Ferdinand Omanyala is a Kenyan sprinter who has done wonders this year. He is a record-breaker who has raised the Kenyan flag high. This year at the Tokyo Olympics he broke the national record during the semi-finals by clocking 10.00 seconds. He however failed to make it to the finals, but that was enough show to make Kenya proud of him.
During The Kip Keino Classic-World Athletics Continental Tour 2021 at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on September 18, 2021. , Omanyala shook the world by his national record for the 5th time. He finished the race with 9.77 seconds. He came second after America Trayvon Bromwel who won in 9.76 seconds. After the impressive results, Omanyala was named 8 the fastest man alive.
Despite being on the track and training session for most of his time, Mr. Fredinand seems to make time for his family. From the photos of his family that he shares on his social media pages, one can easily come to a conclusion that he indeed loved and reckons his kinsmen.
Below are six photos of Omanyala sharing good moments with his relatives.
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