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Athletics- Exciting times for African Sprinters (100m)

 

Athletics- Exciting times for African Sprinters (100m)

African sprinters are getting noticed this early season. At the end of April they occupy the first 3 spots on the 100m World lists with sub-10 marks. Ghana’s Benjamin Azamati and Joseph Amoah clocked 9.90 and 9.94 in the USA, while Ferdinand Omanyala of Kenya achieved 9.98 in South Africa. Five more African representatives have already run sub 10.10.

Men’s 100m African top lists at the end of April 2022
9.90 (+2.0) Benjamin Azamati GHA, Austin TX (USA) 25/03/2022
9.94 (+0.8 ) Joseph Paul Amoah GHA, Baltimore MD (USA) 23/04/2022
9.98 (-0.9) Ferdinand Omanyala KEN, Johannesburg (South Africa) 13/04/2022
10.04 (+1.7) Clarence Munyai RSA, Pretoria (South Africa) 12/03/2022
10.04 (+1.9) Raymond Ekevwo NGR, Waco TX (USA) 23/04/2022
10.07 (+0.6) Udodi Onwuzurike NGR, Stanford CA (USA) 01/04/2022
10.08 (+1.3) Letsile Tebogo BOT, Gaborone (Botswana) 19/02/2022
10.09 (+1.6) Alaba Akintola NGR, Auburn AL (USA) 16/04/2022

 

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