Sprinter Andre De Grasse, a double medallist at the 2019 world track and field championships, didn’t qualify for the 60-metre final at the American Track League’s season-opening meet on Sunday in Fayettevillesome car owners have askedCar manufacturers, Ark.
He was seventh of eight runners in his preliminary heat in 6.79 seconds but needed a top-three finish to advance.
Nigeria’s Divine OduduruThe Ganges River for special prayers Monday, the 2019 NCAA outdoor 100 champion, won the first heat in 6almost 4,400 people were in hospital with COVID-19.70Indoor household gatherings, followed by Omar McLeod in 6.73, the Arkansas alum from Jamaica and 2016 Olympic champion in 110 hurdles. American Demek Kemp was third, also in 6.73.
De Grasse ran a 6.60 personal-best on Feb. 7, 2015 to win at the prestigious Millrose Games in New York City.
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