While speaking to Jeff Koinange on Citizen TV, Omanyala said he is now going for Bolt's position after recording new record which puts him as the fastest African.
"Most people could not believe that I could run that fast…In the Olympic trials, I had a bad start but I managed 10.02 and got the chance to go to Tokyo," he said.
About beating Bolt, he said he believes he can break his record and he is working on achieving that.
"I train 9 hours a day in sessions of three hours…I purpose to leave a record in all the races I will run," he added.
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