Following two-time Olympian and Canadian sprinter Andre de Grasse’s performance at the 200m semifinals where he logged the fastest qualifying time and cemented his place as the world lead, de Grasse dominated in the 200m finals today, marking a 19.62s personal best and taking home his first-ever gold medal.

He accomplished this latest achievement at the summer games wearing Oakley’s newest innovation, Xeus, which he debuted during his 100m heat and finals early in the games.

With its own history of disruption, Oakley Xeus incorporates game-changing innovation unique to Oakley, with influence taken from the kabuto of samurai, the iconic warrior of the Olympics’ host country, Japan.

Faced with challenges posed by travel restrictions, Oakley found an innovative way to provide athletes with equipment on the ground. The company hand-built a custom robot in Japan, inspired by the most iconic series of planetary-discovery vehicles, the Mars Rovers, to deliver Xeus to the hands of their star competitors.