Ferdinand Omanyala Reacts To Breaking National Record Four Times

The world indoor tour has come to an end and sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala is celebrating his strides.

The African 100m record holder took to social media to look back at the 2022 indoor season, writting;

“It has been a great expirience participating in 60meters indoor tour, in which I broke the national record 4 times. 6.66, 6.63, 6.60, 6.57.

Back to drawing board, training even harder and improving my craft to make it perfect.”

Ferdinand Omanyala Breaks National 60m Record Four Times

For the fourth time in 2022, Ferdinand Omanyala broke the 60-metre dash national record.

Omanyala clocked 6.57 seconds to finish fourth at the Meeting Hauts-de- France Pas-de-Calais on Thursday night in Lievin, France.

The time was enough to better the 6.60m record set at Meeting Metz Monselle Athlelor where he emerged first in a semi-final heat.

The 26-year-old Sprinter broke the National Record for the first time on February 4th 2022 when he won at Meeting Elite de Miramas in France

Omanyala won his semi-final heat in 6.63 and came fourth behind; Olympic 100m champion Jacobs Marcell from Italy, who won in 6.50 in the finals.

Cravont Charleston and Elijah Hall from the United States timed 6.52 and 6.57 to finish second and third respectively.