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    Kenya: African Record Holder Ferdinand Omanyala Vows to Break His Own Record – “Nobody is Going to Beat Me This Year”

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    Nairobi, Kenya – (African Boulevard News) – Ferdinand Omanyala, the Kenyan 100-meter sprinter, has vowed to break his own African record and become the fastest man on the continent. This comes ahead of his upcoming race, the Kip Keino Classic, which will take place on Saturday in Nairobi.

    “Nobody is going to beat me this year,” said Omanyala confidently. “I have worked hard and improved my speed. I am confident that I will break my own African record and make history.”

    Omanyala currently holds the African record for the 100m, with a time of 9.77 seconds. He set this record at the Kip Keino Classic last year, breaking the previous record held by Nigerian sprinter Olusoji Fasuba, who ran 9.85 seconds in 2006.

    Omanyala’s record-breaking performance last year was not without controversy, as he was embroiled in a doping scandal that threatened to derail his career. He was suspended for a month by Athletics Kenya and stripped of his national record after testing positive for a banned substance.

    However, Omanyala bounced back from the setback, and has been working hard to regain his form and reputation. He has been training hard under the guidance of his coach, who has helped him develop new techniques and strategies to improve his speed and agility.

    “I am stronger, faster, and more focused than ever before,” said Omanyala. “I have learned from my mistakes, and I am determined to prove that I am a clean athlete who can compete at the highest level.”

    Omanyala’s determination and dedication have earned him the respect and admiration of his fellow athletes and fans. Many are eagerly anticipating his performance at the Kip Keino Classic, and believe that he has what it takes to beat his own record and make history once again.

    “Ferdinand Omanyala is a true inspiration to all Kenyan athletes,” said Athletics Kenya President Jackson Tuwei. “His resilience and perseverance are commendable, and we are proud to have him represent our country on the global stage.”

    As Omanyala prepares for the Kip Keino Classic, he remains focused and determined to achieve his goal of breaking his own African record. He hopes that his success will inspire other young athletes in Kenya and across Africa to pursue their dreams and strive for greatness.

    “I want to be a role model for young athletes who are looking up to me,” said Omanyala. “I want to show them that anything is possible if you work hard and believe in yourself.”

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