With the sprint races in the 2016 Olympic Games almost coming to an end, Adams, who ran in lane 6 of the heat 9 Tuesday, August 16th, crossed the line clocking a time of 20.49 seconds.
Though he had a slow start, he was able to keep up with the other runners and finished in fifth place.
The heat was won by Canada’s Andre De Grasse with a time of 20.09 seconds; he qualified for the semis. Grasse placed 3rd in the 100 meters final race behind Usain Bolt of Jamaica and Justin Gatlin of USA.
Also qualifying from the same race was Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake of Great Britain. He ran a time of 20.24 seconds.
The St Kitts and Nevis team is now focusing all their efforts and trainings on the upcoming 4×100 meters relay.