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The 105-Year-Old ‘Busty Granny’ Breaking Running Records In India: Latest Updates

The Athletics Federation of India’s first National Open Masters Athletics Championships, which were held in Vadodara on Sunday, saw the 105yearold Rambai set a new record in the 100meter event. The grand old lady of Indian sports, who won the 100m on June 15 and the 200m on Sunday in 1 minute, 52.17 seconds each, said, “It’s a terrific feeling and I want to race again.”

Her next goal is to compete in international competitions. She intends to submit a passport application.When asked why she didn’t participate when she was much younger, the Haryana centurion laughed: “The main thing is that. I was prepared to flee, but no one gave me the opportunity, so lekin mere ko koi mauka hi nahi diya.”

Breaking Man Kaur’s Record, Rambai:

Rambai, a motivational runner who was born on January 1st, 1917, ran alone in the Vadodara meet because there were no competitors over the age of 85. She had applied for the Above100 division. She slowed down just before the finish line and limped across the line to the loud screams of hundreds of onlookers, breaking the previous record held by Man Kaur, who rose to fame after winning the 100m gold at World Masters at the age of 101.

Kaur ran the 100 metres in 74 seconds. Rambai emerged as the meet’s celebrity and was busy posing for photos and selfies with other participants. Sharmila Sangwan, a competitor and medalist from Vadodara who is Rambai’s granddaughter, said: “On June 13, I drove her to Delhi and then, following an RTPCR test, to Vadodara. We are currently heading back home. I’ll deliver nani to her hometown of Kadma in the Charkhi Dadri area, which is around 150 kilometres from Delhi.”

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The 105-Year-Old Breaking Running Records In India

Debut In Varanasi Last Year:

Sharmila claimed that her family was a sports loving bunch. “Along with taking part in Masters sporting competitions, a couple of our family members serving in the Army have competed in national level sports. When I took my grandma to Varanasi last November, she entered her first competition. She then took involved in activities in Kerala, Karnataka, and Maharashtra.

She has so far taken home almost a dozen medals. She is an expert.” Sharmila further said “She had only ever run through the fields of Kadma before. Only recently has she started donning tracksuits and running sneakers. She had previously worn regular shoes.”Rambo was asked what her winning mantra was, and she couldn’t help but laugh.

She said, “I eat churma, dahi, and doodh.” “As a strict vegetarian, Nani insists on eating 500g of curd and 250g of ghee daily. Additionally, she consumes 500ml of pure milk twice daily. She prefers millet based bajre ki roti and doesn’t consume a lot of rice “explained Sharmila.

Sharmila claims that her grandmother’s healthy food and the absence of pollution in the area are the keys to her prosperity and vigour. “Frequently found in the fields is my nani. She runs 34 km on an average day. She eats a lot of food that is grown in the village “She spoke.

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