After winning a bronze medal a few days ago, a former Red Raven sprinter has captured Olympic gold.
Canadian Andre De Grasse posted a time of 19.62 seconds, beating his personal record and winning his first-ever Olympic gold medal. He is also the first Canadian to win the gold in the 200m since 1928.
De Grasse attended CCC in 2013 and 2014 before moving on to USC. Two Americans also finished on the podium; Kenneth Bednarek won silver with a time of 19.68 seconds, while Noah Lyles won bronze with a time of 19.74 seconds.