Monday, June 20, 2005

Congratulations to a 95-Year Old Badass

From SI.Com:
TOKYO (AP) -- A 95-year-old Japanese man who took up track only three decades ago has run the 100 meters in 22.04-seconds, a record for his age bracket, according to media reports.

95 years old. That pace works out to a 5:52 mile, in case you're wondering. Dude's 95 and he can run sub 6:00 mile pace for a hundred meters. There are plenty of thirty-year olds that can't run 6:00 mile pace for a hundred meters.

Here's a link:

It's worth clicking on the link just to see a picture of the guy. His legs are absolutely ripped.

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