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April 26, 2017 / Posted by:

Man Kaur, a gold medal-winning track superstar who just so happens to be 101 years old!

The World Masters Games is sort of like the Olympics for the olds. You have to be at least 35 to participate in most of the sports and there’s really no requirements beyond that. Man Kaur from Chandigarh, India is the great memaw version of Usain Bolt and she’s won more than 20 medals at different Masters Games events since joining the track game 8 years ago. At this year’s Masters Game in Auckland, New Zealand, the track star who’s got Allyson Felix thinking about switching careers has won two gold medals so far. CNN says that she  won the gold in the 200-meter dash yesterday, and on Monday, she took gold in the 100-meter dash after clocking in at 74 seconds. Florence Griffith-Joyner currently holds the world record for the fastest women to do the 100 meter dash. She did it in 10.49 seconds, and that’s just 63.51 seconds faster than Man Kaur. Usain Bolt currently holds the world record for the fastest human to do the 100 meter dash. He did it in 9.58 seconds, and that’s just 64.42 seconds faster than Man Kaur. What I’m getting at is that Man Kaur is coming for their records!

Yes, Man Kaur, who is the oldest female athlete at the Masters Games this year, competed by herself, but that doesn’t mean anything. I am much, much younger than her and I still wouldn’t have won gold even if no one was competing against me. As soon as they shot that starter gun, or whatever you call it, I’d run for a few steps, get tired, stop, sit down, pull out some snacks and my phone, and sit there. I’d sit there until a year went by and a new competitor entered and beat me. But still, they should probably drug test Man Kaur because 74 seconds is damn fast. And yes, taking Centrum Silver daily counts as doping.

Here’s the video of my new favorite track star champion in action.

Man Kaur is set to compete in the javelin throw on Thursday. She told CNN that she has no plans to retire:

“I will run as long as Guru’s grace is with me. Although I am in such a state of health and I have improved my performance in these games, I will definitely perform better if there is some medical help.”

I already loved Man Kaur, but now I really love her after finding out that we share the same life motto: I will definitely perform better if there is some medical help.

Man Kaur should celebrate her wins with some strawberry hard candy and then up her training. Because today, the World Masters Games. Tomorrow, the Olympics! Kiss that second 100m gold medal goodbye, Elaine Thompson.

Pic: Getty

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