The Legacy Awards will give inaugural trophies to Andre De Grasse, Kayla Grey and Fabienne Colas, organizers announced Friday.
The new awards show, founded by brothers Shamier Anderson and Stephan James through their organization The Black Academy, is intended to honour Black Canadian talent, and will give out its first round of awards this weekend.
Track sprinter De Grasse is a six-time Olympic medallist, and took home three medals — a bronze, silver and gold — at the games in 2022. He was the first Canadian ever to do so. In winning that gold, he also became the first Canadian in 93 years
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