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105-year-old Japanese man ran 100 meters in 42 seconds - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 September 2015 08:28

Japanese Hidekiti Miyazaki, nicknamed "The Golden Bolt" in honor of the six-time Olympic champion USAin Bolt, on Wednesday in Kyoto, the day after his birthday, ran the 100m of 42.22 seconds. At the end of the race winning Miyazaki depicted famous "Lightning" USAin Bolt, after which he received a certificate from the Guinness Book representatives confirming his record. "I am not happy with the result, - said Miyazaki in an interview with AFP. - During the race I had tears streaming down, because I knew that running too slow. I guess I'm getting old! You know, in the race I was still a newbie. I need harder training. The training is good, so I set a goal to run 100m in 35 seconds. I can still improve your score. " "I can say that I am proud of their health. A few days ago I passed the medical examination and the doctors told me that I'm healthy as a cucumber. Maybe my mind is not as sharp, but physically I was tip-top. I have never had any problems health. Doctors amazed me. I definitely can not continue to run even a couple of years. " Responding to a question about the success of USAin Bolt at the World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, Miyazaki wrinkled his nose and said with a grin: "He has not run with me." "I wanted to compete with him - said Miyazaki, who lost a few seconds at the start due to the fact that it is not heard a shot starting pistol. - A few years ago he came to Japan and wanted to meet with me, but I was not home, and he left with nothing. I'm very sorry about that. "     

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