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Hidekichi Miyazaki is the fastest 105-year-old in the world, and he proved it at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition in Japan yesterday, the Washington Post reports. Once again, Miyazaki broke the Guinness World Record for world’s oldest sprinter after completing the 100-meter course in 42.22 seconds.

Look at him, busting down the line! Good stuff.

“Today my target was 35 seconds,” he told Guinness. “I shed tears of disappointment because I was not in good condition. I am not satisfied with today’s time. But I am satisfied that I could cross the finish line.”

105-year-old Japanese man sprints his way into the record books, your heart

Hidekichi Miyazaki is the fastest 105-year-old in the world, and he proved it at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition in Japan yesterday, the Washington Post reports. Once again, Miyazaki broke the Guinness World Record for world’s oldest sprinter after completing the 100-meter course in 42.22 seconds.

Look at him, busting down the line! Good stuff.

“Today my target was 35 seconds,” he told Guinness. “I shed tears of disappointment because I was not in good condition. I am not satisfied with today’s time. But I am satisfied that I could cross the finish line.”

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