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105 year old sprinter Sets New Record

The 105-year-old- sprinter, Miyazaki, referred to as the “Golden Bolt” for impersonating Jamaican Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt’s well known lightening bolt pose, says he wishes for the chance to challenge the fastest man on earth, according to Guinness World Records.

Born on Sept. 22, 1910, Miyazaki was actually 8-years-old at the time World War I ended and 34-years-old when Japan was defeated in World War II . He didn’t start running up until he was in his 90’s, given that most of the friends and colleagues with whom he had played the Japanese board game “Go” had departed, according to Guinness World Records.

“The doctors are all surprised. It’s all about being in good health,” he told reporters.

Japan, which on Monday observed “Respect for the Aged Day, tops the world in quantity of men and women over age 65 years of ages. The quantity of people over 80 surpassed 10 million for the very first time, of whom 60,000 are above 100 years of ages, according to a study released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs recently.

105 year-old-sprinter Sets New 100 Meter Sprint Record

Japanese 105 year old sprinter Hidekichi Miyazaki established a brand-new record as the world’s oldest competitive sprinter, just one day following turning 105 years old. What’s fascinating is, he pointed out he was dissatisfied at falling just short of his own personal best.

Miyazaki was questioned about the key for his prosperity, Miyazaki shared he conditioned everyday, ate in small amounts and chewed his meals thoroughly.

“I wanted to shave off a few more seconds as I got 36 seconds while training,” Miyazaki, wearing a brilliant red T-shirt and running shorts, said after finishing his run with a time of 42.22 on Wednesday. His own personal record of 34.10, earned when he was 103, continues being unbeaten for centenarian.

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