Andre De Grasse has left Altis
Canadian 200m document holder and 2016 Olympic medallist Andre De Grasse is reportedly leaving Stuart McMillan and Altis. The sprinter has labored with McMillan since 2015.
De Grasse had a disappointing summer season at the monitor, coping with a hamstring harm that pressured him to tug up within the 200m semi-final on the Canadian championships and make contact with his season early. He additionally was once not able to compete on the 2018 Commonwealth Games. His tough 2018 season adopted the sprinter’s withdrawal from the 2017 World Championships.
De Grasse reportedly mentioned in an e-mail to The Canadian Press, “I felt like the time was right to make a change. Coach McMillan is a great coach and we had a lot of success together, but the past two years haven’t gone the way we hoped so we decided the best thing to do was make a change.”
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The sprinter has switched to train Rana Reider who’s had massive luck together with his athletes within the game. He has coached one of the easiest sprinters on the planet like Dafne Schippers and Christian Taylor, each are former international champions and Olympic medallists. Reider is hard, however that’s how he will get effects. He advised The Telegraph again in 2017, “I don’t really know why they move here. To run fast or jump far I guess. They’re not here for my personality.” De Grasse will teach out of the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
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