The 25 year old Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala is the current national record holder of the men's 100 meter race.
He broke the record at the currently concluded Tokyo Olympics game in the country of Japan.
The sprinter was competing tonight at the men's 100 meter race in Brussels, Belgium and the race has just ended.
The sprinter has emerged fourth overall with time of 10.02 seconds at the race in Brussels.
The sprinter is promising in the men's 100 meter race, there is hope that he will do much better and eventually emerge the winner in the coming men's 100 meter race.
This is a great feat for the Kenyan who has been exemplary ever since he broke through the ranks in Tokyo.
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