Two days to the World Athletics Championships in Oregon, USA run star Ferdinand Omanyala is still in the country.
The Kenya and Africa record holder in 100m is supposed to contend on Friday, yet will be yet to get a visa to empower him travel Oregon.
Having been hailed off by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday at the State House, Nairobi countless sports have proactively made the north of 22-hour trip.
“I have stayed with the TM and we are as yet standing by to hear from them. They let us know they would call us thus it is inevitable. Obviously it is stressing on the grounds that my most memorable race is on Friday and this is a long flight,” Omanyala told Capital Sport.
He adds; “It requires very nearly 22 hours to arrive and as an athlete you really want at some point to rest and furthermore train a piece to shake the fly slack. Taking a gander at all conditions and my most memorable race being on Friday, I am simply trusting I can leave today (Wednesday) with the goal that I arrive Thursday night and recharge a little.”