- Hidekichi Miyazaki’s age is 105 Years and he’s from Japan.
- He has set a world record for 100-meter sprint in 42.22 seconds as the world’s oldest competitive sprinter.
- You will be surprised to know he’s not happy as he’s not satisfied with his performance because he could not complete it in less time than his personal best (34.10 seconds).
- “I wanted to shave off a few more seconds as I got 36 seconds while training” – He said as reported in Media.
- He was born on 22nd September 1910. He did not start running until he was in his 90s, since many of the friends with whom he had played the Japanese board game “Go” had passed away, according to Guinness World Records as reported in Media.
- “I slept very well last night,” he told CNN. To maintain his health he do exercise daily, eat his food on time & properly and remains positive. Even his doctors are surprised with his positive attitude towards life and health.
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