“I needed to shave off a couple of more seconds as I got 36 seconds while preparing,” Miyazaki, wearing a splendid red T-shirt and running shorts, said in the wake of finishing his warmth with a period of 42.22 on Wednesday (nearby time).
His own record of 34.10, chalked up when he was 103, stays unbeaten for centenarian.
Born on September 22, 1910, Miyazaki was at that point eight when World War One ended and 34 when Japan was vanquished in World War Two. He didn’t begin running until he was in his 90s, since a large number of the companions with whom he had played the Japanese tabletop game” “Go” had passed away, as indicated by Guinness World Records.
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