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Friday, 29 July 2022

'Age is just a number' 105-year-old grandmother sets new record in race, grandmother does this to stay fit

'Age is just a number' 105-year-old grandmother sets new record in race, grandmother does this to stay fit

105 year old grandma won the race: There is a saying that age is just a number and there is no age to fulfill one's dreams. Something similar was witnessed in the National Open Masters Athletics Championship (organized by the Athletics Federation of India). A 105-year-old grandmother, Rambai, is still living her dream even after completing her century and has also set a new record in the 100m.

Great grandmother states that this is a unique experience that I want to run again. Even after seeing 105 Diwali, this great-grandmother flew her dreams and won two gold medals. Won gold in 100m on June 15 and 200m on Sunday. And now he has started meeting to participate in international tournaments. For which she is now thinking of giving an application for a passport. When asked why he didn't start running at a young age, he replied that no one gave me a chance to run.

As soon as she finished the race, Rambai became a star and was busy taking selfies and pictures with other contestants. Rambai's granddaughter Sharmila Sangwan, who competed in Vadodara and won a medal, said, “I took her to Delhi on June 13 before come to Vadodara after the RT-PCR test. We are now returning home. I will place Nani in her village Kada, which is about 150 km from Delhi in Charkhi Dadri distric

Rambai broke Mann Kaur's record

An inspiration to many at this age, Rambai, born on January 1, 1917, ran alone in Vadodara, as there were no competitors above the age of 85 in the race. He finished the 100 meters to the cheers of hundreds of spectators. She rose to fame after winning gold at the age of 100 meters at the World Masters. He set a national record by finishing the race in 45.40 seconds. Earlier this record was held by Mann Kaur who completed the race in 74 seconds.

He made his debut in Varanasi last year

Sharmila spoke that her entire family is into sports. “Not many of an our family members serving in the army have participated in national level competitions besides participating in the masters athletic meets. My grandmother participated in the competition for the first time last November when I took her to Varanasi. Then participated in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala. So far he has won more than a dozen medals.

What does grandma eat to stay so fit?

When Rambai was asked about the secret of her health and success, she replied with a smile, 'I eat churma, curd and milk.' Dadi says, 'He is a pure vegetarian. Nani eats about 250 grams of ghee and 500 grams of curd every day.

He drinks 500 ml of pure milk twice a day. She loves bajra rotli (a flat bread made from millet) and doesn't eat much rice. According to Sharmila, the confidential of her grandmother's success and strength lies in her food pattern and the village environment. He said, 'My grandmother works a lot in the fields. He runs 3-4 km on a typical day. Most of the food she an eats is grown in the village.

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