Ferdinand Omanyala has broken the Kenyan run record for the fifth time as he arose second to American Travyon Brommel in the 100m of the Kip Keino exemplary games on Saturday, September 18.
Omanyala faced a ritzy gathering of run lords in the Absa Kip Keino Classic games which included 2004 Olympic boss Justin Gatlin and another American speed devil Travyon Brommel.
The Kenyan runner has been in strong structure since the Tokyo Games and has broken various Kenyan records in the development to the race in home soil, and assumptions were very high for the 28-year old to set up a decent show.
When the race was in progress, Omanyala made an eminent beginning, as he improved of larger part of his rivals inside the initial 50 meters.
Towards the finish of the race, he just had Brommel to beat yet shockingly ran out of track as Brommel barely beat him by simple milliseconds.
It was as yet a very amazing race for Omanyala, who timed 9.76s, contrasted with Brommel's 9.75.
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