Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has promised Kenyans some good performances in the coming tournaments after becoming the second fastest man in the whole African continent, only beaten by Nigerian Adegoke .Adegoke reached the finals of the 100 metres only to drop out of the lane with an injury. The two African representatives have been hailed for their great show in the world's most prestigious tournament.
During an interview after the race, the Kenyan man was quick to thank God for the far he has taken him. However, he knows well that he still has alot to do if he has any hopes of winning a medal. According to the daily news paper,he is only getting started. Omanayala remained coy when asked about the treatment and the atmosphere in Tokyo. He thanked the whole management, trainers and stakeholders for enabling a smooth run of the Olympic games.
"Kenyans should expect alot from me in the coming races, I have gained enough experience that will be vital for me".The Kenyan was quoted speaking. He did not comment anything about his fellow countryman Otieno who failed a drug test that saw him sidelined from the race.
We wish team Kenya all the best as they strive for their fast gold medal.
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