Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has been enjoying himself since making a breakthrough into the international stage.The kenyan has today posted a photo of himself in Kanzu while in Dubai.
One of the fastest men is not just Kenya but the rest of Africa and the world at large, has done it again at the diamond League in Brussels. The 25 year old Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala is the current national record holder of the men's 100 meter race.
Kenya's fasted man Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has broken another record in athletics today Saturday 31st August at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Nairobi university student was representing Kenya in the 100 meters men race. Omanyala holds Kenya's record of the fasted man having run 100 meters in 10 minutes and 11 seconds the fastest ever for a Kenyan.
Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala is impressed by his performance despite not making it to the finals of the 100m race at the Tokyo Olympics. The 24 year old Nairobi University student was third on the semi final heats and clocked a new national record of 10.00 seconds. He however didn't qualify to run in the finals as he emerged 8th overall.
Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala who broke the first record on Saturday 31 July as the first Kenyan to reach the semi finals of the 100m men's race in the Olympics has again been showered with praises in Kenya after breaking the second record of being the first Kenyan to reach the finals of the race.
Kipkeino classics is just one day away from the start and various athletes have been intensifying their preparation towards the same. Some international athletes have arrived in the country and will be training at Kasarani. Some of the big names that have already arrived in the country include Justin Gatlin who holds the world champion twice in 100 metres.
Africa's quickest man Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has been gifted a fresh out of the plastic new Toyota Harrier by his backers at a service held at a Nairobi inn Wednesday.The Kenyan turned into the quickest man in the mainland subsequent to timing a period of 9.77 seconds at Saturday's Kip Keino Classic gathering in Nairobi to break the characteristic of 9.85s set by South Africa's Akani Simbine in July.
Current national record holder Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala became the first kenyan to run 100 meter race under 10 seconds. He sprinter in 9.86 at the Josko Lauf Meeting in Austria . The 25-year-old sprinter who recently finished fourth place in Brussel diamond league has confirmed he will part in the coming world continental tour which will be held in Nairobi Kenya next weekhttps://www.facebook.com/CitizenTVKe/videos/391897242344774/?app=fbl .
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.
Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala is a very happy man after receiving a brand new car from Odibets Kenya. The history maker was appreciated by the betting company for breaking multiple records both in the country and in Africa as a continent. Accompanied by his family, the 25year old Omanyala thanked Odibets for their appreciation.He went ahead of thank God for the far he has brought him.
Africa's fastest sprinter, Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala has been making headlines in the recent days as he broke the record at Nyayo International stadium. However, Ferdinand Omanyala has received a big blow as his Sponsors, DBA Africa have decided to cut off their sponsorship to him because of how he has attracted global attention
Most athletes have shown their impressive capabilities of running so fast especially in short races. Usain Bolt from Jamaica is the fastest man in history across the world with a record of 9.58s. Here is the Kenyan athlete who currently holds the title in Africa. Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala is the fastest man in Africa after breaking the continent’s 100 metres record.
Sports management company, DBA Africa, has cut lies with Kenyan athlete Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala. As per a public statement dated Monday, September 27, DBA Africa, said that it was disassociating with the splinter who has drawn in global attention. The company, in its assertion, featured its vital job in empowering the athlete contend in local, continental and international championships including the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games that pushed him to fame.
Kenyan athlete has been termed the fastest man in the ontinent after clocking a record of 9.77 seconds on Saturday during Kipkeino classic meeting in Nairobi. He is a male athlete known as Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala. He broke the earlier set time of 9.85 second by a south African athlete known as Akani Simbine in July.
In an interview with tv and comedy host Dr. King'ori, Friends School Kamusinga alumni Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala explains how 0.5 seconds cost him. Ferdinand set a record in the Olympics for being the fastest African sprinter and the first Kenyan to reach the semi-finals. On being compared to Usain Bolt, he acknowledged that Bolt was a good sprinter.
Sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala (from right) his wife Laventa and his father Mr Omurwa during his appreciation ceremony by Odibet betting company on Wednesday 22, September 2021. (Photo courtesy). Sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala, has caused an uproar after his revelation today that his girlfriend Laventa used to pay him bills while he was broke.
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.
Presidential aspirant and Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader, Musalia Mudavadi today stated that he is ready to form a government that will have enhanced policies to advance sporting industry in the country. Speaking after hosting the fastest man in Africa, Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala, Mudavadi said that Kenya has a lot of untapped talent which needs to be nurtured from an early age.