Ferdinand Omanyala brought the roof down at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani with a stunning world lead of 9.85 seconds to win the men's 100m in the Kip Keino Classic.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, ODM boss Raila Odinga, and Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed had been a couple of the dignitaries who had been on their toes at Kasarani as Omanyala singed a strong discipline to win in 9. eighty-five seconds.
US's Olympic 100m silver medallist Fred Kerley changed into 2d in 9. ninety-two. Olympic hero Marcel Jacobs did now never again start the race as he's fighting paunch sickness.
Omanyala expected to keep up with his nerves after a phony start because of a damaged starting weapon to win, beating Kerley, who finished 2d in the season's top of line 9. ninety-two seconds as Young arrived 0.33 also in a season's top-notch 10.13.
It changed into a treats win for Omanyala, who had settled 2d all through excess year's Kip Keino Classic in which he finished 2d in an African report season of 9. seventy-seven seconds.
American Trayvon Bromell acquired in 9.76, making him and Omanyala the seventh and eighth fastest folks withinside the records of 100m.
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