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Sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala Breaks His own 10 seconds record in 100m Austria

Omanyala was the first Kenyan to have run 100 metres in 10 seconds. He was the first to have a personal and national record of 10 seconds in the Olympics.

In the semi finals that omanyala was involved today, omanyala managed to beat his personal and national record of 10 seconds to 9.96 seconds.

On his Twitter handle omanyala praised himself and thanked God for improvements that he continues to enjoy in the 100 metres race.


A sub 10. 


It just had to come in Austria. 

Finals coming up in a short while. 

Thank you lord.

On the finals he lowered it again from 9.96 to 9.86. An impressive improvement of 10 micro seconds.

Omanyala posing on his personal and national best

As he hunts better performance in the 100 metres, the sprinter has promised to more to come as his target to beat Usain Bolt of Jamaica remains valid. Kenyans on Twitter were amazed by the pace that omanyala is improving and getting better every day.

You are a hero & your best days just started. Your have redefined the short races & made them African(Kenya) race! Kenya has joined the likes of USA, Brazil, Trinidad Tobbago, Jamaica etc as an equal patner! Many will say bado but i refuse, we can do this better than them! Bravo!

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