Andre de Grasse of Canada has won the Olympic gold medal in the men’s 200 meters five years after finishing second to Usain Bolt, ending a string of close calls for the 26-year-old. De Grasse won in a national-record time of 19.62 seconds, holding off two Americans for the medals. Kenneth Bednarek won silver in a personal-best 19.68 seconds, and 2019 world champion and race favorite Noah Lyles took bronze in 19.74. Erriyon Knighton, the youngest member of the U.S. men’s track team at 17, placed fourth in 19.93. De Grasse has now filled out a medal collection that was missing only a gold. He won bronze four nights earlier in the 100 meters to go with the third-place medal he took in Rio de Janeiro. He also won a silver in the 200 in Rio.