101!

“I feel really good winning all four gold medals, and this is not it, I will come back and compete again at the Master Games 2020 in Japan,” MAN KAUR told the Indian Weekender.

 

Man Kaur is living proof that age is just a number.

The 101-year-old from Chandigarh, India, has made history at this year's World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand, as the oldest female athlete to win a gold medal in the 100-meter race.

She's the oldest athlete at the multi-sport event, which has been labeled by many as the Olympics for veterans. Held every four years, the World Masters Games is for people of varying abilities who are, generally, age 35 or over.

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But did Man Kaur even give it her all? The Times of India quoted her son, Gurdev Singh, as saying, “Mother could have run faster.”

But did Man Kaur even give it her all? The Times of India quoted her son, Gurdev Singh, as saying, “Mother could have run faster.”

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/25/sport/101-ye...