Africa’s fastest man, Ferdinand Omanyala closed his season before the Budapest showdown with a win at the place where it all started when he ran his first sub 10 seconds.
The 27 year-old won his first heat when he posted a 10.08 as he sailed to his final heat where he was beaten to second in a time of 10.07 with Great Britain’s Eugene Amo-Dadzie taking the honors 10.04 with Puerto Rico’s Khalfani Muhammad closing the podium three finishes in 10.51 at the Internationales Josko Laufmeeting in Pramtal Stadium, in Adorf, Austria .
The Commonwealth 100m champion was happy with the result as he shifted his focus to the World Athletics Championship slated for next month in Budapest, Hungry.
“All the races before the world championships done. The road to Budapest is now clear. Trusting the process.” said Omanyala.