105-year-old Japanese sprinter sets new world record

Sep,28,2015 04:16:35

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Hidekichi Miyazaki has broken his own record to be the oldest competitive sprinter, according to Guinness World Record.

What will you be doing when you're 105? Or, the real question is, will you still be alive until then?

At 105, this super Japanese man still can break the world's record. "The doctors are all surprised. It's all about being in good health," he said.

After running in the 100m at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition in Kyoto (Japan), Hidekichi Miyazaki has broken his own record to be, again, the Oldest Competitive Sprinter with 44.42 seconds.

"Today my target was 35 seconds," Hidekichi said to reporters after finishing the challenge. "I shed tears of disappointment because I was not in good condition. I am not satisfied with today's time. But I am satisfied that I could cross the finish line."


By: Blue Tea

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