Andre DeGrasse won the bronze medal in the 100m at Les Crampons d’or in Ostrava, Czechia, in his first competition after a long absence due to injury.

The Canadian athlete clocked 10.21s for bronze, which is also his best time in this distance this season. Recall that the Canadian athlete had a rather difficult year 2022 due to injuries and COVID-19.

South African Akani Simbine took first place with a time of 9.98s. Italian Samuele Ceccarelli took second place with 10.15s.

Although he won silver in the 200m earlier this season at the Bermuda Grand Prix, De Grasse is best known for his talent and medal chances in the 100m.