed within the ladies’s 3,000 steeplechase in a world-leading and private finest time of 8:56.55.
Olympic bronze medallist Yaroslava Mahuchikh additionally set a world-leading mark for 2022 within the ladies’s excessive bounce at 2.01 meters as she led a 1-2-3 for Ukraine with Iryna Gerashchenko and Yuliya Levchenko.
American Devon Allen gained the lads’s 110 hurdles in 13.16, and Nigerian Tobi Amusan clinched the ladies’s 100 hurdles in 12.41 forward of Bahamian Devynne Charlton.
Frenchman Benjamin Robert happy the gang with a late surge to overhaul Australian Peter Bol and win the lads’s 800 in 1:43.75, whereas Ethiopian Selemon Barega cruised to victory within the males’s 5,000 in 12:56.19.
Olympic champions Steven Gardiner and Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas gained the lads’s and girls’s 400, in 44.21 and 50.10, respectively.
Additionally, Olympic champion Valarie Allman gained the ladies’s discus with a meet file of 68.68 meters to beat the earlier mark set by rival Sandra Perkovic of Croatia. Perkovic was second with a throw of 68.19.
Sweden hosts the following Diamond League meet in Stockholm on June 30.