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Andre De Grasse Runs 100m In Jesse Owens' Spikes

Andre De Grasse Runs 100m In Jesse Owens' Spikes
Before the 2016 Olympic Games where Canadian Andre De Grasse won his second global bronze medal in the 100m dash, De Grasse was challenged to race 100m in the same conditions as Olympic champion Jesse Owens had in 1936. With a dirt track, no blocks, hand timing, and 1936 spikes, De Grasse may have met his match. Check out CBC's video below:

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