103-year-old sprinter calls out Usain Bolt, wants head-to-head race

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014

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The world's fastest centenarian,103-year old Hidekichi Miyazaki, has challenged the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, to a head to head 100m race.

Miyazaki gained the nickname "Golden Bolt" after his record-setting 29.83 run in the 100m sprint and told Canada's CTV News that the secret to keeping his five-foot, 92-pound frame in peak condition is a daily dose of his daughter's tangerine jam.

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The world-record holder also has an odd caveat for his dream race against Bolt; he wants it to take place five years from now. Maybe he feels like 103 years has not been enough time to prepare.


Brendan Maloy

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