Ferdinand Omanyala Sets A New African 100m Record
Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala set a new African Men’s 100m record in 9.77 at Absa Kip Keino Classic Continental Tour in Nairobi, Kenya. The African 100m record was held by South Africa’s Olympian and National Record holder Akani Simbine with a time of 9.84. Akani’s record was set on 6 July 2021 at Gyulai Istvan Memorial in Szekesfehervar, Hungary. Ferdinand Omanyala sets a new African 100m record.
Omanyala has been in fine form since Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. His time also makes him the 2nd fastest man in 2021. He also broke the Kenyan National record in the men’s 100m dash and he is now the 8th fastest athlete to run the 100m in 9.76 of all time. He has broken the Kenyan 100m Record twice in less than 2 months after Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
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From Tokyo Olympics to Diamond League, Omanyala has had a phenomenal season so far and has wrapped his season up on a high note against the likes of two-time world champion Justin Gatlin.
The United States’ Olympian and the two-time world champion Justin Gatlin was a pre-race fovourite but Kenya’s Omanyala stole the show with his African Record while America’s Trayvon Bromell finished first in 9.75 in a world lead time. Bromell’s time in 9.76 makes him the fastest man in 2021. Kenya’s Omanyala placed second in 9.76 while Justin Gatlin from the United States finished third in 10.02
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Below is the official result
|1||TRAVON BROMELL||9.75 WL,PB,SB||UNITED STATES|
|2||FERDINAND OMANYALA||9.77 AR,NR,PB,SB||KENYA|
|3||JUSTIN GATLIN||10.02||UNITED STATES|
|5||TYREE KING||10.11||UNITED STATES|
|6||MIKE RODGERS||10.20||UNITED STATES|
|8||JAKPA JEREMIAH OGHENERUEMU||10.35||NIGERIA|
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