Watch: 105-year-old woman sets 100 mm record, wins gold; here's her diet

Age is just a number

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 06:36 PM IST
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Age is just a number. A 105-year-old lady named Rambai from Haryana has set a new record by being the oldest one to win gold by sprinting in a 100m race in 45.40 seconds at the National Open Masters Athletics Championships in Vadodara, Gujarat.

Take a look at the video right here:

When asked about the secret of her victory she told Hindustan Times, "I eat churma, dahi and doodh."

The woman had taken part in the above-100 category. She had to run alone because of the lack of participants in her age bracket. Her video has become viral on social media.

"A pure vegetarian, nani is particular about having about 250 grams of ghee daily and 500gm of curd. She also drinks 500ml of pure milk twice a day. She likes bajre ki roti and doesn't eat much rice", revealed Sharmila Sangwan, Rambai's granddaughter further told to the same publication.

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