The defeat of Kenyan sprinter and Africa's fastest man, Ferdinand Omanyala, in the semi-finals in Oregon raised worries among his admirers.
Omanyala failed to qualify for the 100-meter final after finishing fifth in the third semi-final heat. Fred Kerley of the United States timed 9.86 seconds to win the 100-meter dash. Tryvon Bromell placed third, while Marvin Bracy placed second.
Omanyala finished fifth in the semifinals with a time of 10.14 seconds. Omanyala stated in his morning tweet that every difficulty you experience today makes you stronger. The purpose of life's difficulties is to make you stronger, not bitter. The only way to develop persistence and resiliency is to be given the opportunity to work through challenging problems. No matter how much rain pours on us, we continue to move.
Many netizens responded to the message with a variety of opinions. Here are a few of their responses. https://twitter.com/Ferdiomanyala/status/1548518676663377920?t=tsqQfy4 0GFzuUhRDOHJOQ & s=19
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