This was said by the African 100-meter record holder during an Odibets celebration in his honor. He also expressed gratitude to his father and Odi bets for their contributions to his path.
The 25-year-old father of one ran a personal best of 9.77 seconds at the Absa Kip Keino Classic on Saturday, September 18th at the Kasarani stadium. He finished second to Bromell Treyvon of the United States, who recorded a mark of 9.76 seconds.
Omanyala's new record became the current African 100M record, making him the continent's fastest male.
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