Photo Courtesy. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics competitions have not been the best for Kenyans with the country failing to get even a single medal in the competitions so far. However, Kenyans are still hopeful that the situation will change soon with the track events underway. Earlier today Kenyan Sprinter Omurwa Omanyala broke the country's record in the 100 Meters after recording a time of 10 seconds in the semi-final where he faced off against the likes of Jamaican Legend Yohan Blake.
Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa who specializes in the 100m and 200m events has made another record of participation today.The Olympic semi-finalist has been in fine form this year, breaking the Kenyan record consecutively, twice running 10.01, then 10.00 before breaching the 10 second barrier with a 9.86 run in Olympics held in Australia to become the first Kenyan to achieve this feat.
Omurwa Ferdinand Omanyala has entered into history books as the first Kenyan to represent the nation up to the semi-finals in the 100m race at the Olympic Games. Despite the fact that Ferdi (his nickname) didn’t qualify for the finals, he managed to set a national record of 10.01.
Sometimes being a debutant in anything comes with many challenges from facing a new environment to the people around you. It is a case with the Kenyan fastest man Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala. The man who has come a long way so far in his career as a sprinter.
Harambee stars coach Engin Firat has come under immense pressure after record the worst result in his first match as the head coach of the national team Harambee stars. Firat says he is angry with the boys for their worst display in the first 45 minutes against Mali. He says that was not his team he has been training.
Good evening and welcome to our evening sports news as I bring you news on Harambee stars defender Johnstone Omurwa. It's been a couple of days since our national team Harambee Stars embarked on its preparation for the coming match against group leaders Mali. In his assessment of local based players, Engineering Firat has been already impressed by some young players in the squad.
The fastest Kenyan in the 100 metres race at Tokyo Olympics Ferninand Omanyala Omurwa is a multi talented individual in sports industry. The Old boy of Friends School Kamusinga was ones a rugby player according to s post shared on Shujaa Twitter page this evening. "Can anyone sport Omanyala Omurwa" tweeted Shujaa
Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa is a Kenyan sprinter who specializes in the 100m and 200m events. He participated in the Tokyo Olympic games in Japan and now setting his new record as the 8th fastest man in the world. The famous Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa added another massive milestone on Saturday, August 14 by smashing his own personal record and etching himself amongst the elite class of track athletes.
The reason behind Harambee Stars defender missing out of the squad. Harambee Stars defender and under 23 captain Johnston Omurwa has missed out of the squad that will represent Kenya in the cecafa tournament in Bahir Ethiopia, in the next few days. Omurwa has been outstanding in his club and the national team harambee stars in recent times.
Ferdinand Omanyala is currently the fastest man in Kenya and African as he holds the African record in the 100M race. The father of one set the new record on Saturday 18th September during the Absa Kip Keino continental tour held at the Kasarani stadium. He finished second behind USA's Bromwell Treyvon who clocked a time of 9.76S.
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.
The Kenya's Sprinter Ferdinand Omurwa participated in the sub10 club today at the Josko Laufmeeting in Austria a competition that has enabled him to be ranked as the first Kenyan to compete in the race successfully. Omurwa who came to the limelight after running the 100 metres in 10 seconds at the Olympics in Japan has yet earned himself a new record for running under 10 seconds.
Mogire Omurwa Arasa left residents of Kituta Chache South Constituency in Kisii County in deep mourning after he committed suicide through hanging self outside his house following continuous frustrations from his wife in conjunction with the the mother-in-law. Before he died, he left a suicide note instructing his wife and mother-in-law not to attend his burial.