Bolt retired in the year 2017 after leading a highly successful career that saw him win multiple races in the World Championships and the Olympics. Omanyala is on steady rise having been crowned Africa's best as he aims to win titles at the commonwealth games and World Championships.
Omanyala who was recently crowned Africa's champion said that given Bolt is enjoying his retirement, he would floor him in a race. Bolt remains to be the fastest man the world has ever seen.
He set the quickest time in the 100 metres race in 2009 with a time of 9.58 seconds that no athlete has come close to breaking or equalling. Ferdinand believes that he has all it takes for him to break Bolt's record, that has been in existence for over 13 years.
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