95 Year-Old Runner Sets New World Record, Proves Age Is Just A Number
March 13, 2015
95 year-old Charles Eugster set a new world indoor record for 200 meters (95 years and older) at a British Masters Athletics meet in London. His new record of 55.48" knocked a massive 2.4" off the previous record.
"Successful aging requires work, diet and exercise," Eugster says. "The huge mental and physical potential of the aged remains unexplored. Bodies can now be rebuilt at any age and a new life started."
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