Encounter Ferdinand Omanyala, a true epic. The Kenyan sprinter will be in Eugene after it now appears that his participation in the world championships has completely disappeared due to the refusal of a visa to enter the United States.
To confirm the attendance of Omanyala was coach Duncan Ayimba. As Repubblica also reported, the 26-year-old Kenyan coach will be able to arrive in Oregon before the start of the 100m qualifying, which takes place on Italian night.
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Now it seemed impossible for Omanyala to be able to participate, Since the Kenyan himself wrote in the last hours: “It’s over. There’s nothing I can do. It’s been the longest waiting day of my life and I don’t like waiting.”
At the Tokyo Olympics, Omanyala was the first Kenyan athlete to reach the Olympic semi-finals in the 100-meter sprint. Eugene’s goal is to reach the final and then also play for a medal. Umanyala last year ran a time of 9’77 at home (African record) even if with a wind of 1.2, while the best time of the season was 9 inches 85, back in Kenya in May.
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