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Omanyala Brings Kenya Into History Of Athletic After Big Win

Ferdinand Omanyala on Saturday evening timed 9.76s to break Kenya's 100m National record for the fifth time at the Kip Keino Classic at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani . 

American Trayvon Bromwel dominated the race in 9.76 in front of Omanyala's African record, with former Olympics 100m hero Justin Gatlin completing third in 10.02. 

Omanyala likewise crushed South Africa Akani Simbine's record of 9.84 seconds. 

"I have vanquished Africa, next I'm going for the World record," Omanyala revealed to Standard Sports. I guaranteed my fans a decent show and I'm glad I conveyed," he said. 

Justin Gatlin was among the main individuals to honor Omanyala for his heavenly presentation. 

"He utilized the old neighborhood support all around well. I trust Omanyala will be a power to deal with," he said. 

President Uhuru Kenyatta saluting Ferdinand Omanyala, the second quickest person on the planet this year, timing 9.77 seconds. 

Congratulations to Ferdinand Omanyala for breaking Kenya's 100M National record for the fifth time at the Kip Keino Classic. With enough help and great preparing offices from the government,Omanyala can without much of a stretch break Usain Bolt's 100M exceptional another world record.

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