This 105 Year-Old Sprinter Just Proved That Age Is Basically Just A Number.
Hidekichi Miyazaki might have turned 105 recently but the senior is still training like any young athlete. Miyakazi ran the 100 meter at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition in Japan. Miyazaki’s goal was to finish in 35 seconds, but he did it in 42.22 seconds. Nonetheless, he still broke his own and the Guinness World Record as the oldest competitor.
Miyazaki is a huge Usain Bolt fan, the Jamaican sprinter and fastest man in the world, so much so that Miyazaki hopes to compete against the 29-year-old one day. With such determination and passion, it is only a matter of time before Miyazaki meets his idol while breaking more records. After all, the Japanese sprinter is often called the "Golden Bolt."
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Source: Cipi Ripi Lala