NAIROBI (KEN) – Ferdinand Omanyala, holder of the African 100m record at 9.77 seconds, has set his sights on breaking his own record at the Kip Keino Classic in Nairobi on 13 May (WACT Gold), reports Capital Sports.
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Omanyala expressed his ambitious goals: “I want to break my African record at the Kip Keino Classic…my target heading to South Africa is to run under 9.8 in both races as well as the Continental Gold event in Botswana.
“When I come to Nairobi for the Kip Keino Classic, my target is to run under 9.77, and that means breaking my record.”