Canada’s Andre De Grasse has taken home the gold in the men’s 200-metre race at the Tokyo Olympics.
De Grasse won with a time of 19.62 seconds, breaking the Canadian record he had set just a day before in the semifinal.
Kenneth Bednarek of the U.S. came in second with a time of 19.68, and another American, Noah Lyles, took bronze with a time of 19.74 seconds.
This is De Grasse’s second medal this Olympics: he also won bronze in the 100-metre.
De Grasse won silver in this event at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
De Grasse’s victory comes 25 years plus a week after Donovan Bailey raced to 100-metre gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.