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Kenya’s Umanyala is still getting a US visa for the World Championships in Athletics

12:39 pm Ferdinand Omanyala, the fastest man in Africa, will still be given a US visa so he can compete in the World Championships in Athletics. His coach told AFP about it on Thursday.

Omanyala had announced earlier Thursday that he could not compete in the World Athletics Championships in Eugene due to a visa delay. “Even if I got a visa today, it would be too late,” said the disappointed Kenyan athlete, who was to start in the 100 metres, whose series is already scheduled for Friday.

Amanila got his visa this morning from the Ministry of Sports. “He can run tonight and arrive in Oregon tomorrow morning,” coach Duncan Eimba said.

Nearly 2 million viewers of the victory of the orange lionesses

Time is 08:19 More than 1.9 million people witnessed the Dutch women’s national team win against Portugal 3-2 on Wednesday night on NPO 1. The match was watched by as many people as the first match against Sweden on July 9, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

A significant portion of football viewers remained on the channel after the match for the afterthought: about 1.78 million.

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