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Man Kaur started participating in athletics events when she was 93 years young. Now, the 101-year-old has just won the 100 metre dash at New Zealand’s World Masters Games.
Kaur completed the sprint in one minute 14 seconds.
Okay, so she was the only competitor in the 100+ age category, but still, look at her go:
101-year-old Indian woman wins 100 meter dash at World Masters Games in New Zealand as the only competitor in the 1… https://t.co/QDaGgUiLOp — ABC News (@ABC News)
Here she is celebrating:
Picture: Getty / Hannah Peters
@ABC @AuntNutmeg Yes! She's a beast! Prob beat this 39 year old smoker any day! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 — Hawaiian by birth... (@Hawaiian by birth...)
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