Watch: 101-year-old Indian woman wins 100 meter dash at World Masters Games

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Tuesday April 25th, 2017

Man Kaur is 101 years old, and now she is a world champion.

Despite being the only athlete competing in the 100+ age category, Kaur stole the show at the World Masters Games in New Zealand.

Kaur, who only started running at 96, won the 100 meter dash in 74 seconds.

Olympic legend Sergey Bubka presented Kaur with her gold medal after the race.

The best part is that she's not done yet and plans to compete in the 200 meter dash, javelin and shot put. 

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