Canadian sprinter Andre de Grasse failed to qualify for the 100 meter final at the World Championships in Athletics, held in Eugene, Oregon.
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The 27-year-old finished fifth in his semi-final heat after posting a time of 10.21 seconds, a result well below his standards.
Americans Fred Kerley and Christian Coleman, with times of 10.02s and 10.05s respectively, dominated this heat of qualifying for the final, which will feature Jamaican Oblique Seville, holder of the best time in the semis. -finals (9.90 s).
The only Canadian to earn a spot in the final is Toronto's Aaron Brown, despite finishing third in his heat. His time of 10.06 s allowed him to aspire to a medal in the last race, which is due to take place on Saturday evening.
De Grasse has been plagued by injuries and COVID-19 in the past year and likely hasn't returned to his former form.