World 100m silver medallist Marvin Bracy last night beat Commonwealth champion Ferdinand Omanyala by 0.01 seconds to claim victory in the second 100 metres race at the Spitzen Leichtathletik, a World Athletics Continental Tour Silver level meeting held at the Stadion Allmend in Luzern, Switzerland.
Competing for the first time since his commonwealth win, Omanyala crossed the finish line in 10.18 seconds, just 0.01 seconds behind the American.
“It was very cold, very tough and it wasn’t easy to run fast times. But a second spot finish is good and I enjoyed myself,” Omanyala said.
Third on the podium was Jamaican Ackeem Blake, who clocked 10.22 seconds.
World 100m silver medallist Marvin Bracy edges Commonwealth 100m champion Ferdinand Omanyala in the A final in Luzern ?
The pair clock 10.17 (-1.7) and 10.18 respectively in pretty atrocious conditions! #ContinentalTour pic.twitter.com/s9RXEZCaCZ
— AW (@AthleticsWeekly) August 30, 2022
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Here are the full results:
1 Marvin Bracy (USA) 10.17
2 Ferdinand Omanyala (KEN) 10.18
3 Ackeem Blake (JAM) 10.22
4 Abdul Hakim Sani Brown (JPN) 10.27
5 Brandon Carnes (USA) 10.36
6 Reynier Mena (CUB) 10.36
7 Kyree King (USA) 10.46
8 Ryan Zeze (FRA) 10.72