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Julia, ‘He’ He will set a new Senior Games record for the 50 meter sprint in the Women’s 100-plus departments.
An active-hundred-year-old took the gold at the Senior Games for several of the events this week.
Julia, “Hurricane”,” the People of Baton Rouge, La., it was to fight in the games women’s 100-plus division at the University of new mexico, N. M., where she finished the 50-meter sprint on Monday, and is believed to have been a new all-time high.
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In addition to the 50-foot, 103-year-old former teacher, is also the world record holder in her age group in the 100-meter dash, which she finished in less than 40 seconds, which was two years ago, KRQE reported, as well as in the 60-meter dash, which she ran in 24.75 seconds to complete.
Although, this year, He competed and finished the 100-meter dash in just over 46 seconds for the win in its division, but it will not beat its record.
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The people who didn’t start running until the age of 101, he said, they will give preference to a training program outside in her yard in Louisiana.
“I’ve got an acre of land and I have 50 species of trees, and I’ve been working with them all the time,” He told KRQE.
More than just a record holder, He will be a great source of inspiration for other men and women of her own age.
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“I’m hoping that I’m inspiring them to get healthy and to realize that you can do in this kind of era,” He said.