Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports


Track and field


Middle distance running

Omanyala's World Championship Journey Ends In The Semi Finals, Super Faith Sails 1500 Women's Finals

Double Olympic champion super Faith easily cruised into the women’s 1500m semi-final at the World Championships in Eugene yesterday morning as she won her Heat in 4:04.53, leading compatriot Chebet into today's race.

Super Faith and Chebet Winnie sail to the women's 1500m final after finishing 1and 6 in semis heat respectfully.Congratulations to Super Faith And Chebet Winnie, another medals

African record holder Omanyala’s chaotic World Championships journey ended in the semi-finals, just like Olympic Games did last year, after finishing 5th in the 100m semis early today morning.

Ferninad Omanyala’s debut at the biyearly championship had been marred with confusion, having arrived in Oregon just 3 hours to his Heats yesterday morning and having less than 24 hours to recover for the semi-finals.

African champion clocked 10.14secs to finish 5th in the semis, slower than the Heats on yesterday morning when he clocked 10.10secs to finish 3th in his Heat.

His semi-final heat was won by Jamaican Seville who dropped another sub-10 timing, clocking 9.90secs ahead of Mervin who clocked 9.93secs.

Content created and supplied by: Greatjunior (via Opera News )

Faith Ferninad Omanyala Olympic Games Super Faith World Championship


Load app to read more comments